The states and public higher education policy : affordability, access, and accountability
Source:Johns Hopkins University Press, Volume 2nd, Baltimore, MD, p.269 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB2342 .S765 2011
Keywords:College costs--United States, Education and state--United States, Educational accountability--United States, State universities and colleges--United States--Admission, State universities and colleges--United States--Finance
Contents: Trends in the affordability public colleges and universities: the contradiction of increasing prices and increasing enrollment / Donald E. Heller -- The continuing paradox of public college tuition inflation / Michael Mumper and Melissa L. Freeman -- Reforming how states finance higher education / Arthur M. Hauptman -- Reframing access and opportunity: public policy dimensions / Patrick M. Callan -- Race-conscious decisionmaking in a state-driven admissions process: Texas, the University of Texas at Austin, and the top ten percent plan / Catherine L. Horn and Stella M. Flores -- After Proposition 209: post-affirmative action college access policy in California / Patricia Marin and John T. Yun -- Assessing student learning outcomes in college: the role of the states / Peter T. Ewell -- Accountability policies: directions old and new / William Zumeta and Alicia Kinne -- Responses to the call for public accountability: using student data systems to facilitate improvement in degree attainment / Edward P. St. John -- Conclusion: state policy and technology: aims, realities, and the uncertain future / Katrina A. Meyer.