3 edition of Planning and policy recommendations for Washington postsecondary education, 1976-1982. found in the catalog.
Planning and policy recommendations for Washington postsecondary education, 1976-1982.
Washington (State). Council for Postsecondary Education.
by Council for Postsecondary Education, State of Washington in [Olympia]
Written in English
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This report concerns the strategic phase of the council's planning effort, i.e., the identification of fundamental assumptions. Its focus is educational goals, institutional roles and missions, and general governing policies. first feview of the report, "Planning and Policy Recommendations gton.
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policy, and planning team. Plan: The Strategic Action Plan includes specific policy and investment recommendations to make significant progress toward the state's educational attainment goals. postsecondary education systems and into the workplace. † Develop financial aid policies that provide incentives not only to attend but also to complete post-secondary education.
District and School Levels † Intervene early, when students are developing their college and career aspirations. † Emphasize rigor and high expec. EDUCATION POSITION OR Poi ICY. THE NEW LEARNERS AND THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. By: June H. Davis Washington State University.
A report of tha National Dissemination Project for Post-Secondary Education. CI% June, Research 6 Planning Office. N Washington State Board for .;) Community College Education N.E. Upon formal adoption of the plan or planning recommendations by the legislature, the plan or planning recommendations shall become official state vocational education policy.
(3) Develop explicit biennial objectives and policy recommendations for the improvement of vocational education in Washington. David Osborne David Osborne, whose most recent book is "Reinventing America’s Schools: Creating a 21st Century Education System," directs the K education work of the Progressive Policy Institute.
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The goal is to introduce comparative state-level postsecondary policy research to a broader audience, and to contribute to discussions of both the challenges and the importance of this approach to higher education policy research.
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