Higher Education: Resources and Finance

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finance (75), physical facilities (72), organization and administration (62), junior college (61), and faculty (60).15


FOOTNOTES
1
T. L. MacMitchell, "Are Institutions Planning Ahead?" Journal of Higher Education, November, 1955, p. 465.
2
T. R. McConnell, "Diversification of American Higher Education: A Research Program," The Educational Record, October, 1957; cf. L. Wilson, "Analyzing and Evaluating Costs in Higher Education," The Educational Record, April, 1961, esp. pp. 100, 105, for an excellent statement on the need of planning.
3
McConnell, op. cit., p. 7.
4
Ibid., p. 11.
5
Ibid., pp. 14-15 (paraphrased).
6
For last few pages see especially State-supported Higher Education in North Carolina: The Report of the Commission on Higher Education, 1955, pp. 14-15, 31-32, 54-58, 66, 98-99; Texas Commission on Higher Education: . . . Report, 1954, pp. 4-5, 13-17, 24-25; A Study of the Need for State Colleges in the North Bay Area, Joint Staff for the Liaison Committee of the California State Board of Education and the Regents of the University of California, November, 1958, appendix A; A Report of a Survey of the University System in Georgia: Submitted to the Regents . . . , 1949, p. 178; A Report of a Survey of the Needs of California in Higher Education, 1948, pp. 44, 116; American Council on Education, A Call for Action, 1954, pp. 6-9; The Survey of Higher Education in Michigan, pp. 114, 178; L. A. Glenny, Autonomy of Public Colleges, 1959, esp. chaps. 4, 5, 9, 10; E. F. Potthoff, History and Functions of the Bureau of Institutional Research, University of Illinois, May 1, 1960 (mimeographed); Brumbaugh and Sugg Jr., "Recent Developments in State and Regional Planning of Higher Education," The Annals, Higher Education under Stress, September, 1955, pp. 32-40; M. M. Chambers, The Campus and the People, 1960, pp. 46-47.
7
H. J. Heneman, "Planning Comes First; Fund Raising Follows," College and University Business, March, 1958, pp. 23, 24; also see his essay in Dexter M. Keezer (ed.), Financing Higher Education, 1960-70, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1959, pp. 118-139.
8
Tradition and Transition: The President's Report, 1955, University of Pennsylvania, pp. 15-17.
9
General Electric, Higher Education: A 20-Year Look Ahead, 1957, pp. 8-12; Fretwell Jr., and Doran, "Higher Education in New York State Faces the Future," The Educational Record, April, 1958, pp. 163-164.
10
Proposed Cooperative Plan of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest, June, 1958. (Mimeographed.)
11
"Space Utilization Study, Marietta College," Case Book: Education beyond the High School, November, 1957.
12
"Future Development Study, Seattle University," Case Book: Education beyond the High School, December, 1957.
13
cf. Case Institute of Technology, People, Program, Plan: President's Annual Report, 1957.
14
HEW, Ten Year Objectives in Education, Jan. 17, 1961, pp. 7-9; cf. HEW, Financing Higher Education 1960-70, p. 74; and Joint Staff Coordinating Committee, Wisconsin, Wisconsin's High School Graduates, 1960, December, 1960, pp. 1-2.
15
HEW, Advance Planning to Meet Higher Education Needs, Recent State Studies, 1956- 1959, pp. 3-5.

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