The Chancy Health Of Higher Education

Finn Jr., Chester E.; Hartle, Terry W.
June 1976
New Republic;6/12/76, Vol. 174 Issue 24, p12
Focuses on the state of higher education in the U.S. Comments on lack of funds in many educational institutions; Cessation of the expansion of American higher education; Discussion of the population that goes to college; Differences between the public and private sectors within higher education; Comments on the higher education policy of the government.


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