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Ikenberry, Stanley O.; Hartle, Terry W. – 2000
The end of a decade and the start of a new century provide an opportunity to review how higher education has changed and to assess the implications of these developments for the future. This report focuses on six higher education developments from the recent past: (1) the link between postsecondary education and individual well-being grows…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Educational Change, Futures (of Society), Higher Education
Hartle, Terry W. – 1975
The report identifies key administrative issues at the Federal/State/local level which need to be addressed before new Federal career education legislation can be Proposed. The paper is divided into two parts: (1) issues on the Federal level that will be important to policymakers, administrators, and educators; and (2) important issues that must…
Descriptors: Career Education, Cooperative Programs, Coordination, Educational Legislation
Berke, Joel S.; Hartle, Terry W.
The report attempts to analyze the political feasibility of career education currently through analysis of existing legislation and consultation with experts and key policy officials. The most significant Federal legislation for career education has been Title X of the Education Amendments of 1972 providing State grants for the development of…
Descriptors: Career Education, Educational Legislation, Educational Objectives, Educational Planning
Berke, Joel S.; Hartle, Terry W. – 1975
The paper examines major sources of legislative authorization for career education and raises some policy issues arising from that legislation. Selected examples of career education legislation include: (1) Vocational Education Act of 1963 (Research and Training in Vocational Education, Exemplary Programs and Projects, Cooperative Vocational…
Descriptors: Career Education, Educational Legislation, Educational Policy, Federal Legislation
Hartle, Terry W. – Trusteeship, 1996
The public is concerned about rising tuition, yet high-profile news stories tell only part of this complex story. Although governing boards and presidents must pursue strategies to keep their institutions affordable, they must also inform their constituents of those strategies and explain better the actual, rather than perceived, cost of attending…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Comparative Analysis, Economic Change, Educational Economics
Hartle, Terry W. – Trusteeship, 1996
A July 1996 public opinion poll shows that Americans, particularly those likely to have children reaching college age, sharply overestimate the cost of a college education. As a result, some may not explore financing possibilities further. College officials must be more direct with the public about the economic realities of higher education. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Educational Economics, Higher Education, Information Dissemination
Hartle, Terry W.; Galloway, Fred J. – Trusteeship, 1995
Congress is considering major changes in federal student aid programs that, if approved, would result in the largest increase in the cost of college in the nation's history. Colleges and universities must now consider how reduced federal student aid would affect their enrollment, and make federal policymakers understand the potential impact of…
Descriptors: Costs, Economic Change, Federal Programs, Higher Education
Hartle, Terry W. – Trusteeship, 1994
College trustees should be aware of the latest round of federal regulations because they threaten to impose unprecedented government control on colleges and universities. Some regulations signal an expansion of the federal role into a broader effort to improve and monitor quality in higher education. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: College Administration, Educational Change, Educational Quality, Federal Regulation
Honey, John C.; Hartle, Terry W. – 1975
The examination of administrative and political issues in career education entitlement (voucher) plans opens with a discussion of various rationales and models for entitlement programs. A discussion of existing and proposed entitlement schemes covers the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program (BEOG), the educational benefits provided under…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Career Education, Educational Administration, Educational Finance
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Hartle, Terry W. – Journal of Dental Education, 1998
A discussion of the current cost and financing of higher education looks at how higher education has been treated in federal policy in recent years, its status in public policy in the near future, including some salient uncertainties, and college cost and student debt. Emphasis is given to trends in the cost of professional education. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Students, Costs, Educational Economics, Educational Finance
Hartle, Terry W. – Presidency, 1998
An American Council on Education study reveals a substantial gap between what the public knows about higher education costs and financial aid and what Americans need to know to make sensible decisions and set sound public policy. This lack of knowledge creates anxiety, corrodes perceptions of higher education, leads to poor educational choices,…
Descriptors: College Administration, Educational Policy, Higher Education, Information Needs
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Hartle, Terry W. – Educational Record, 1996
This article examines major issues in the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act noting key features of the last (1992) reauthorization and current issues such as the rising cost of college, college outcomes assessment, eligibility of students in remedial courses for federal student financial aid, accreditation, and the future of the student…
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), College Outcomes Assessment, Educational Legislation, Educational Policy