The History of Higher Education
Pearson Custom Pub., 1997 - Education - 798 pages
The History of Higher Educationcombines classic readings with the most recent research on the history of American colleges and universities. This book covers five historical periods in the evolution of higher education from the time of the American colonies to the 1970s. The goal of this informative reader is to build a working historical knowledge base of the opportunities and problems confronting American higher education.
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Review: Ashe Reader on the History of Higher EducationUser Review - Goodreads
This giant volume is a collection of articles relating to the history of American higher education, ranging from medieval European influences, all the way up to the monumental changes of the last half ...
Review: The History of Higher EducationUser Review - Oliver L. - Goodreads
An excellent collection of essays by historians of higher education. Most of the essays are short, accessible versions of much longer books or reprints of articles that ran in prominent journals, which means that this is a source I'll be revisiting for years to come. Read full review
The Shaping of American Higher Education: Emergence and Growth of the ...
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