A Study of Faculty Demand and Supply in California Higher Education, 1957-1970
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1956 Total Number Academic Appointees appointment Number assistant professor Bio-Bibliographical Service California college CALIFORNIA FACULTY California institutions California junior colleges cent entering higher cent Number college and university college enrollments college faculty college teachers Column Department of Education doctor's and master's doctor's degrees doctoral programs doctorates conferred doctorates held education in California enter higher education estimated expansion faculty members FULL-TIME CALIFORNIA full-time faculty full-time-equivalent staff graduate degrees held by appointees Highest degree held Home Economics i-H i-H In-state included increase Institutions Doctorates instructor Joint Staff master's degree holders National Education Association number of doctorates Number Per cent out-of-state percentage Personnel Office records pointees private colleges private institutions Psychology Romance Languages rank recruitment segment of higher shown in Table staff needed subject fields Supply and Demand Table 31 three-year period tion total doctorates total full-time true supply University of Calif University of California