Report 90-20: Planning for a New Faculty: Issues for the Twenty-First Century. California's Projected Supply of New Graduate Students in Light of Its Need for New Faculty Members
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionSeptember 1990View Full Publication
This report focuses on issues relating to replenishing California's college faculty as well as increasing the number of faculty as a result of increased enrollment. The report has a three-fold aim:
- To Provide a general overview of work that has already been conducted on this issue nationally, and in California;
- To highlight several potential policy interventions and broad policy issues that should be incorporated into ongoing State-level discussions of recruitment of the next generation of faculty, as well as expansion in graduate education; and
- To suggest a framework to guide State-level policy makers and educators in continuing discussions on this topic.
Related Topics: Enrollment Demand and Capacity Analysis | Faculty Salaries, Executive Compensation, Faculty and Staff Issues
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