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Published annually, provides NEA higher education members with current information on the entire scope of American higher education
Published annually, provides NEA higher education members with current information on the entire scope of American higher education. It contains up-to-date information on faculty salaries and benefits, the economic conditions in the states, faculty workload, trends in bargaining, and information on non-faculty professionals on campus.
About NEA/Our Publications/The NEA Almanac of Higher Education/Archive 2012-1996/The 2006 Almanac. Appendix: NEA Higher Education Bargaining Units (, 72 KB, 9pp). The NEA 2004-2005 Faculty Salary Report (, 815 KB, 76pp). Back to: About NEA, Our Publications, The NEA Almanac of Higher Education, Archive 2012-1996, The 2006 Almanac.
7 Almanac of Higher Education 2012 Initial Transfer Destinations of Students Who First Enrolled in College in the Fall of 2006 The transfer destination chosen most frequently by students over all was a two-year public institution.
7 Almanac of Higher Education 2012 Initial Transfer Destinations of Students Who First Enrolled in College in the Fall of 2006 The transfer destination chosen most frequently by students over all was a two-year public institution, although students already at a community college were somewhat more likely to move to a four-year public institution than to another community college. Results are based on an analysis of enrollment data for nearly . million full- and part-time students of all ages, at all institutional types. The Chronicle of Higher Education 1255 Twenty-Third St, .
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Zumeta, W. (2006) ‘The new finance of public higher education’, in H. Wechsler (ed) The NEA 2006 Almanac of Higher Education (pp. 37–48) (Washington, DC: National Education Association).
The NEA 2006 Almanac of Higher Education (pp. 37-48). National Education Association. Washington, DC: Association for the Study of Higher Education, 1987. Reprinted in Icfai Journal of Higher Education (India), May 2007.
Committee on Higher Education, the NEA higher education journal, grant programs, NEA membership and benefits, the National Council for Higher Education, NEA higher education bargaining units, and calendars for 1988, 1989, and 1990). ark:/13960/t4hm87p14.
Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. In Association National Education (E., The NEA Almanac of higher education (pp. 51–58). Washington, DC: NE. oogle Scholar. Assessing the senate: Critical issues considered.
The NEA 2010 Almanac of Higher Education Figure 2. Enacted State Revenue Changes, FY 1979 to FY 2009; and Proposed State Revenue Actions, FY 2010 Revenue Change (Billions of dollars) 25 20 15 10 5 0 –5 –10. 1989. . Fiscal Year Source: National Governors Association and National Association of State Budget Officers, Fiscal Survey of the States, June 2009.
Classroom Discipline: Case Studies and Viewpoints (Nea Aspects of Learning) EAN 9780810614864.
Health education: Project of Joint Committee on Health Problems in Education of the National Education Association and the American Medical Association EAN 9780810613546. ation: Planning for School Change EAN 9780810613324. Discipline in the Classroom (From Today"s Education: Nea Journal); Selected Articles of Continuing Value to Elementary and Secondary School Teachers. Classroom Discipline: Case Studies and Viewpoints (Nea Aspects of Learning) EAN 9780810614864. Beginning Teacher: A Practical Guide to Problem Solving (National Education Association.
2007 NEA Handbook - ISBN 0810609754 Rankings & Estimates 2005-2006: Rankings of the States 2004 and Estimates of School Statistics 2005 - ISBN 0810634503
The NEA Professional Library is the book publishing arm of the National Education Association. Our books are enjoyed by teachers, education students, education support professionals, higher education faculty and retired educators. Our mission is to provide timely and topical titles that enhance the professional lives of our members.
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