New Directions in Higher Education
Nova Publishers, 2005 - 261 páginas
Higher education is a complex package of issues which never seems to leave the limelight. The primary wedge issues are tuition cost, access, accountability, financial aid, government funding, sports and their place within higher education, academic results, societal gains as a whole in terms of international competition, and continuing education. This new book examines new directions in this ever-changing, vital and controversial field which has a profound effect on society.
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