Critical Issues in Higher Education for the public good
Edited by Penny A. Pasque, Nicholas A. Bowman, &
Introduction by Alexander W. and
Helen S. Astin
About the Book
This book contains “emerging voices from a social movement.” Through practical, informative, and empirical studies, each authors interpretation of contemporary change offers new insights into what is still needed in order to actualize higher education for the public good. Authors share information and evidence that supports continued economic and social investments in colleges and universities and offer this information in a way that leaders, researchers, and policy makers can utilize.
Critical Issues in Higher Education will become a useful tool for researchers studying issues of access and equity, particularly as they intersect with race, class, gender and/or affirmative action, offering faculty the latest research on higher education’s relationship with society by providing qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods, and historical studies.
The Contributors are
Penny A. Pasque
Nicholas A. Bowman
Jennifer E. Lerner
Luis Urrieta Jr
Michele S. Moses
Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy
Denise O’Neil Green
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