Achieving Accountability in Higher Education: Balancing Public, Academic, and Market Demands

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Joseph C. Burke
Wiley, 2005 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
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With contributions from leading experts in the field, this comprehensive and timely book presents the principles and guidelines for effective accountability for states, colleges, and universities. Achieving Accountability in Higher Education clarifies the concept of accountability for both public and private colleges and universities and explores its reaches and limits.  The book examines the most recent developments, offers current models for each of the major approaches to accountability, and analyzes their shortcomings.

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The Many Faces of Accountability
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State
25
Accountability and Governance
55
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Joseph C. Burke—professor, administrator, and researcheris director of  the Public Higher Education Program and senior fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government. 

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