Author: Barron's College Division Staff,Publish On: 2018-07-01
America's leading college directory and a perennial favorite among high school guidance counselors is a recognized authority in comparative college ratings The brand-new edition of Barron's Profiles of American Colleges describes more than ...
Author: Barron's College Division Staff,
Publisher: Barrons Educational Series
Category: Study Aids
America's leading college directory and a perennial favorite among high school guidance counselors is a recognized authority in comparative college ratings The brand-new edition of Barron's Profiles of American Colleges describes more than 1,650 colleges, with up-to-date facts and figures covering: Admission requirements and procedures Tuitions, fees, and financial aid sources Library, computer, and athletic facilities Campus safety and security Degree requirements and extracurricular activities Websites, email addresses, and admissions contacts The book contains an Index of College Majors, an extended chart listing all available major study programs at every school. Also profiled are many of the finest colleges in Canada, as well as brief profiles of religious colleges and American colleges based in foreign countries. All colleges in the directory are rated according to Barron's competitiveness scale, which ranges from "Competitive" to "Most Competitive." Includes FREE access to Barron's exclusive College Search Engine. It gives college-bound students online information and guidance to help them match their academic plans and aptitudes with the admission requirements and academic programs of every accredited four-year college in the country.
“The Falling Time Cost of College: Evidence from Half a Century of Time Use Data.” Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(2): 468-478. Barron's. 2018. Barron's Profiles of American Colleges, 2019, 35th edition. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's ...
Author: Colin Diver
Publisher: JHU Press
Ultimately, he reveals how to break ranks with a rankings industry that misleads its consumers, undermines academic values, and perpetuates social inequality.
Barron's College Division (2018). Profiles of American colleges 2019. Barron's Educational Series. Borden, V.M., and McCormick, A.C. (2019). Accounting for diverse missions: can classification systems contribute to meaningful ...
Author: Hazelkorn, Ellen
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Gathering unique and thoughtful contributions from leading international scholars, this timely Research Handbook offers diverse perspectives on university rankings twenty years after the first global rankings emerged. It presents an in-depth analysis that reflects the current state of research on rankings, their influence and impact.
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Author: James E. Côté
Category: Social Science
Higher education has come under increasing public scrutiny in recent years, assailed with demands for greater efficiency, accountability, cost reduction, and, above all, job training. Drawing upon examples from across the world, with an emphasis on Anglo-American higher-education systems, this handbook employs sociological approaches to address these pressing concerns. The second edition is thoroughly updated and adds several new chapters to shed further light on the transformations wrought by the interrelated processes of massification, vocationalization, and marketization that have swept through universities in the wake of neoliberal reforms introduced by governments since the 1980s. The handbook explores recent developments in higher-education systems and policy as well as the everyday experiences of students and staff and ongoing problems of inequality and diversity within universities. In doing so, the chapters address a number of current issues concerning the legitimacy of higher-educational credentials, from the continuing debate regarding traditional pedagogies and the role of universities in social class reproduction to more recent concerns about standards in mass systems. Collectively, this handbook demonstrates that the sociology of higher education has the potential to play a leadership role in improving the myriad higher-education systems around the world that are now part of an interrelated set of subsystems, replete with both persistent problems and promising prospects. This book is therefore necessary reading for a variety of stakeholders within academia as well as professionals and policy-makers interested in understanding higher education and the acute challenges it faces.
2009 Barron's Profiles of American Colleges (Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Services, 2009). ... As of 2019, Truman State University had been ranked the number- one regional state college in the Midwest twenty- two years in a row ...
Author: James V. Koch
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Providing the first rigorous empirical evidence of the impact that various modes of governance have had not only on tuition and fees but on a half-dozen measures of institutional performance, this book will be of serious interest to governors, legislators, public university board members and their staffs, those interested in supporting the traditional goals of public higher education, and of course students and their parents, as well as taxpayers.
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Author: Louis J Pepe
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Banks, T. and J. Dohy (2019), “Mitigating Barriers to Persistence: A Review of Efforts to Improve Retention and Graduation ... Barron's Profiles of American Colleges (2014), Barron's profiles of American colleges, 31st edition, Barron's ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
There is a discernible and growing gap between the qualifications that a university degree certifies and the actual generic, 21st-century skills with which students graduate from higher education. By generic skills, it is meant literacy and critical thinking skills encompassing problem solving, analytic reasoning and communications competency.
Barron's Educational Series, inc. College Division. Required: To graduate, students must complete at least 120 credit hours, including 30 in the major and 51 in upper-division courses, with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
How the Tax System Impoverishes Black Americans--and How We Can Fix It Dorothy A. Brown ... most competitive " by Barron's Profiles of American Colleges ) has a 93 percent graduation rate for black students ; in 2019 , its endowment was ...
Author: Dorothy A. Brown
Category: Social Science
A groundbreaking exposé of racism in the American taxation system from a law professor and expert on tax policy NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR AND FORTUNE • “Important reading for those who want to understand how inequality is built into the bedrock of American society, and what a more equitable future might look like.”—Ibram X. Kendi, #1 New York Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist Dorothy A. Brown became a tax lawyer to get away from race. As a young black girl growing up in the South Bronx, she’d seen how racism limited the lives of her family and neighbors. Her law school classes offered a refreshing contrast: Tax law was about numbers, and the only color that mattered was green. But when Brown sat down to prepare tax returns for her parents, she found something strange: James and Dottie Brown, a plumber and a nurse, seemed to be paying an unusually high percentage of their income in taxes. When Brown became a law professor, she set out to understand why. In The Whiteness of Wealth, Brown draws on decades of cross-disciplinary research to show that tax law isn’t as color-blind as she’d once believed. She takes us into her adopted city of Atlanta, introducing us to families across the economic spectrum whose stories demonstrate how American tax law rewards the preferences and practices of white people while pushing black people further behind. From attending college to getting married to buying a home, black Americans find themselves at a financial disadvantage compared to their white peers. The results are an ever-increasing wealth gap and more black families shut out of the American dream. Solving the problem will require a wholesale rethinking of America’s tax code. But it will also require both black and white Americans to make different choices. This urgent, actionable book points the way forward.