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The chronicle of higher education

The chronicle of higher education

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Published by Chronicle of Higher Education in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Periodicals,
  • College teachers -- Vocational guidance -- Periodicals. ,
  • Job vacancies -- Directories,
  • Universities -- Periodicals

  • About the Edition

    Features the complete contents of the latest issue; daily news and advice columns; thousands of current job listings; articles published since September 1989; vibrant discussion forums; and career-building tools such as online CV management, salary databases, and more.

    Edition Notes

    GenrePeriodicals., Periodicals.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA227.4
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22486291M
    LC Control Number2002565356
    OCLC/WorldCa44284442

    Provides global higher education coverage. Find world university rankings, news, opinions, features and book reviews. Find faculty salary information at Georgia colleges and universities. Brought to you by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

    02/15/ Chronicle of Higher Education Article from the Chronicle of Higher Education sites book Curry prof. Josipa Roksa contributed to in discussion on improving higher ed. You Will Be Assessed and Found Mediocre Bureaucracies must grow to keep themselves alive, and 'administrative bloat' is sometimes spoken of as a virtue, a make-work project for the academically.   Nonetheless, Lyle’s effort to increase access to higher education resources in prison is rooted in a deep lineage of incarcerated people asserting their right to public education and fair.

    February The Chronicle of Higher Education Marion Lloyd In , the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro made history by passing the first affirmative action law for its state : Marion Lloyd. The Chronicle of Higher Education Septem SECTION: RESEARCH & PUBLISHING; Pg. A26,HOT TYPE LENGTH: words HEADLINE: Book on Yellow Journalism Doubts Existence of Infamous Telegram It's a tale familiar to history buffs, media critics, and fans of Citizen Kane.


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Opinion & Ideas:: Books. Our flagship daily newsletter. It’s free to receive, and features the best of our journalism: breaking news, expert analysis, opinion, and advice. ChronicleVitae connects career-minded faculty and administrators with the best jobs in higher education.

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A year decline in state funding for public higher education institutions -- where 65 percent of all four-year college students are educated -- is one of several factors contributing to what some experts describe as an American crisis.

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The Chronicle, based in Washington, D.C., is a major news service in United States academic : Broadsheet. The Chronicle of Higher Education gets the story on J. Bailey - aka 'Dr. Sex'. [see also letter to the editor, August 1, ]"Mr. Bailey's work on transsexuals, unlike his scientific research on gay men, is anecdotal, and his book doesn't cite any figures to back up his claims.

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Recruiters find the most informed candidates in higher ed here. The Chronicle of Higher Education, independent weekly newspaper devoted to national issues affecting higher published inthe Washington, D.C.-based newspaper quickly became an authoritative source of in-depth news coverage for college administrators, faculty, students, and alumni.

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Rethink models for key services and build partnerships to expand opportunities for students and local communities. Today a college performs many of the functions of a local municipality, like planning, housing, transportation, public safety, and health care.

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VERITAS ODIT MORAS. SinceArts & Letters Daily has linked to more t articles, book reviews and essays. "[American Higher Education in Crisis?] will probably be most useful for anyone starting cold and looking to get a handle on higher education issues. It is a must-read for any worried parents of high school upperclassmen, interns, and new-to-the-beat journalists, but readers of any knowledge level will inevitably learn something."Cited by: Find faculty salary information at Mississippi colleges and universities.

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