Publications Archive

Pat Hutchings, Mary Taylor Huber, Anthony Ciccone
2011

Drawing on the experience with the individuals, campuses, and professional associations associated with the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and the Institutional...

Molly Cooke, David M. Irby, Bridget C. O'Brien
2010

In the centennial year of the Carnegie Foundation's ground-breaking Flexner Report that radically changed medical education, Carnegie has released another call for reform. The authors of Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical School and Residency write that a new vision is needed to drive...

Anthony S. Bryk, Penny Bender Sebring, Elaine Allensworth, Stuart Luppescu, and John Q. Easton
2010

In 1988, the Chicago public school system decentralized, granting parents and communities significant resources and authority to reform their schools in dramatic ways. To track the effects of this bold experiment, the authors of Organizing Schools for Improvement collected a wealth of data on elementary schools...

Patricia Benner, Molly Sutphen, Victoria Leonard and Lisa Day
2009

Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation explores the strengths and weaknesses in nursing education and the external challenges the profession faces. It identifies the most effective practices for teaching nursing and persuasively argues that nursing education must be remade. Indeed, the...

Lloyd Bond
2009

In “Toward Informative Assessment Assessment and a Culture of Evidence,” Bond discusses the data gathered over the course of the SPECC project and reflects on the need for new ways to measure student learning. The report includes an Appendix with tables showing success, retention and persistence data...

Sheri D. Sheppard, Kelly Macatangay, Anne Colby, and William M. Sullivan
2008

Educating Engineers: Designing for the Future of the Field is the third of a series of reports on professional education issued by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Preparation for the Professions Program. Informed by the findings of the Foundation's concurrent studies of...

Rose Asera
2008

In "Change and Sustain/Ability: A Program Director's Reflections on Institutional Learning," Asera looks at how community colleges encounter, respond to, and incorporate ideas about teaching and learning, and the various strategies they employ to sustain productive innovations.

2008

In "Strengthening Pre-collegiate Education in Community Colleges: Project Summary and Recommendations," the authors provide an overview of the purposes, activities, findings, and recommendations from a three-year project involving 11 California community colleges, undertaken as a partnership between The...

Mary Taylor Huber, Survey by Cheryl R. Richardson
2008

In “The Promise of Faculty Inquiry for Teaching and Learning Basic Skills,” Huber discusses how faculty inquiry can inform and support classroom teaching and learning, as well as allow for better designed courses and programs.

2008

“Faculty Inquiry in Action” offers suggestions for starting and supporting faculty inquiry groups on individual campuses.

Andrea Conklin Bueschel
2008

In “Listening to Students About Learning,” Bueschel explores how students can become partners in innovation and inquiry, more engaged in the classroom, and better positioned to succeed when educators listen to their students talk about learning.

2008

Basic Skills for Complex Lives details five principles for creating powerful classrooms and offers a new vision for professional development. Included are recommendations drawn from the work of the 11 community college campuses that participated in SPECC—a three year, multi-site, action research project of...

Toru Iiyoshi and M.S. Vijay Kumar, editors. Foreword by John Seely Brown.
2008

In Opening Up Education, leaders in open education describe successes, challenges and opportunities they have found in a range of open education initiatives. They approach–from both macro and micro perspectives–the central question of how open education tools, resources and knowledge can...

William M. Sullivan, Matthew S. Rosin
2008

In A New Agenda for Higher Education, the authors endorse higher education's utility for enhancing the practical as well as intellectual dimensions of life by developing a third, different conception of educational purpose. Based on the Carnegie Foundation seminar that brought together educators from six...

George Walker, Chris M. Golde, Laura Jones, Andrea Conklin Bueschel, Pat Hutchings
2008

This groundbreaking book explores the current state of doctoral education in the United States and offers a plan for increasing the effectiveness of doctoral education. Programs must grapple with questions of purpose. The authors examine practices and elements of doctoral programs and show how they can be made more...

Anne Colby, Elizabeth Beaumont, Thomas Ehrlich, Josh Corngold
2007

Educating for Democracy reports the results of the Political Engagement Project, a study of educational practices at the college level that prepare students for responsible democratic participation. In this book, coauthors Anne Colby, Elizabeth Beaumont, Thomas Ehrlich, and Josh Corngold show that...

William M. Sullivan, Anne Colby, Judith Welch Wegner, Lloyd Bond, Lee S. Shulman
2007

The Foundation's two-year study of legal education involved a comprehensive look at teaching and learning in American and Canadian law schools today. Intensive field work was conducted at a cross-section of 16 law schools during the 1999-2000 academic year. The study provides an opportunity to rethink "...

Ray Bacchetti (Editor), Thomas Ehrlich (Editor)
2006

The partnerships forged between foundations and educational institutions have long been a distinctive strength of American society and culture, but many are concerned that this relationship has frayed in recent years. Ray Bacchetti and Thomas Ehrlich, editors of this volume, propose a new basis for collaboration...

Chris Golde (Editor), George Walker (Editor)
2006

The development of students as “stewards of the discipline” should be the purpose of doctoral education. A steward is a scholar in the fullest sense of the term—someone who can imaginatively generate new knowledge, critically conserve valuable and useful ideas, and responsibly transform those...

Thomas Hatch
2005

Teachers are the "lone rangers" of education. They are sequestered in their classrooms, unable to see what their colleagues are doing. All too often, good teachers have few, if any, opportunities to share their teaching techniques with others in their profession. Based on the development of the...

Charles R. Foster, Lisa Dahill, Larry Golemon, Barbara Wang Tolentino
2005

Based on extensive literary and field research involving surveys, classroom observations, and interviews with faculty, students, and administrators in Roman Catholic, mainline and evangelical Protestant, and Reform and Conservative Jewish seminaries, Educating Clergy explores the influence of their historic...

By Mary Taylor Huber and Pat Hutchings
2005

This important resource builds on the work of Carnegie’s best-selling books, Scholarship Reconsidered and Scholarship Assessed. The Advancement of Learning explores the premise that the scholarship of teaching and learning holds the key to improving the quality of higher education. ...

Mary Taylor Huber
2005

How can faculty integrate the scholarship of teaching and learning into their academic careers? Balancing Acts addresses this question through the experience of four scholars who have been innovators in their own classrooms, leaders of education initiatives in their institutions and disciplines, and pioneers in the...

Thomas Hatch, Dilruba Ahmed, Ann Lieberman, Deborah Faigenbaum, Melissa Eiler White, and Desiree H. Pointer Mace
2005

Going Public With Our Teaching: An Anthology of Practice is a collection of work produced by teachers nationwide who have made teacher inquiry and research a focus of their work. The volume addresses key problems of practice across grade levels and diverse contexts, and captures how teachers have come to new...

Mary Taylor Huber and Pat Hutchings
2005

Integrative Learning explores the challenges to integrative learning today as well as its longer tradition and rationale within a vision of liberal education. In outlining promising directions for campus work, the authors draw on AAC&U's landmark report, Greater Expectations, as well as the Carnegie Foundation'...

William M. Sullivan
2004

The second edition of Work and Integrity, a substantially revised edition of a book by Carnegie Senior Scholar William M. Sullivan, provides a rich and penetrating way to think about the multifaceted yet interdependent challenges of educating professionals for our time, and draws together themes and findings from...

Lee S. Shulman
2004

What do teachers need to know in order to teach well? How important is the depth and quality of teachers' content knowledge as a critical aspect of their ability to teach? How can teachers best be educated, and how can we assess their accomplishments as teachers? In what ways is the professional preparation of...

Lee S. Shulman
2004

For almost two decades, acclaimed education scholar and current president of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Lee S. Shulman has been bringing uncommon wit, passion, and vision to issues of teaching and learning in higher education.

Teaching as Community Property brings...

Anne Colby, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumont, and Jason Stephens
2003

Educating Citizens reports on how some American colleges and universities are preparing thoughtful, committed, and socially responsible graduates. Many institutions assert these ambitions, but too few act on them. The authors demonstrate the fundamental importance of moral and civic education, describe how...

Mary Taylor Huber and Sherwyn Morreale
2002

In response to an orienting essay raising questions about location of the scholarship of teaching and learning within the disciplines, scholars from ten fields describe the evolution of discourse about teaching and learning in their field; the ways in which their discipline’s style of discourse influences...

Pat Hutchings
2002

Intended as a resource to assist faculty and campuses in thinking carefully about ethical dimensions of the scholarship of teaching and learning, Ethics of Inquiry provides an overview of the issues, sets the context and offers multiple perspectives from which to view these issues...

Alexander C. McCormick
2000

First published in 1973 and subsequently updated in 1976, 1987, 1994, and 2000, the Carnegie Classification uses empirical data on institutional behavior during a specified time frame to identify groups of colleges and universities that share certain traits in common. The 2000 edition classifies 3,941 U.S....

Pat Hutchings
2000

The cases that constitute this volume represent work in progress by faculty selected as Carnegie Scholars with the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL). Each of the eight authors tells the story of her or his efforts at “opening lines” of inquiry into significant issues...

Thomas Ehrlich
2000

Twenty-one essays stress the importance of civic responsibility in higher education and offer ideas and solutions about how to incorporate this responsibility into the curriculum for colleges and universities. The essays in Civic Responsibility and Higher Education provide an overview of the problem, examples of...

Charles Glassick, Mary Taylor Huber, and Gene I. Maeroff
1997

This report follows up the hugely popular Scholarship Reconsidered, which defined four areas of scholarship: scholarship of discovery, scholarship of integration, scholarship of application, and scholarship of teaching. The authors argue that it is essential to have standards applicable to all forms of scholarly...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1997

This selection, chosen by Ernest Boyer during 1995, is drawn from speeches that Boyer delivered over the course of his tenure at the Carnegie Foundation. The subjects range over the whole scope of Boyer's interests, from pre-school through graduate level education, from arts education to challenges posed by...

Paul Boyer
1997

Returns to the tribal colleges examined in the 1989 report entitled Tribal Colleges: Shaping the Future of Native America to see how these institutions, so critical to the survival of the Native American people and their cultures, are progressing. The tribal college movement strives to meet almost...

Ernest L. Boyer and Lee D. Mitgang
1996

This report offers a detailed blueprint for revitalizing architecture education and improving the nation's built environment. Based on two and a half years of study -- including site visits to fifteen schools of architecture — it includes many examples of accredited architecture schools and architecture firms...

Kathryn Stearns
1996

This wide-ranging examination of school reform efforts in England draws upon meetings with teachers, head teachers (principals), parents and students, and interviews with local education authorities, union and association heads. Stearns’ analysis covers many matters that have dominated the school reform debate on...

Ernest L. Boyer
1995

This report offers a new, comprehensive plan for elementary schooling that affirms hope and higher standards for the nation’s young children. The blueprint is built on four key priorities: the school as community, a curriculum with coherence, a climate for learning, and a commitment to character. Boyer's plan...

Ernest L. Boyer, Philip G. Altbach, and Mary Jean Whitelaw
1994

This collection of scholarly essays, based on an international survey of the professoriate, reveals attitudes and opinions on all aspects of academic life. Analysis by research directors from each country provides cultural context and insight into the life and work of professors around the world. June 1994.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1994

A key resource for academe, the Carnegie Classification has been aiding campus officials and researchers since its first publication in 1970. The new listing groups institutions into eleven categories, based largely on their academic missions, and includes more than 450 institutions that did not appear in...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1992

Based on field research, on national surveys of chief state school officers, and on interviews with parents, students, teachers, and administrators, this report examines the effectiveness of three forms of school choice: district-wide, state-wide, and private-school choice and provides guidelines for the successful...

Ernest L. Boyer
1991

Examines the years of child development and informal learning before children enter school. The report includes results of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching National Survey of Kindergarten Teachers, 1991 and offers a series of recommendations for meeting the nation's first education goal....

Judith Block McLaughlin and David Riesman
1991

A close examination of the search process employed by colleges and universities in selecting a new president. Presents case studies that dramatize the process and allow the reader to join a variety of searches. Discusses issues of ethics, secrecy versus public scrutiny, inclusion of faculty and students on search...

Nell P. Eurich
1990

This report offers a survey of the entire spectrum of adult education for the work force in America—from industry and business, to labor unions, the military, and the government. The author explores how new technologies not only teach skills, but also advance our understanding of the learning process. After...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1990

Based on a year-long study of campus life undertaken in cooperation with the American Council on Education, this report suggests six fundamental guiding principles for building community on the contemporary campus. It includes a thoughtful analysis of current problems and challenges and highlights two major surveys...

Ernest L. Boyer
1990

A study of the definition of scholarship in higher education, with a historical overview and statistical data. Proposes that four general areas of endeavor should be viewed as scholarship: discovery, integration of knowledge, teaching, and service. Discusses the trend toward a singular view of scholarship as...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1990

A comprehensive technical report of the findings of the Foundation's 1990 National Survey of Public School Teachers. Includes data on teachers' attitudes, working conditions, involvement in decision-making, and their report card on school reform efforts. November 1990. A technical report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1989

A comprehensive look at tribal colleges and their increasingly significant role in renewing Native American communities, based on the Carnegie Foundation’s two-year study and campus visits. Offers specific recommendations on how the higher education community can support the tribal college movement, with a ten-...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1989

A comprehensive technical report based on the foundation’s survey of more than 5,000 faculty members. Questions include many from previous surveys, providing longitudinal data, as well as new questions about campus community, students, tenure, and retirement. An analysis of the data by Carnegie Foundation president...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1988

Targets the most pressing issues facing American education and provides a blueprint for saving troubled inner-city schools. April 1988.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1988

Reports on a survey of more than 13,500 teachers asked to assess the impact of the school reform movement on a range of educational and professional issues. Includes an analysis, by Ernest L. Boyer, of national reform activities since 1983. May 1988.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1988

A comprehensive technical report summarizing major findings of the Foundation’s 1987 National Survey of Public School Teachers. Includes data on teacher preparation and salaries, class size, working conditions, and involvement in decision-making. December 1988. A technical report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1987

Aired on PBS and The Learning Channel, this documentary explores the undergraduate experience through the eyes of students and professors. Based on Ernest L. Boyer's book, College: The Undergraduate Experience in America, the video examines such issues as: choosing a major, general versus specialized...

Ernest L. Boyer
1987

A policy report based on extensive surveys of students and faculty members, thousands of hours of interviews and observations on representative campuses, and a review of important major evaluations of colleges by education authorities. This frequently cited study examines the undergraduate experience in classrooms...

Charles H. Harrison
1987

A comprehensive report examining both voluntary and compulsory community service programs of high schools in America. A foreword by Ernest L. Boyer sets forth guiding principles for teachers and administrators contemplating the introduction of service units in their schools. February 1987.

Burton R. Clark
1987

An examination of the professoriate in American colleges and universities that draws heavily on systematic site visits and interviews at representative institutions and surveys conducted by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. September 1987. A special report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1987
Vito Perrone, ed.
1985

Vivid descriptions by the experienced educators who visited thirteen American high schools as part of the 1983 Carnegie report, High School. By detailing the testimony and actions of youths and adults in real schools, this report adds the human dimension to notions usually discussed in statistical terms....

Frank Newman
1985

Examines the role of higher education in strengthening the leadership of the United States in an increasingly interdependent world that demands creative responses to new conditions. November 1985.

Nell P. Eurich
1985

An examination of college-equivalent programs offered by corporations in the United States. Includes history, description of curriculum and methods, and information on programs leading to academic degrees. April 1985. A special report.

C. Emily Feistritzer
1985
Gene I. Maeroff
1983

Outlines basic principles that must be followed if collaborative projects are to succeed, and details some fifty examples of school-college partnerships that are improving teaching and learning in schools across the nation. February 1983.

Ernest L. Boyer
1983

A comprehensive report on the American high school, released after thirty months of extensive research, including two thousand hours of observations and interviews in high schools nationwide by a panel of twenty-four observers. Contains recommendations on clarifying goals, a core curriculum, improving transition to...

The Carnegie Foundation
1983

Produced by the Carnegie Foundation in conjunction with The College Board, this video demystifies the process of choosing a college and provides students with concrete information about such issues as preparing for college while in high school, testing, campus visits, orientation, and the freshman year. Included in...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1982

Proposes a new framework to encourage the nation's colleges and universities to govern themselves more effectively. Includes forty-five detailed recommendations aimed at protecting campus integrity while providing for public accountability. October 1982.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1981
David Riesman
1981

On Higher Education, by David Riesman, was a sponsored research report released by the Carnegie Council in 1981.

Ernest L. Boyer and Arthur Levine
1981

These essays, released at the University of Chicago colloquium on general education, provide perspectives on what learning should be common to all people. April 1981.

Ernest L. Boyer and Fred M. Hechinger
1981

Probes issues central to colleges and universities, the changing profile of students, research alliances with government and the private sector, and the civic illiteracy threatening the survival of our democratic institutions. November 1981.

Barbara B. Burn
1980

Written by Barbara B. Burn, Expanding the International Dimension of Higher Education, the Carnegie Council-sponsored research report was published in March 1980.

Margaret S. Gordon
1980

Youth Education and Unemployment Problems: An International Perspective (January 1980), by Margaret S. Gordon with a chapter by Martin Trow, offers a comparative analysis of the causes of youth unemployment in Western industrialized nations and a commentary on each of the seven Council studies on education...

Gosta Rehn and K. Helveg Peterson
1980

Released as a Carnegie Council technical report in 1980, Education and Youth Employment in Sweden and Denmark, by Gosta Rehn and K. Helveg Peterson, is one of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment.

Arthur Levine
1980

The Carnegie Council-sponsored research report When Dreams and Heroes Died: A Portrait of Today’s College Student, authored by Arthur Levine, was released in 1980.

Howard R. Bowen
1980
The Carnegie Council
1980

In January 1980, the Carnegie Council issued its final report, Three Thousand Futures: The Next Twenty Years for Higher Education. The report focuses on some of the concerns for the next twenty years in higher education and possible outcomes.

Verne A. Stadtman
1980

Academic Adaptations: Higher Education Prepares for the 1980s and 1990s, by Verne A. Stadtman, was a Carnegie Council research report issued in 1980.

Charles E. Odegaard
1980

Eleven Area Health Education Centers: The View from the Grass Roots (January 1980) by Charles E. Odegaard, discussed the evolution of federal policies on Area Health Education Centers and providing an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of eleven centers.

Earl F. Cheit and Theodore E. Lobman
1980

Foundations and Higher Education: Grant Making from Golden Years Through Steady State (March 1980), by Earl F. Cheit and Theodore E. Lobman, examines the contributions of private foundations to higher education.

Martin Kramer
1980

The Venture Capital of Higher Education: The Private and Public Sources of Discretionary Funds (May 1980), by Martin Kramer, looks at the impact of private contributions on the development and quality of American higher education, including an explanation of the continuing need for private support.

Alberto Hernandez Medina, Carlos Munoz Izquierdo, and Manzoor Ahmed
1979

Education and Youth Employment in Less Developed Countries: Mexico and South Asia, written by Alberto Hernandez Medina, Carlos Munoz Izquierdo and Manzoor Ahmned, was published as a Carnegie Council technical report in February 1979. The book is one of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global...

Hidetoshi Kato
1979

One of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment, Education and Youth Employment in Japan, by Hidetoshi Kato, was published by the Carnegie Council in February 1979.

Clark Kerr
1979

Observations on the Relations Between Education and Work in the People’s Republic of China: Report of a Study Group, 1978 (February 1979), by Clark Kerr, Chairman, explores the integration of education and work in China and the contemporary relationship between the two.

Klaus von Dohnanyi
1979

Published in March 1979, Education and Youth Employment in the Federal Republic of Germany, by Klaus von Dohnanyi, is one of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment.

Stuart Maclure
1979

One of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment, Education and Youth Employment in Great Britain, by Stuart Maclure, was released as a Carnegie Council technical report in May 1979.

Henri Janne
1979

One of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment, Education and Youth Employment in Belgium, by Henri Janne, was released as a Carnegie Council technical report in May 1979.

Barbara Liberska
1979

One of seven studies designed to provide a contemporary global perspective of education and youth employment, Education and Youth Employment in Poland, by Barbara Liberska, was issued as a Carnegie Council technical report in June 1979.

John T. Grasso and John R. Shea
1979

Vocational Education and Training: Impact on Youth (June 1979), by John T. Grasso and John R. Shea, examined the impact of vocational education on students’ future employment.

The National Academy of Education Task Force on Education and Employment
1979

Education for Employment: Knowledge for Action, by the National Academy of Education Task Force on Education and Employment, was released by the Carnegie Council in March 1979.

The Carnegie Council
1979

A report on ethical conduct in higher education with advice for improving ethical practice, Fair Practices in Higher Education: Rights and Responsibilities of Students and Their Colleges in a period of Intensified Competition for Enrollments, by the Carnegie Council, was published in April 1979.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1979

Giving Youth a Better Chance: Options for Education, Work and Service (November 1979), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, looks at the problems America’s youth faced before entering higher education, focusing on the problems created by a severe labor market and limited resources...

The Carnegie Council
1979

Next Steps for the 1980s in Student Financial Aid: A Fourth Alternative (March 1979), by the Carnegie Council, considers the conditions of student financial aid and suggestions for using resources more efficiently.

Charles E. Odegaard
1979

Area Health Education Center: The Pioneering Years, 1972-1978 (December 1979), by Charles E. Odegaard, discusses the evolution of federal policies on Area Health Education Centers. Later reprinted as part of Eleven Area Health Education Centers. This was a Carnegie Council technical report.

The Carnegie Council
1978

Graduate survey results were presented in Carnegie Council National Surveys, 1975-1976: Graduate Student Marginals (Volume 4), by the Carnegie Council in September 1978.

Chistop von Rothkirch
1978

Field Disaggregated Analysis and Projections of Graduate Enrollment and Higher Degree Production (Technical Report 5), by Christoph von Rothkirch was published in October 1978. The volume looks on the growing threat of unemployment among Ph.D. recipients and the impact of non-aggregated models of higher...

Paul L. Dressel and Mary Magdala Thompson
1978

Released in February 1978, the Carnegie Council's technical report A Degree for College Teacher: The Doctor of Arts, by Paul L. Dressel and Mary Magdala Thompson, explores the creation of a Doctor of Arts degree for those who engage in the communication of knowledge rather than the creation of knowledge.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1978

The undergraduate survey results were published as Carnegie Council National Survey, 1975-1976: Undergraduate Marginals (Volume 3), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education in September 1978.

Arthur Levine
1978

In May 1978, the Carnegie Council released Handbook on Undergraduate Curriculum, a sponsored research report written by Arthur Levine.

Luis Fernandez
1978

Carnegie Council technical report U.S. Faculty After the Boom: Demographic Projections to 2000 (Technical Report 4), by Luis Fernandez, predicts changes in the faculty labor market during the last quarter of the twentieth century. The report was published in October 1978.

Roy Radner and Charlotte V. Kuh
1978

A report on tenure as an economic variable, Market Conditions and Tenure in U.S. Higher Education, 1955-1973 (Technical Report 2), by Roy Radner and Charlotte V. Kuh, was published as a Carnegie Council technical report in July 1978.

Charlotte V. Kuh
1978

Market Conditions and Tenure for Ph.D.’s in U.S. Higher Education: Results from the 1975 Carnegie Faculty Survey and Comparison with results from the 1973 ACE Survey (Technical Report 3), by Charlotte V. Kuh, was released in July 1978. The report discusses the results of the tenure rate estimation model...

Roy Radner and Charlotte V. Kuh
1978

Released in October 1978, Preserving a Lost Generation: Policies to Assure a Steady Flow of Young Scholars Until the Year 2000 (Final Technical Report), authored by Roy Radner and Charlotte V. Kuh, is a report on the factors needed to respond to a slowing or decline in academic growth.

Joseph Hurd
1978

Enrollment and Cost Effect of Financial Aid Plans for Higher Education (Technical Report 1), by Joseph Hurd, was released in June 1978. The report examines the effects of a college degree on students’ future employment.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1978

Carnegie Council National Surveys, 1975-1976: Faculty Marginals (Volume 2), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, published in September 1978, contains faculty survey results.

Joseph Ben-David
1977

Centers of Learning: Britain, France, Germany, United States (May 1977), by Joseph Ben-David, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

The Carnegie Council
1977

The Carnegie Council policy report Faculty Bargaining in Public Higher Education: A Report and Two Essays (May 1977), contains essays by Joseph W. Garbarino, David E. Feller and Matthew W. Finkin on the key issues in faculty collective bargaining; it also contains two essays on state experience and...

Konrad von Moltke and Norbert Schneevoigt
1977

The Carnegie Council-sponsored report on Educational Leaves for Employees: European Experience for American Consideration, authored by Konrad von Moltke and Norbert Schneevoigt, was released in May 1977.

Howard R. Bowen
1977

Investment in Learning: The Individual and Social Value of American Higher Education (November 1977), by Howard R. Bowen, was a Carnegie Council-sponsored research report.

The Carnegie Council
1977

Two reports on how to think about admissions at selective schools and what to know about admissions at selective schools were released as Selective Admissions in Higher Education: Comment and Recommendations and Two Reports (October 1977). The report, issued by the Carnegie Council, includes essays by Winton...

Richard B. Freeman
1977

Black Elite: The New Market for Highly Educated Black Americans (May 1977), by Richard B Freeman, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1977

Federal Reorganization: Education and Scholarship (April 1977), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, was released as a council report on the contemporary administrative reorganization, offering observations about reorganization and ideas to consider while undergoing federal...

The Carnegie Council
1977

A report on the responsibilities of the states toward undergraduate nonprofit private universities and colleges, the Carnegie Council policy report The States and Private Higher Education: Problems and Policies in a New Era was released in December 1977.

Martin Trow
1977

Martin Trow’s book Aspects of American Higher Education, 1969-1975 (January 1977) reports on some of the then-recent changes experienced by higher education, based on data from the 1969 Carnegie Commission and the 1975 Carnegie Council surveys of faculty and students. This work was released as a Carnegie...

The Carnegie Foundation
1977

Published in December 1977 by the Carnegie Council, Mission of the College Curriculum: A Contemporary Review with Suggestions, by the Carnegie Foundation, was a commentary on undergraduate curriculum covering curricular problems and possibilities, the existing curricular situation, suggestions for addressing...

Frederick Rudolph
1977

The Carnegie Council-sponsored research report Curriculum: A History of the American Undergraduate Course of Study Since 1636, by Frederick Rudolph, was released in December 1977.

Allan M. Cartter
1976

Allan M. Cartter’s The Ph.D. and the Academic Labor Market, was released as a Carnegie Commission sponsored study in March 1976.

The Carnegie Council
1976

The Carnegie Council report Progress and Problems in Medical and Dental Education: Federal Support Versus Federal Control (September 1976) studies the legislative issues that emerged following the 1970 Carnegie Commission report medical and dental education, advocating for sustained and consistent federal...

Robert Blackburn, Ellen Armstrong, Clifton Conrad, James Didham, and Thomas McKune
1976

Changing Practices in Undergraduate Education (June 1976), by Robert Blackburn, Ellen Armstrong, Clifton Conrad, James Didham, and Thomas McKune, is a report on the changes to undergraduate curriculum between 1964 and 1974, and the apparent lack of direction in those changes. Changing Practices was issued as...

Lyman A. Glenny, John R. Shea, Janet H. Ruyle, and Kathryn H. Freschi
1976

Presidents Confront Reality: From Edifice Complex to University Without Walls, by Lyman A. Glenny, John R. Shea, Janet H. Ruyle, and Kathryn H. Freschi, was released as a Carnegie Council-sponsored research report in January 1976.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1976

A Classification of Institutions of Higher Education: Revised Edition (December 1976), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, is a revision of the 1973 Carnegie Classification. The Carnegie Classification, as it is now known, is a tool for researchers analyzing institutions of higher...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1976

The States and Higher Education: A Proud Past and a Vital Future, by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, was published as a Carnegie Council policy study in May 1976. The report explores the relationship between the states and higher education over the past 340 years, noting both the...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1976

Statistical data to support the council’s work on The States and Higher Education was released as The States and Higher Education: A Proud Past and A Vital Future, Supplement in June 1976.

Everett Carll Ladd, Jr. and Seymour Martin Lipset
1975

The Divided Academy: Professors and Politics (May 1975), by Everett Carll Ladd, Jr. and Seymour Martin Lipset, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Seymour Martin Lipset and David Riesman
1975

Education and Politics at Harvard (May 1975), by Seymour Martin Lipset and David Riesman, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Michio Nagai
1975

The Carnegie Commission sponsored technical reportAn Owl Before Dusk(October 1975), by Michio Nagai, considers the relationship between higher education and the future, both on a national and an international level.

Earl F. Cheit
1975

The Useful Arts and the Liberal Tradition, by Earl F. Cheit, was released in June 1975, as a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

John Fralick Rockart and Michael S. Scott Morton
1975

Computers and the Learning Process in Higher Education (July 1975), by John Fralick Rockart and Michael S. Scott Morton, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Martin Trow, ed.
1975

The Carnegie Commission sponsored the study Teachers and Students: Aspects of American Higher Education, edited by Martin Trow. The study was published in July 1975.

Joseph W. Garbarino
1975

Faculty Bargaining: Change and Conflict, written by Joseph W. Garbarino in association with Bill Aussieker, was published in June 1975, as a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Eugen C. Lee and Frank M. Bowen
1975

Managing Multicampus Systems: Effective Administration in an Unsteady State (November 1975), by Eugene C. Lee and Frank M. Bowen, was published as a Carnegie Council-sponsored research report.

Roy Radner and Leonard S. Miller
1975

The Carnegie Commission sponsored study Demand and Supply in United States Higher Education, written by Roy Radner and Leonard S. Miller with the collaboration of Douglas L. Adkins and Frederick E. Balderston was published in November 1975.

Leonard S. Miller and Roy Radner
1975

Demand and Supply in United States Higher Education: A Technical Supplement (November 1975), by Leonard S. Miller and Roy Radner, is a data supplement supporting the prior commission report, Demand and Supply in United States Higher Education.

Douglas L. Adkins
1975

Douglas L. Adkins wrote this Carnegie Commission technical report The Great American Degree Machine: An Economic Analysis of the Human Resource Output of Higher Education (November 1975). The report considers the changes in the number of degrees awarded and their distribution.

Florence Howe, ed.
1975

Carnegie Commission sponsored study Women and the Power to Change, edited by Florence Howe, was released in July 1975.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1975

A summary of the more than eighty volumes sponsored by the Carnegie Commission, Sponsored Research of the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education (1975), is the final book of a three-volume overview.

The Carnegie Council
1975

The Carnegie Council policy study Making Affirmative Action Work in Higher Education: An Analysis of Institutional and Federal Policies with Recommendations (August 1975), looks at the institutional plans and practices regarding affirmative action and offers suggestions for improving progress toward...

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1975

Low or No Tuition: The Feasibility of a National Policy for the First Two Years of College (May 1975), by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education analyzed the feasibility of achieving low or no tuition nationally for the first two years of postsecondary education.

The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
1975

The Federal Role in Postsecondary Education: Unfinished Business, 1975-1980, by the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education was released in April 1975. The report deals with the evolution of federal policy and recommendations presented in anticipation of the 1975 revision of the Higher...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1975

The Carnegie Council policy report More Than Survival: Prospects for Higher Education in a Period of Uncertainty (April 1975), authored by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, is a commentary on the decline of the old and rise of a new vision of American higher education.

David D. Henry
1975

The Carnegie Council sponsored report Challenges Past, Challenges Present: An Analysis of American Higher Education Since 1930, authored by David D. Henry, was released in November 1975.

Margaret A. Fay and Jeff A. Weintraub
1974

The Carnegie Commission technical report Political Ideologies of Graduate Students: Crystallization, Consistency, and Contextual Effects (February 1974), authored by Margaret A. Fay and Jeff A. Weintraub, is a report based on the 1969 Carnegie Commission’s Survey of Faculty and Student Opinion exploring the...

Saul D. Feldman
1974

The Carnegie Commission sponsored study Escape From the Doll’s House: Women in Graduate and Professional School Education, written by Saul D. Feldman was published in January 1974.

Edward Gross and Paul V. Grambsch
1974

Changes in University Organization, 1964-1971 (May 1974), by Edward Gross and Paul V. Grambsch, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Margaret S. Gordon
1974

Higher Education and the Labor Market (January 1974), by Margaret S. Gordon was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Richard A. Lester
1974

Antibias Regulation of Universities: Faculty Problems and Their Solutions (July 1974), by Richard A. Lester, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

C. Robert Pace
1974

The Demise of Diversity? A Comparative Profile of Eight Types of Institutions (March 1974), by C. Robert Pace, reports on the movement between conformity and diversity in American higher education based on case studies of eight institutions. Demise of Diversity was published as a Carnegie Commission...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1974

A Digest of Reports of the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education (1974) was a condensed version of twenty-one policy reports issued by the Carnegie Commission with an index to the commission’s recommendations and assignments for responsibility for action. This is the second of a three-volume summary report...

The Carnegie Commission
1974

The Carnegie Commission-authored technical report Tuition: A Supplemental Statement on the Reports of the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education on ‘Who Pays? Who Benefits? Who Should Pay?’ (April 1974), looks at the broad problems and costs associated with higher education that reaffirms the commission’s...

Harland G. Bloland and Sue M. Bloland
1974

The Carnegie Commission sponsored study American Learned Societies in Transition: The Impact of Dissent and Recession, by Harland G. Bloland and Sue M. Bloland was published in September 1974.

Thomas Juster
1974

Education, Income, and Human Behavior (December 1974), edited by Thomas Juster, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Paul Taubman and Terence Wales
1974

Higher Education and Earnings: College as an Investment and a Screening Device (November 1974), by Paul Taubman and Terence Wales, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Thomas J. Karwin
1974

Flying a Learning Center: Design and Costs of an Off-Campus Space for Learning (February 1974), by Thomas J. Karwin, is a brief paper on the design of new academic facilities based on the needs and characteristics of the students, the curriculum, and the educational resources intended for the building. This...

John Millet
1973

Explorations in Undergraduate Education: Why Political Science? Academy for Educational Development examines a study by John Millet on undergraduate education in the field of political science. Six case studies exploring undergraduate political science education at Stanford, Northern Illinois University,...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

Towards a Learning Society: Alternative Channels to Life, Work, and Service (October 1973), a Carnegie Commission policy report, looks at the diverse types of post-secondary education being created and needed in contemporary society.

Richard J. Storr
1973

The Beginning of the Future: A Historical Approach to Graduate Education in the Arts and Sciences (June 1973), written by Richard J. Storr, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Everett C. Hughes, Barrie Thorne, Agostino M. DeBaggis, Arnold Gurin, and David Williams
1973

Education for the Professions of Medicine, Law, Theology and Social Welfare (November 1973), by Everett C. Hughes, Barrie Thorne, Agostino M. DeBaggis, Arnold Gurin, and David Williams, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich
1973

The abridged paperback edition of Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich’s New Directions in Legal Education was released in April 1973. This was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study first released in November 1972.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

The Purposes and the Performance of Higher Education in the United States: Approaching the Year 2000 (June 1973) reports on the issues to consider when reexamining the purposes and functions of higher education. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

Continuity and Discontinuity: Higher Education and the Schools (August 1973) focuses on the need for high schools to prepare their students for a greater variety of post-secondary educational experiences and for creating closer curricular ties between the schools and higher education. This was a Carnegie...

Jack Morrison
1973

In July 1973, the Carnegie Commission sponsored study The Rise of the Arts on the American Campus, authored by Jack Morrison was published.

David Riesman and Verne Stadtman
1973

In June 1973, the Carnegie Commission sponsored study Academic Transformation: Seventeen Institutions Under Pressure, edited by David Riesman and Verne A. Stadtman, was released.

Everett Carll Ladd, Jr. and Seymour Martin Lipset
1973

Professors, Unions, and American Higher Education, by Everett Carll Ladd, Jr. and Seymour Martin Lipset, was published as a Carnegie Commission technical report in May 1973. The report is concerned with the power of collective bargaining and its increasing use and influence in higher education.

Stephen Steinberg
1973

The Academic Melting Pot: Catholics and Jews in Higher Education, by Stephen Steinberg, was released by Carnegie Commission in November 1973.

James A. Perkins
1973

The University as an Organization (February 1973), by James A. Perkins, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Michael D. Cohen and James G. March
1973

Leadership and Ambiguity: The American College President (November 1973), by Michael D. Cohen and James G. March, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

The Carnegie Commission on Higher Education
1973

A Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, was released in November 1973 as a tool for researchers analyzing institutions of higher education based on contemporary criteria considered useful.

Richard S. Eckaus
1973

Estimating the Returns to Education: A Disaggregated Approach (April 1973), written by Richard S. Eckaus, examined the economic rates of return and the economic functions of education. This was a Carnegie Commission technical report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

Opportunities for Women in Higher Education: Their Current Participation, Prospects for the Future, and Recommendations for Action (September 1973) reports on the equal employment opportunities for women within the ranks of higher education and the adjustments campuses needed to make to include increasing...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

College Graduates and Jobs: Adjusting to a New Labor Market Situation (April 1973) looks at the positive and negative consequences of producing a greater number of college graduates than there are jobs requiring a college education, including suggestions for alleviating the problems anticipated. This was a...

June A. O'Neill
1973

Sources of Funds to Colleges and Universities (May 1973), authored by June A. O’Neill, reports on the sources of funds available to colleges and universities between 1930 and 1968. This was released as a Carnegie Commission technical report.

Earl F. Cheit
1973

The Carnegie Commission technical report The New Depression in Higher Education: Two Years Later (April 1973), by Earl F. Cheit, looks at the financial position of the colleges and universities highlighted two years previously in a report, The New Depression in Higher Education.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

A Carnegie Commission policy report, Higher Education: Who Pays? Who Benefits? Who Should Pay? (July 1973) considers the costs and benefits of higher education, discusses where the money came from, and proposes a plan for a reapportioning the costs in a sensible and fair manner.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

Governance of Higher Education: Six Priority Problems (April 1973), was a Carnegie Commission policy report on the governance of higher education in a period of conflict and change in academic life.

George Nash
1973

The University and the City: Eight Cases of Involvement (June 1973), by George Nash et al., was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1973

The final report of the commission, Priorities for Action: Final Report of the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education (October 1973), outlines a plan for action to bolster and improve the educational system and assigned responsibility to the groups involved with higher education. This is the first of a...

Alexander M. Mood
1973

The Future of Higher Education: Some Speculations and Suggestions (September 1973), by Alexander M. Mood, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Carl Kaysen, ed.
1973

Content and Context: Essays on College Education (October 1973), edited by Carl Kaysen, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Alain Touraine
1973

The Carnegie Commission sponsored study The Academic System in American Society, authored by Alain Touraine was released in November 1973.

Ann Heiss
1973

An Inventory of Academic Innovation and Reform (March 1973), by Ann Heiss, lists innovations at institutions of higher education over a five to six year period as they confronted societal pressures. This was a Carnegie Commission technical report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1972

The Fourth Revolution: Instructional Technology in Higher Education (June 1972) responds to the potential ramifications of new technology on higher education, which offers guidelines for adopting these technologies. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich
1972

The Carnegie Commission-sponsored study New Directions in Legal Education (unabridged hard cover edition), by Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich, was published in November 1972.

Edgar H. Schein
1972

In March 1972, the Carnegie Commission released its sponsored study Professional Education: Some New Directions. Edgar H. Schein authored the study.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1972

Reform on Campus: Changing Students, Changing Academic Programs (June 1972) focuses on academic reform focusing on ways to increase academic opportunities aimed at improving each student’s quality of life. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

Roger E. Levien
1972

The Carnegie Commission sponsored study The Emerging Technology Instructional Uses of the Computer in Higher Education, authored by Roger E. Levien, was published in November 1972.

C. Robert Pace
1972

Education and Evangelism: A Profile of Protestant Colleges (June 1972), by C. Robert Pace, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Richard E. Peterson
1972

The Carnegie Commission technical report on American College and University Enrollment Trends in 1971 (June 1972), by Richard E. Peterson, analyzed changes in the rate of college enrollments between 1970 and 1971.

Alexander W. Astin and Calvin B. T. Lee
1972

The Invisible Colleges: A Profile of Small, Private Colleges with Limited Resources (January 1972), by Alexander W. Astin and Calvin B. T. Lee, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Alexander M. Mood
1972

Papers on Efficiency in the Management of Higher Education (August 1972), a Carnegie Commission technical report written by Alexander M. Mood, et al., includes four papers that expand upon the effective use of resources in higher education.

C. Arnold Anderson, Mary Jean Bowman, and Vincent Tinto
1972

Where Colleges Are and Who Attends: Effects of Accessibility on College Attendance (November 1972), by C. Arnold Anderson, Mary Jean Bowman, and Vincent Tinto, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Paul Taubman and Terence Wales
1972

Mental Ability and Higher Education Attainment in the 20th Century (June 1972), by Paul Taubman and Terence Wales, analyzed the effect on student quality from admitting increasing numbers of high school graduates into institutions of higher education. This was a Carnegie Commission technical report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1972

Institutional Aid: Federal Support to Colleges and Universities (February 1972) examines alternative forms of institutional aid and the implications of each effort, reflecting the Carnegie Commission’s concern over the economic strain caused by the rapid expansion of higher education in the post-Sputnik era...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1972

The More Effective Use of Resources: An Imperative for Higher Education (June 1972), a Carnegie Commission policy report, proposes a plan to show why institutional expenditures needed to be curtailed between 1970 and 1980 and how this could be accomplished.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1972

The Carnegie Commission policy report The Campus and the City: Maximizing Assets and Reducing Programs (December 1972) intended to redevelop the relationship between institutions of higher education and the nation’s urban communities to meet the contemporary needs of both the city and the campus.

Scott C. Wren
1972

In October 1975, the Carnegie Council released a special report The College Student and Higher Education Policy: What Stake and What Purpose?, by Scott C. Wren.

Dael Wolfle
1972

The Home of Science: The Role of the University (June 1972), by Dael Wolfle was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Seymour E. Harris
1972

The Carnegie Commission-sponsored study A Statistical Portrait of Higher Education (June 1972), was written by Seymour E. Harris.

Harold Orlans
1972

The Nonprofit Research Institute: Its Origin, Operations, Problems, and Prospects (March 1972), by Harold Orlans, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Joseph Ben-David
1971

Joseph Ben-David’s work American Higher Education: Directions Old and New (December 1971) was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Rashi Fein and Gerald I. Weber
1971

Carnegie Commission-sponsored study Financing Medical Education: An Analysis of Alternative Policies and Mechanisms, by Rashi Fein and Gerald I. Weber, was released in February 1971.

Mark S. Blumberg
1971

Mark S. Blumberg wrote the Carnegie Commission technical report Trends and Projections of Physicians in the United States, 1967-2002 (July 1971). This paper dealt with increasing the capacity of medical schools to accept and train increasing numbers of physicians.

Leland L. Medsker and Dale Tillery
1971

Carnegie Commission-sponsored study Breaking the Access Barriers: A Profile of Two-Year Colleges, by Leland L. Medsker and Dale Tillery, was published in March 1971.

Barbara B. Burn
1971

Higher Education in Nine Countries: A Comparative Study of Colleges and Universities Abroad (February 1971), by Barbara B. Burn, with chapters by Clark Kerr, Philip Altback, and James A. Perkins, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Howard R. Bowen and Gordon K. Douglass
1971

This Carnegie Commission-sponsored study, Efficiency in Liberal Education: A Study of Comparative Instructional Costs for Different Ways of Organizing Teaching-Learning in a Liberal Arts College, by Howard R. Bowen and Gordon K. Douglass, was published in September 1971.

Fritz Machulup, Walter P. Metzger, and Richard H. Sullivan
1971

Neutrality or Partisanship: A Dilemma of Academic Institutions contains essays by Fritz Machulup, Walter P. Metzger, and Richard H. Sullivan. During the foundation's sixty-fifth annual meeting, trustees discussed the subject of the university and social action, emphasizing the question of institutional...

Frank Bowles and Frank A. DeCosta
1971

The Carnegie Commission sponsored Frank Bowles and Frank A. DeCosta’s book Between Two Worlds: A Profile of Negro Higher Education (April 1971).

Earl F. Cheit
1971

The New Depression in Higher Education: A Study of Financial Aid Conditions at 41 Colleges and Universities, by Earl F. Cheit, was published in February 1971, as a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Robert W. Hartman
1971

Robert W. Hartman’s work on Credit for College: Public Policy for Student Loans (June 1971) was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

June A. O'Neill
1971

Resource Use in Higher Education: Trends in Output and Inputs, 1930-1967 (July 1971), by June A. O’Neill, reported on trends in resource usage and productivity in higher education between 1930 and 1967. This was a Carnegie Commission technical report.

Stephen B. Withey
1971

A Degree and What Else? Correlates and Consequences of a College Education, by Stephen B. Withey et al., published in October 1971, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1971

Less Time, More Options: Education Beyond High School (January 1971) describes the ways in which jobs changed between WWII and 1971, and discusses the possibilities for improving higher education to make it more advantageous to individuals and useful to society. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1971

From Isolation to Mainstream: Problems of Colleges Founded for Negroes (February 1971) looks at the special challenges faced by colleges founded for blacks, with an emphasis on meeting these needs through greater commitment and financial support to transform them into fully viable institutions within...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1971

The Capitol and the Campus: State Responsibility for Postsecondary Education (April 1971) examines the role of state governments in educating their citizens, emphasizing the need for state governments to make even greater efforts than in the past to carry the responsibility for higher education. This was a...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1971

Dissent and Disruption: Proposals for Consideration by the Campus (June 1971) reports on the role the campus should play as new directions were charted through the democratic processes, and suggested the development of new norms for governing academic life, handling emergency situations, and judicial...

Harold L. Hodgkinson
1971

Institutions in Transition: A Profile of Change in Higher Education, by Harold L. Hodgkinson (incorporating a statistical report from 1970) was published in September 1971, as a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Eugene C. Lee and Frank M. Bowen
1971

The Multicampus University: A Study of Academic Governance, by Eugene C. Lee and Frank M. Bowen (September 1971) was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1971

New Students and New Places: Policies for the Future Growth and Development of American Higher Education (October 1971) examines the challenges and opportunities presented by projected unprecedented growth in the volume of students enrolled in colleges and universities over the next three decades. This was a...

Eric Ashby
1971

Any Person, Any Study: An Essay on American Higher Education (April 1971), by Eric Ashby, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Morris T. Keeton
1971

Models and Mavericks: A Profile of the Private Liberal Arts Colleges, by Morris T. Keeton (May 1971), was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Oscar Handlin and Mary F. Handlin
1970

The American College and American Culture: Socialization as a Function of Higher Education (September 1970) by Oscar Handlin and Mary F. Handlin, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Irwin T. Sanders and Jennifer C. Ward
1970

Bridges to Understanding: International Programs of American Colleges and Universities (December 1970), by Irwin T. Sanders and Jennifer C. Ward, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Lewis B. Mayhew
1970

A Carnegie Commission-sponsored study, Graduate and Professional Education, 1980: A Survey of Institutional Plans, by Lewis B. Mayhew, was released in August 1970.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1970

Higher Education and the Nation’s Health: Policies for Medical and Dental Education (October 1970) reports on the education of physicians, dentists, and their assistants and associates, and encourages coordination between health education efforts and a new system of delivery to improve America’s health. This...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1970

The Open-Door Colleges: Policies for Community Colleges (June 1970) addresses the circumstances surrounding the rapid advancement of two-year colleges during the 1960s and the national need for expansion to continue. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

Dwight R. Ladd
1970

Change in Educational Policy: Self-Studies in Selected Colleges and Universities (July 1970) by Dwight R. Ladd, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

Joe L. Spaeth and Andrew M. Greeley
1970

Recent Alumni and Higher Education: A Survey of College Graduates, by Joe L. Spaeth and Andrew M. Greeley, was released as a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study in September 1970.

Heinz Eulau and Harold Quinley
1970

State Officials and Higher Education: A Survey of the Opinions and Expectations of Policy Makers in Nine States (May 1970), authored by Heinz Eulau and Harold Quinley, was a sponsored study of the Carnegie Commission.

Richard E. Peterson and John A. Bilorusky
1970

The Campus Aftermath of Cambodia and Kent State (May 1970), a Carnegie Commission technical report written by Richard E. Peterson and John A. Bilorusky, was an analysis of data on student protests and campus violence and included suggestions to avoid campus violence.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1970

A Chance to Learn: An Action Agenda for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (March 1970) identifies five barriers to equal opportunity in higher education and proposes guidelines for institutional change to remove those barriers. This was a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1970

Quality and Equality: New Levels of Federal Responsibility for Higher Education, Revised Recommendations offers a revision of the recommendations made in the 1968 report Quality and Equality. It was published in June 1970, as a Carnegie Commission Policy Report.

Harold Hodgkinson
1970

The Carnegie Commission technical report Institutions In Transition: A Study of Change in Higher Education (June 1970), by Harold Hodgkinson, offered a comprehensive examination of short and long term changes made in higher education, with attention paid to agents of change and reactions to change.

Stephen H. Spurr
1970

Academic Degree Structures: Innovative Approaches - Principles of Reform in Degree Structures in the United States (May 1970) by Stephen H. Spurr, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

E. Alden Dunhum
1969

A Carnegie Commission-sponsored study, Colleges of the Forgotten Americans: A Profile of State Colleges and Regional Universities, by E. Alden Dunham, was released in November 1969.

Andrew M. Greeley
1969

A Carnegie Commission sponsored study, From Backwater to Mainstream: A Profile of Catholic Higher Education, by Andrew M. Greeley, was published in November 1969.

Dale M. Heckman and Warren B. Martin
1968

Inventory of Current Research on Higher Education, 1968 (December 1968), by Dale M. Heckman and Warren B. Martin, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

William G. Bowen
1968

The Economics of the Major Private Universities (August 1968) by William G. Bowen, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Howard R. Bowen
1968

The Finance of Higher Education (August 1968) by Howard R. Bowen, was a Carnegie Commission sponsored study.

Ronald A. Wolk
1968

Alternative Methods of Federal Funding for Higher Education (December 1968), by Ronald A. Wolk, was a Carnegie Commission-sponsored study.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1968

Quality and Equality: New Levels of Federal Responsibility for Higher Education, published in December 1968, explores the ability of the nation’s colleges and universities to meet citizens’ expectations of academic quality and their demand for equal educational opportunity. This was a Carnegie Commission...

Howard Lowry and William Taeusch
1953

In Research-Creative Activity: A Report on a Five-Year Experiment to Improve Undergraduate Teaching, Howard Lowry and William Taeusch reported on a cooperative experimental program designed to stimulate undergraduate teaching through encouraging individual professors while engaged in regular teaching to...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1952

Committees of Educational Inquiry, Skytop, Pennsylvania includes the addresses presented at the First Conference of the Committees of Educational Inquiry, and provided background for committee members as they embarked upon a four-year study of enlisting faculty aid in the study and formulation of basic...

M. M. Chambers
1952

The Colleges and the Courts 1946-50, by M. M. Chambers, American Council on Education. In cooperation with Purdue University.

M. M. Chambers
1952

Charters of Philanthropies, by M. M. Chambers, American Council on Education. For unrestricted distribution. Reproduced by photo-offset; 1950, 1952. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

Oliver C. Carmichael
1951

Some Educational Dilemmas, by Oliver C. Carmichael, president, was reprinted from the forty-sixth annual report of the foundation.

M. M. Chambers
1946

The Colleges and the Courts 1941-45, by M. M. Chambers, assistant director, Commission on Implications of the Armed Services Education Program, American Council on Education, with a foreword by Edward C. Elliott, president-emeritus, Purdue University. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1946
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1945

The Graduate Record Examination: Cases Illustrating its Use for the Appraisal of Applicants to Medical Schools was prepared for the fifty-sixth annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1945

Measuring the Outcomes of Higher Education, including a Summary of the Activities of the Graduate Record Office for 1944-45 was reprinted from the fortieth annual report of the foundation (1944-45).

Marcia Edwards
1944

Studies in American Graduate Education, a report to the Carnegie Foundation by Marcia Edwards, with introduction by Walter A. Jessup, president of the Foundation. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944

A Measurement and Guidance Project in Engineering Education was reprinted from the thirty-ninth annual report (1943-1944) of the foundation.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944

The Graduate Record Examination and Returning Service Personnel contains a descriptive prospects for men and women in the Armed Service who desired advanced collegiate and graduate study after the war. Reprinted from the thirty-ninth annual report (1943-1944) of the foundation.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944

A General Examination for Advanced College Students offers a plan to make the Graduate Record Examination available to individual students anywhere within the continental United States or Canada.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944

Cases Illustrating [the Use of the Examination] for the Admission and Adjustment of Returning Service Men and Women offers examples of the use of the Graduate Record Examination on returning service personnel.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944

A Descriptive Statement for Men and Women in the Armed Services describes the Graduate Record Examination to men and women in the military.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1944
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1943
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1943
Charles R. Langmuir
1942

An Historical Minute, by Charles R. Langmuir, is a reprint from the thirty-seventh annual report (1941-42) of the foundation; it deals with the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1942

A Statement by the University Deans who have cooperated in the Graduate Record Examination 1937-1942 is a reprint from the thirty-eighth annual report (1942-43) of the foundation.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1942

A Descriptive Prospectus for College Students describes the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

William S. Learned
1942

What's in a "Mark"?, by William S. Learned, was reprinted from the thirty-seventh annual report of the foundation, 1941-42.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1941

A Memorandum on the General Character and Purpose of the Examination is concerned with the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

M. M. Chambers
1941

The Colleges and the Courts 1936-40, by M. M. Chambers, chief, Student Project Planning Section, Division of Student Work, National Youth Administration, with a foreword by Edward C. Elliott, president, Purdue University. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

William S. Learned and Anna L. Rose Hawkes
1940

An Experiment in Responsible Learning, by William S. Learned and Anna L. Rose Hawkeswith, reports on the introduction and use for 135 Pennsylvania high-school pupils of a cumulative record of school achievement in four Pennsylvania school systems. The volume includes views from administrative officers,...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1940

A Third of a Century of Teachers Retirement records measures adopted to carry out the purposes of the founder; it was, distributed only to trustees and officers of philanthropies associated with the name of Andrew Carnegie.

W. Carson Ryan, Jr.
1939

Studies in Early Graduate Education is a historical discussion, by foundation staff member W. Carson Ryan, of the founding and ensuing development of the Johns Hopkins University, Clark University, and University of Chicago, and of other initial efforts respecting American graduate education.

Edward C. Elliott and M. M. Chambers
1939

Charters of Philanthropies, by Edward C. Elliott, president, Purdue University, and M. M. Chambers, American Youth Commission of the American council on Education. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

William S. Learned and Ben D. Wood
1938

William S. Learned and Ben D. Wood, Director of Collegiate Educational Research, Columbia College, wrote The Student and His Knowledge: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation on the Results of the High School and College Examinations of 1928. A study of the results of the high-school and college examinations...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1938

The Student and His Knowledge summarizes the results and conclusions of the study of the relations of secondary and higher education in Pennsylvania, from Bulletin Number Twenty-nine of the foundation.

R. L. Mattocks
1938

Life Insurance for College Teachers by actuarial consultant R. L. Mattocks, is a reprint of an informative discussion in the thirty-third annual report of the foundation. It was distributed by the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York City.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1937

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is a revision from the thirty-second annual report of the foundation (1937), setting forth the foundation's development, activities, and resources.

Walter Crosby Eells
1937

Surveys of American Higher Education, by Walter Crosby Eels, professor of education, Stanford University, with a foreword by Howard J. Savage.

I. L. Kandel
1936

Examinations and their Substitutes in the United States, by I. L. Kandel, a professor of education and associate in the International Institute, Teachers College, Columbia University, resulted from the international examinations inquiry instituted by Carnegie Corporation of New York. The study, presented at...

Edward C. Elliott and M. M. Chambers
1936

The Colleges and the Courts, by Edward C. Elliott, president, Purdue University, and M. M. Chambers, member of staff, American Youth Commission of the American Council on Education. Second edition printed in 1942. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1935

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1934 is concerned with the salaried professor in the learned professions.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1934

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1933 deals with the theme of the learned professions and their organization.

Edward C. Elliott and M. M. Chambers
1934

Charters and Basic Laws of Selected American Universities and Colleges, by Edward C. Elliott, president, Purdue University, and M. M. Chambers, honorary fellow, Ohio State University. Written in cooperation with Purdue University.

David Spence Hill
1934

Control of Tax-supported Higher Education in the United States, was written by David Spence Hill, staff associate of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, with a preface by Howard J. Savage.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1933

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1932 deals with educational finance and student selection and the major problems of professional education.

David Spence Hill and Fred J. Kelly
1933

Economy in Higher Education, written by David Spence Hill, a staff associate at Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and Fred J. Kelly, chief, Division of Colleges and Professional Schools, United States Office of Education with a preface by Howard J. Savage. Written in cooperation with the...

Fred J. Kelly and John H. McNeeley
1933

The State and Higher Education--Phases of Their Relationship, by Fred J. Kelly, chief, and John H. McNeeley, research assistant, Division of Colleges and Professional Schools, United States Office of Education, with an introduction by Howard J. Savage. Written in cooperation with the United States Office of...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1932

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1931 suggests the need for cooperation for improvement at the National Conference of Bar Examiners.

William S. Learned and E. W. Wallace
1932

Local Provision for Higher Education in Saskatchewan was an advisory memorandum on university policy proposed at the request of the University of Saskatchewan. William S. Learned and E. W. Wallace authored the report. The memorandum includes discussions of the Provincial university, the principle of...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1931

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1930 urges bar exam admission statutes and a progressive differentiation of law schools.

Howard J. Savage, John T. McGovern, and Harold W. Bentley
1931

Current Developments in American College Sport summarizes and evaluates significant changes in the relation of sport to the educational process from the autumn of 1929 to the beginning of 1931, including administrative changes, financial arrangement, facilities, coaching, relationships with alumni, other...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1931

Officers of Administration, Trustees, Associated Institutions makes recommendations about the administrative work at institutions of higher education.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1930

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1929 suggests the missing element in legal education, practical training and ethical standards.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1930

The Missing Element in Legal Education, Practical Training and Ethical Standards was reprinted from the Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1929.

W. Carson Ryan, Jr.
1930

The Literature of American School and College Athletics, by W. Carson Ryan, Jr., is a digest of more than a thousand books, pamphlets, articles in magazines and periodicals, and other previously unpublished materials, on athletics education. Together these materials discuss the history, administration,...

Henry S. Pritchett
1930

In The Social Philosophy of Pensions with a Review of Existing Pension Systems for Professional Groups, Henry S. Pritchett offers a discussion of the economic and social considerations underlying a sound pension system, retirement pay for college and public school teachers, pensions for ministers, and the...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1929

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Year 1928, is a reprint from Present-Day Law Schools, Bulletin Number Twenty-one, and offers the essentials of a sound bar admission system, registration of law students.

Howard J. Savage, Harold W. Bentley, John T. McGovern, and Dean F. Smiley, M.D.
1929

American College Athletics, a study by Howard J. Savage, Harold W. Bentley, John T. McGovern, and Dean F. Smiley, M.D., examines the history, conduct, and values of sports and games in American universities, colleges, and schools; the development of the modern amateur status, the administrative control of...

Henry S. Pritchett
1929

Athletics, an Element in the Evolution of the American University written by Henry S. Pritchett discusses the place and value of sport in an agency primarily intellectual. It was reprinted from Bulletin Number Twenty-three.

Howard J. Savage and Edmund S. Cogswell
1928

A Retirement Plan for Colorado Public Schools, a study made by Howard J. Savage and Edmund S. Cogswell at the request of the Colorado Education Association and the State Department of Public Instruction, presents a plan of retiring allowances, a discussion of principles and details of operation, and complete...

Alfred Z. Reed
1928

A study, by Alfred Z. Reed, of the organization and curriculum of law schools resulted in Present-Day Law Schools in the United States and Canada. Reed placed a special emphasis upon the time element in legal education. Among the topics discussed are the relation between law and politics, the supervision and...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1928

Review of Legal Education in the United States and Canada for the Years 1926 and 1927, recommends standards for associations, bar admission requirements, and includes a list of law schools and statistics.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1928

A Study of the Relations of Secondary and Higher Education in Pennsylvania: Program, 1928. This study of the educational system in Pennsylvania included a series of thematic progress reports issued annually until 1931: Progress Report I, 1929; Progress Report II, The College and the Freshman, 1930; Progress...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1928

A Tabular View of the Retirement Plan for Colorado Public Schools presents the plan set forth in Bulletin Number Twenty-two, in tabular form.

Howard J. Savage
1927

Games and Sports in British Schools and Universities, by Howard J. Savage, with a preface by Henry S. Pritchett, explores the place, functions, and conduct of athletics at English public and day schools, Oxford and Cambridge, the newer English universities and the universities of Scotland and Ireland. Savage...

William S. Learned
1927

William S. Learned explored the aims of the student and the treatment of gifted pupils in American, English, French, and German schools, colleges, and universities for The Quality of the Education Process in the United States and Europe. Learned discussed the lack of adjustment between school and college,...

Clyde Furst, Raymond L. Mattocks, and Howard J. Savage
1926

A study made at the request of the Virginia State Teachers Association and the State Board of Education, Retiring Allowances for Officers and Teachers in Virginia Public Schools, includes a plan for retiring allowances, a discussion of the principles and details of operation, and complete actuarial and...

William J. Gies
1926

Dental Education in the United States and Canada, by William J. Gies, presented a general history of dental education in North America, a discussion of the conditions in the practice of dentistry that determine its education requirements. Statistical statements and descriptive accounts of all the dental...

William S. Learned and Kenneth C. M. Sills
1922

Education in the Maritime Provinces of Canada was a report made to the Carnegie Corporation of New York by Foundation staff member William S. Learned and Kenneth C.M. Sills, President of Bowdoin College. The report includes a brief survey of elementary and secondary education in these provinces, a detailed...

Alfred Z. Reed
1921

Training for the Public Profession of the Law, by Alfred Z. Reed, studies the historical development and principle contemporary problems of legal education in the United States. Reed's report contains an account of conditions in England and Canada and includes a description of the organization and recruiting...

William S. Learned and William C. Bagley
1920

The Professional Preparation of Teachers for American Public Schools, authored by William S. Learned and William C. Bagley, et al., studies the tax-supported normal schools of that state, together with an examination of the general principles of organization, administration, and curriculum construction in teacher-...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1919

Some Misapprehensions Touching Life Insurance answers inquiries concerning the new plan of annuities and insurance.

Reginald Heber Smith
1919

Reginald Heber Smith's report Justice and the Poor considers the administration of justice in the United States to determine how far it actually secures equality before the law to poor and immigrant citizens; analyzes the defects which caused denial of justice; and provides a complete outline of all agencies...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1918

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is a reprint from the Handbook of the Public Benefactions Andrew Carnegie.

Clyde Furst and I. L. Kandel
1918

Pensions for Public School Teachers, authored by Clyde Furst and I. L. Kandel, for the Committee on Salaries, Pensions, and Tenure of the National Education Association, describes all existing systems of pensions for teachers, discusses their limitations in the light of experience and the fundamental...

Charles Riborg Mann
1918

Engineering Education, a study Charles Riborg Mann completed at the request of a joint committee of the national engineering societies, covers the development of engineering schools in the United States--their aims, resources, administration, curricula, instruction, and student progress--and discusses the...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1917

Curricula designed for the Professional Preparation of Teachers contains provisional suggestions for discussion.

I. L. Kandel
1917

Federal Aid for Vocational Education, written by I. L. Kandel, explores the legislative history of the various acts for the establishment and support of land-grant colleges, the political and educational policies underlying this form of legislation, the development of the land-grant colleges and their...

Henry S. Pritchett
1915

In A Comprehensive Plan of Insurance and Annuities for College Teachers, Henry S. Pritchett discusses pensions, annuities, and life insurance in general and for teachers in particular, with indications of the limitations of the foundation's system and offers suggestions for the development of a comprehensive...

Josef Redlich
1914

The Common Law and the Case Method in American University Law Schools, a report to the foundation by Josef Redlich of the University of Vienna, deals with law as a science and a profession. Redlich surveys early methods of legal instruction, the development and success of the case method, its weaknesses, and...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1914

Education in Vermont prepared at the request of the Vermont Educational Commission, describes the reason behind the study and the method of the inquiry. The report discusses the entire educational system of the state, and made certain conclusions and recommendations, and provided a brief statistical appendix...

Abraham Flexner
1912

Medical Education in Europe, a report by Abraham Flexner, considers the condition and foundation of contemporary medical education in Germany, Great Britain and France, the preliminary and the medical sciences, clinical instruction, curricula and examinations, post-graduate education, the medical education...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1911

An American Teacher's Year in a Prussian Gymnasium, 1911, describes an American teacher's experience in Prussian schools.

Morris Llewellyn Cooke
1910

Academic and Industrial Efficiency is a report to the foundation by Morris Llewellyn Cooke, on the teaching and research in physics in eight American universities, colleges, and technical schools, with an endeavor to estimate efficiency in organization, teaching, research, the use of buildings, and in...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1910

Standard Forms for Financial Reports of Colleges, Universities, and Technical Schools, contains twenty-five typical blank forms for the public reporting of the financial receipts and expenditures of universities and colleges, with an introduction recommending the modification of current practice in...

Abraham Flexner
1910

Medical Education in the United States and Canada is a comprehensive report to the foundation, by Abraham Flexner, on medical education in the United States and Canada, with regard to the course of study, financial aspects, medical sects, state boards, post-graduate schools, and other special forms of...

Abraham Flexner. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1910

Medical Education in the United States and Canada is a comprehensive report to the foundation, by Abraham Flexner, on medical education in the United States and Canada, with regard to the course of study, financial aspects, medical sects, state boards, post-graduate schools, and other special forms of...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1908

The Financial Status of the Professor in America and in Germany studies the expenditure for instruction in 156 American institutions, with comparisons of the maximum and average salaries, the average age, the amount of teaching, the appointment, tenure, and retirement privileges of professors in the United...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1908
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1907

Papers Relating to the Admission of State Institutions to the System of Retiring Allowances of the Carnegie Foundation includes arguments in favor of the admission of state and provincial universities to the benefits of the Foundation, and a statement by the president of the administrative and financial...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
1906

Act of Incorporation, By-Laws, and Rules for the Admission of Institutions and for the Granting of Retiring Allowances, 1906, is a reprint from the first annual report outlining the governance of the foundation.


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