Voters Support For and Perceptions of Higher Education in California . Dr. Stephen J. Stambough , Chair Division of Politics, Administration, & Justice. Presented to The California State University, Fullerton President’s Symposium:. Appraising the Future, Understanding Costs:
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Dr. Stephen J. Stambough, Chair
Division of Politics, Administration, & Justice
Appraising the Future, Understanding Costs:
Envisioning the New Normal in Higher Education
February 22, 2012
At the Keynote Address of a Teaching and Learning Conference in Washington, D.C. the APSA President referenced and interpreted President Obama’s recent comments about Higher Education as being similar to a public utility.
For the sake of the economy and democracy, it is important for people to get degrees.
Exploring Higher Education in CA at the intersection of economics and democracy is the focus of this talk in two ways.
Questions facing Higher Education in California by focusing on citizens opinions about its importance and role in our society.