Public Policy Program
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PPOL 280BS
Higher Education Policy Today: Policy Challenges andProposals
Spring

Higher education is critical to equity, opportunity, economic growth, and democratic and global engagement. What will and should higher education look like in ten years to achieve those objectives? The diversity of students, institutional types,educational goals, and policy sources make this a complicated environment and a rich setting for policy analysis. Topics will include the goals and challenges of contemporary postsecondary education; demographics, access and equity; assessment, accountability and accreditation;affordability, financing and student financial aid; and federal and state
2016-17 One time only.

Course Credit:
1

Instructor(s):
Jamienne Studley

 
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