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Politics and the University: Views From the Campuses

By The Chronicle of Higher Education

It’s no secret that public colleges are struggling with huge fiscal problems. Nor that they are facing new political pressures as legislatures and governors in Florida, Ohio, Texas, and elsewhere become more interested in issues like faculty productivity, assessment, accountability, and bottom-line budgeting. With the new academic year about to begin, The Chronicle asked several key people on campuses what they think will happen as these two trends collide. Are times different than in the past? Are there lessons from history?

Continued at: http://chronicle.com/article/Politicsthe-University-/128805/

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