The Future of Higher Education — A Conference Report

Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 1998 (111):3-14 (1998)
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The old political exigencies which justified the expansion of government budgets for higher education (the space race, the Cold War, the growth of state bureaucracies) have now given way to demands for reductions in government spending, even for weapons. Though the decline in government support for higher education has been partially made up by parents of undergraduates for the last decade, college tuition increases are approaching their limits. On the one hand, colleges and universities confront reduced budgets and cuts in faculty and programs. On the other hand, the general public, including students and parents who pay rising tuitions, feel…



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