Introduction
 
Executive Summary
 
The Early 1990's
 
Current Recovery
 
What Lies Ahead?
 
Proposed Solutions
 
Findings from Interviews
 
Concluding Thoughts
 
Endnotes
 
Appendix
 
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About the National Center

The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education was established in 1998 to promote the public interest regarding opportunity, affordability and quality in American higher education. As an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, the Center provides action-oriented analyses of state and federal policies affecting education beyond high school. The Center receives financial support from a consortium of national philanthropic organizations, and it is not affiliated with any institution of higher education or with any government agency.

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