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1 Higher Education Financing and Public Policy 1 (1976)

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JUNE 1976
HIGHER EDUCATION FINANCING AND PUBLIC POLICY
The following references cover a selection of important items on the
subject published over the past decade, with emphasis on items published since
1970.
Special studies made by state agencies on state financing of higher
education are not included.
United States government publications appear in several categories.
The references are arranged as follows:
I. Miscellaneous
II. Federal Aid
III. State and Local Aid
IV. Student Aid
V. Annual and Other Periodical Publications
VI. Education Investment Returns
I. Miscellaneous
Carlson, Daryl E. A Framework for Analyzing Postsecondary Education Financing
Policies: Staff Report (U.S. National Commission on the Financing of
Postsecondary Education). Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office,
1974. 245 pp.
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. Higher Education: Who Pays? Who
Benefits? Who Should Pay? New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973.
190 pp.
The problems of costs and benefits and the sharing of the cost
burden.
------- The More Effective Use of Resources. An Imperative for Higher Education
(A Report and Recommendations). New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1972.
201 pp.
A program setting forth the aggregate savings for institutions and
for society which are reasonably possible.
Coleman, Kathleen L., comp. Education: A Guide to Basic Reference Sources.
San Diego: Education Resources Center, Malcolm A. Love Library, San Diego
State University, 1975. 44 pp.
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