Carnegie's Report On Higher Education

Van Dyne, Larry
October 1973
New Republic;10/20/73, Vol. 169 Issue 16, p10
Reports on the result of the study of the Carnegie Commission in Higher Education over internal policies of colleges and universities in the U.S. Emergence of financial depression and a halt in university enrollment; Development of student markets simultaneous with cost-cutting among universities; Decline of academic standards; Information that the post-World War II golden age for higher education, when research money was easy and enrollments were zooming, has come to an abrupt halt.


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