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Recessions Past and Present
Higher education struggles with state cuts, rising tuitions and a climate of uncertainty (March 2009)
By DavidW. Breneman
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AnAssessment of Academic Freedom
How anti-terrorismmeasures have impacted the higher education community (September 2007)
By Robert M. O’Neil
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An Interview: Derek Bok
Former president of Harvard University discusses the commercialization of higher education (summer 2003)
Interviewed by KathyWitkowsky
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Killing Academic FreedomSoftly
The muzzling of professors who do not enjoy the luxury of tenure (fall 2005)
By David L. Kirp
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An Interview: John Sperling
Founder of the University of Phoenix discusses the field of for-profit higher education (fall 1998)
Interviewed by Carl Irving
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The Online Learning Boom
Tailoring college to the needs of working adults (spring 2003)
By Gene I. Maeroff
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College Presidents, or CEOs?
Presidential pay is escalating at a time when institutions are cutting budgets (summer 2004)
By Robert Atwell
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The Dark Side of Merit Aid
Funding for merit programs has greatly expanded, often at the expense of need-based financial aid (winter 2001)
By Donald E. Heller
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Changing the Subject
Costs, graduation rates and the importance of rethinking the undergraduate curriculum (May 2010)
By Robert Zemsky and Joni Finney
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TheWest Virginia Experience
Creating a sustainable public agenda for higher education (May 2011)
By Brian Noland
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ApplicationMadness
For many parents, the college admissions process leads to panic (spring 2004)
By Anne C. Roark
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Update: The College of Her Choice (August 2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312
Enduring Values, Changing Concerns
Increasing necessity and declining availability of higher education creates a challenge for many Americans (October 2010)
By John Immerwahr
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Making theMiddle Class
Don’t let the recession fool you—postsecondary education is more valuable than ever (December 2010)
By Anthony P. Carnevale andMichelle Melton
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Index
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