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Introduction
 
1. Stability in Values
 
2. Growing Concerns
about Access
 
3. Attitudes about Social Class and Access
 
4. Older People Seeking Retraining
 
5. The Responsibility of Students
 
6. Necessary for Success
 
7. Holding the Line on Price Increases
 
Conclusion: Growing Importance of Higher Education
 
Appendix
 
About the Author
 
About Public Agenda
 
About the National
Center for
Public Policy and
Higher Education
 
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Public Attitudes on Higher Education

 

A Trend Analysis, 1993 to 2003

 

By John Immerwahr

Senior Research Fellow

Public Agenda

 

February 2004

 

Prepared by Public Agenda
for
The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education


National Center Report #04-2

©2004 by The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, and Public Agenda.
Material may be duplicated with full attribution.


Contents


Introduction
1. Stability in Values
2. Growing Concerns about Access
3. Attitudes about Social Class and Access
4. Older People Seeking Retraining
5. The Responsibility of Students
6. Necessary for Success
7. Holding the Line on Price Increases
Conclusion: Growing Importance of Higher Education

Appendix
About the Author
About Public Agenda
About the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education

 

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