NotesFAQContact Us
Collection
Advanced
Search Tips
Showing all 4 results Save | Export
Richardson, Richard C., Jr.; Skinner, Elizabeth Fisk – 1990
This book presents a comprehensive model of how institutions adapt to improve the environments they provide African American, Hispanic, and American Indian students without relinquishing historical standards. The model is based on the experiences of ten institutions that have graduated higher numbers of minority students as compared to their…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Access to Education, American Indians, Black Students
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Richardson, Richard C., Jr. – Community College Review, 1979
Stresses that shared responsibility between administrators and faculty is necessary to enhance the educational process in the two-year college. Argues that collective bargaining is not a panacea, and that faculty must play a major role in assessing the quality of education. (JG)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Educational Policy
Richardson, Richard C., Jr. – 1985
The decisions that administrators make touch every facet of the institutional experience and fundamentally affect teaching and learning. Research shows, however, that administrators do not always recognize their influence nor their responsibility for the quality of instruction. A study of one urban community college district revealed an unforeseen…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Administrator Responsibility, Administrator Role, Administrators
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Richardson, Richard C., Jr.; Wolverton, Mimi – Journal for Higher Education Management, 1994
Development of the concept of quality within higher education, at both government and institutional levels, is traced, focusing on differences in state and institutional approaches and concerns in the pursuit of quality. Miami-Dade Community College (Florida) illustrates one approach. Relative impact of different approaches on the public interest…
Descriptors: Case Studies, College Administration, Community Colleges, Comparative Analysis