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Twentieth-century higher education : elite to mass to universal

Author: Martin A Trow; Michael Burrage
Publisher: Baltimore [Md.] : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.
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Distinguished by their sharp insights, eloquence, even humor, the writings of Martin Trow on the development of higher education have helped define the field. This book collects his most influential  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin A Trow; Michael Burrage
ISBN: 9780801894411 0801894417 9780801894428 0801894425
OCLC Number: 435711278
Description: vi, 627 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The second transformation of American secondary education / introduced by Oliver Fulton --
Problems in the transition from elite to mass higher education / introduced by Ulrich Teichler --
Elite higher education : an endangered species? / introduced by John Aubrey Douglass --
Federalism in American higher education / introduced by Guy Neave --
Class, race, and higher education in America / introduced by Nathan Glazer --
Academic standards and mass higher education / introduced by Gareth Parry --
Managerialism and the academic profession : the case of England / introduced by A.H. Halsey --
The campus as a context for learning : notes on education and architecture / introduced by Sim van der Ryn --
The American academic department as a context for learning / introduced by Michael Burrage --
Guests without hosts : notes on the Institute for Advanced Study / introduced by Neil J. Smelser --
New directions for the center for studies in higher education : the 1997-78 annual report / introduced by Roger L. Geiger --
Leadership and organization : the case of biology at Berkeley / introduced by Grant Harman --
Comparative reflections on leadership in higher education / introduced by David Pierpont Gardner --
Governance in the University of California : the transformation of politics into administration / introduced by Jack Schuster --
California after racial preferences / introduced by Jerry Lubenow --
From mass higher education to universal access : the American advantage / introduced by Gary W. Matkin --
Reflections on the transition from elite to mass to universal access : forms and phases of higher education in modern societies since World War II / introduced by John Brennan.
Responsibility: Martin Trow ; edited by Michael Burrage.

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Highly instructive. -- Darko Strajn International Review of Education

 
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