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Document Number: 10738

Restructuring State Roles in Higher Education: A Case Study of the 1994 New Jersey Higher Education Act PDF - "Oldie but goodie." In 1994 New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman proposed replacing the Board of Higher Education with new state-level roles and the subsequent restructuring of roles and responsibilities are described. Though Whitman's move caused a stir, little of the restructuring could be picked up and put down in other states because of New Jersey's uniqueness in higher education: a late commitment to public higher education, a reliance on private institutions and student financial aid, the emergence of county colleges. (Aims C. McGuinness Jr., ECS, 1995)...
Author: Aims C. McGuinness Jr.
Publisher: ECS

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