A comprehensive examination of higher education multi-campus systems and their role in improving state economies and communities. This thought-provoking volume brings together scholars and system leaders to analyze some of the most pressing and complex issues now facing higher education systems and society. Higher Education Systems 3.0 focuses on the remaking of higher education coordination in an era of increased accountability, greater calls for productivity, and intensifying fiscal austerity. System heads have been identifying ways to harness the collective contributions of their various institutions to benefit the students, communities, and other stakeholders that they serve. The contributors explore the recent dynamics of higher education systems, focusing particularly on how systems are now working to improve their effectiveness in educating students and improving our communities, while also identifying new means for operating more efficiently. This enhanced collaboration, or systemness, is the key aspect of version 3.0.The plan, dubbed aFix UC, a proposed that students would repay their college costs at 5% of their income for 20 years ... That is, students would receive grants from the states that they could use to pay for their tuition and fees, which would likelyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Higher Education Systems 3.0|
|Author||:||Jason E. Lane, D. Bruce Johnstone|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 2013-10-01|