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Author(s):Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
Title:Is access to college in jeopardy in the west? Projections of high school graduates to 2012
Source:http:www.wiche.edu/Policy/PolicyInsights/index.asp
Date:1998
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Short Description:Discusses public policy concerns related to physical capacity, access, tuition, and technology, and presents strategies to increase capacity through new facilities, joint-use facilities, and electronic access.
Annotation:An increase in the pool of college-age students in the next 20 years is inevitable, but may not lead to dramatic increases in higher education enrollment. State policy will determine whether all students who qualify for admission and want an education will have access to one. This issue discusses public policy concerns related to physical capacity, access, tuition, and technology, and presents strategies to increase capacity through new facilities, joint-use facilities, and electronic access.
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