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A Private University Looks at Government Regulation

Author: Dallin H Oaks
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Publication:Journal of College and University Law, 4, 1, 1-12, F 76
Database:ERIC The ERIC database is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education.
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Increases in the past 20 years in federal financing and federal controls are reviewed. It is suggested that the present troubles in higher education are traceable to the fact that other goals have slipped ahead of educational goals in the priorities of management. Social justice and equal opportunity have replaced learning as goals. (LBH)
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All Authors / Contributors: Dallin H Oaks
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Increases in the past 20 years in federal financing and federal controls are reviewed. It is suggested that the present troubles in higher education are traceable to the fact that other goals have slipped ahead of educational goals in the priorities of management. Social justice and equal opportunity have replaced learning as goals. (LBH)

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