June 1966
Journal of Higher Education;Jun1966, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p306
Academic Journal
This article reports on the working conditions and compensations of college and university administrations. The study has been undertaken by the Association of American Colleges and the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Some of the topics include salary, retirement, hospitalization, insurance, sick leave, sabbaticals, leaves of absence, business travel and entertainment, office facilities, and housing. The study aims to help improve policies of educational management. Some administrative posts are also reexamined in detail.


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