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Acknowledgments
 
Introduction
 
Points of Comparison
 
Posing the Questions
 
From Principles to Action
 
Reaffirming the Role of Public Policy
 
Appendix One:
The Importance of Mission Differentiation
 
Appendix Two:
Achieving the Public Agenda for Higher Education:
    The Role
    of the
    State Board
 
Appendix Three:
The Role of the Federal Government
 
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Purposes, Policies, Performance

 

Higher Education and the Fulfillment
of a State's Public Agenda

 

 

February 2003

 

The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education


This essay is drawn from discussions among higher education leaders and policy officials at a roundtable convened in June 2002 at New Jersey City University as part of a research effort undertaken by the Alliance for International Higher Education Policy Studies (AIHEPS).


National Center Report #03-1

©2003 by The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education.


Contents


Acknowledgments

Introduction
Points of Comparison
Posing the Questions
From Principles to Action
Reaffirming the Role of Public Policy

Appendix One: The Importance of Mission Differentiation
Appendix Two: Achieving the Public Agenda for Higher Education:
The Role of the State Board
Appendix Three: The Role of the Federal Government

About The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
 

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