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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Incorporated
"Lacking normal measures of efficiency or production, universities' costs tend to spiral higher - with future escalation a given. Without reform, America's universities are coasting. Assuring future generation of a quality education is the collective responsibility and the duty of the citizenry. Based on an inside-out view of universities, this book provides the ammunition for such a campaign. It provides the information and stimulus for reform for legislators, community leaders, academics, and average citizens."--BOOK JACKET.Leontiades, Milton is the author of 'Pruning the Ivy The Overdue Reformation of Higher Education', published 2007 under ISBN 9781593117412 and ISBN 1593117418.
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