Originally published in 1995, Reform and Change in Higher Education is composed of 9 essays originally presented at a symposium, "International Perspectives on the Relationship Between Governments and Universities," and a UNESCO Forum of Experts on Strengthening Capacities for Research in Higher Education. Papers explore how government policy affects universities and how universities influence government. This collection presents case studies of educational reform and change in 10 nations, focusing on the changing role of government involvement in higher education. The book deals comparatively with planned change in systems of higher education initiated by central governments and with the character and dynamics of state-university relationships, both collectively and individually.
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Introduction, Paula L.W. Sabloff and James E. Mauch
1. University-State Relations in Britain: Paradigm of Autonomy, Peter Scott
2. Changing Conceptions of State-University Relationships: The Israeli Case (1950-1990), Yaacov Iram
3. Higher Education Policy Reform in Australia: An Expansive Analysis, John Smyth
4. The Reformulation in Korean Private Higher Education: Changing Relationships between the Government and Private Schools, Namgi Park
5. State Legislatures and Public Universities: Changing Relationships in the U.S., Paula L.W. Sabloff
6. Higher Education in Turmoil: The Impact of Political Changes in East Germany on the Transformation of Higher Education, Helmut de Rudder
7. Equality of Higher Education in Post-Communist Hungary and Poland: Challenges and Prospects, Kassie Freeman
8. Restructuring Higher Education in the Czech and Slovak Republics: An Institutional Perspective, Daniel S. Fogel and James E. Mauch
9. Governmental Reforms in Hungarian Higher Education: Historical Traditions and New Actors, Peter Darvas
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1964 and 2002, draw together research by leading academics in the area of higher education, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volume examines the concepts of learning, teaching, student experience and administration in relation to the higher education through the areas of business, sociology, education reforms, government, educational policy, business and religion, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of higher education in various countries. This set will be of particular interest to students and practitioners of education, politics and sociology.