If It's So Important, Why Won't They Pay For It?: Public Higher Education at the Turn of the Century

Authors

  • Marilyn Kleinberg Neimark

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-051-05-1999-09_3

Keywords:

Education, Political Economy

Abstract

Contemporary discourse on education appears to be contradictory. On the one hand, in rhetoric that has become familiar to the point of cliche, we are told that higher education is the key to the nation's (and the individual's) success in what The Economist calls today's "highskillshighwageeconomy.

Published

1999-10-03

Issue

Section

Articles