Nea 1998 Almanac of Higher Education (Nea Almanac of Higher Education)

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The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Foreword (, 13 KB, 1p) by Cornelius Lehane. Overview (, 16 KB, 2pp) by Harold S. Wechsler. Faculty Salaries, (, 80 KB, 17pp) by Suzanne B.

Clery and John B. Lee. Faculty Workload and. THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION 5 Foreword by Cornelius Lehane elcome to the NEA Higher Education Almanac!In these pages, you will find a.

The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. Wechsler, Harold, Ed. This annual report contains six essays on current issues in higher education and a faculty salary report for The essays include: (1) "Faculty Salaries, " (Suzanne B.

Clery and John B. Lee), which notes that faculty salaries increased percent for the year. Faculty Workload and Productivity: Gender Comparisons.” The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

A statistical profile of higher education, a general review of developments duringand policy statements and activities of the National Education Association (NEA) are presented in this NEA Almanac.

The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. Wechsler, Harold, Ed. This report contains seven articles on current issues in higher education and a separate faculty salary report for   Nea 1998 Almanac of Higher Education book of Higher Education, [Nea] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Almanac of Higher Education, A statistical profile of higher education, a general review of developments duringand policy statements and activities of the National Education Association (NEA) are presented in this NEA Almanac.

The statistical profile covers enrollment trends, degrees, faculty salaries, endowments, appropriations to community colleges, scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test and the.

This Almanac of the National Education Association for the higher education sector offers, for the first time, faculty salary data, as well as a review of the year, a listing of resources, and analysis of policy developments.

The faculty salary report analyzes the current state of academic salaries by rank and type of institution, and places this compensation data in historical perspective. National Education Association of the United States. ISSN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: Title from cover. Volumes for: > have accompanying CD-ROMs.

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THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION 7 Overview by Harold S. Wechsler ou are reading the fifth anniversary issue of a unique publication for faculty and staff in higher education.

Five years ago, NEA redesigned the Almanac of Higher Education to bring NEA members an annual report on the conditions of academic work, written by the. National Education Association almanac of higher education Almanac of higher education Frequency Annual Vol/date range Note Title from cover.

Supplement Issues for include CD-ROM supplement. Note Issues for also available via the World Wide Web. Note Publication of: National Education Association of the United States. 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. NEA Almanac of Higher Education has a new format and design. We're includ-ing a CD-ROM disk that contains NEA-IPEDS salary data for the material formerly included in the Faculty Salary Report.

Placing the salary data on a disk per-mits us to analyzing more key issues con-fronting American higher education. THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION College, Wisconsin, contract dramatizes the ominous stakes.

Current employees are pro-tected through the life of the current contract. The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. Wechsler, Harold, Ed.

This publication contains seven essays on current and important issues in higher education and a faculty salary report. The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. This section also contains a selected bibliography of higher education books. Section 3, "Resources and References," covers forthcoming academic meetings inhigher education journals, and reference aids, and fellowship sources for higher education faculty.

National Education Association. This almanac contains seven articles on current issues in higher education and a report on current faculty salaries. Part 1 includes the following articles: (1) "Faculty Salaries, " (John B.

Lee), which tracks national and state salary trends; (2) "Workload and Productivity: Case Studies" (Henry L. Allen), which presents case studies of state university systems in Arizona, California.

The Chronicle of Higher Education. Gregory M. Saltzman, “Legal Regulation of Collective Bargaining in Colleges and Universities,” in Harold S. Wechsler (ed.), NEA Almanac of Higher Education (Washington: National Education Association, ), pp. Press, ). Christine Maitland has 20 years experience in higher education labor relations and has worked for the National Education Associa-tion for the last 12 years.

She is currently NEA’s higher education coordinator. The author of many articles on labor relations, Maitland recently produced “The Future of Higher Education,” an. those involved in higher education labor relations thus must master its intrica-cies.

The NEA Almanacreviewed labor law related to higher education, and the NEA Almanacexamined legal issues related to part-time faculty and graduate teaching assis-tants.1 This chapter updates those reviews, emphasizing legal developments since in.

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Allen’s current research interests include mathematical sociology. Get this from a library. Thought & action, Fall the NEA higher education journal.

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THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION 65 State Higher Education Finance and Policy Developments by William Zumeta hat economic, fiscal, and public policy challenges face higher education at the end of the twentieth century. Will the states— providers of most financial support for public higher education—help to meet these chal-lenges.

12 THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION division of the U.S. Department of Educa-tion, received salary data from 3, accredited colleges and universities as part of an annual statistical report on higher education.

The NCES report excluded part-time faculty, faculty members paid by a religious order, and non-teaching faculty members.

The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. By Henry L. Allen. Abstract. He continues his work on several articles explaining the structure and dynamics of academic systems, using mathematical models.

Allen’s current research interests include mathematical sociology, the sociology of higher education, academic labor markets, and the academic. American Education Week: NovemberAbout NEA / Our Publications / The NEA Almanac of Higher Education / Archive /The Almanac Back to: About NEA / Our Publications / The NEA Almanac of Higher Education / Archive / The Almanac.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): She has published 10 books and more than articles and chapters on leadership and change in higher education, including two ASHE Higher Education Reports.

Kezar, who has studied contingent faculty for six years, is examining policies and practices to improve the working conditions of nontenure track faculty. NEA Almanac of Higher Education Published annually by the National Education Association, this Almanac provides 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.

Higher Education Books: A Selected Bibliography. RESOURCES AND REFERENCES. Forthcoming Academic Meetings, Higher Education Journals, Reference Aids Fellowship St urtes for Higher Education Faculty. 70 76 NEA AND HIGHER EDUCATION.

Higher Education: The Roots of NEA, Higher Education Reform: NEA Policy Statements Zumeta, W. “State Higher Education Finance and Policy Developments: ” The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. Washington, DC: National Education Association, THE NEA ALMANAC OF HIGHER EDUCATION 73 Higher Education in the States Teetering on the Brink Once Again By William Zumeta William Zumetais associate dean, professor of public affairs, and professor of education policy at the University of Washington.

He has also taught at UCLA, the University of British Columbia, and the Claremont Graduate. Part of the Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research book series (HATR, volume 29) Abstract I argue that the lack of shared knowledge and precision over what constitutes equity-enhancing policies undermines our efforts to identify and compare educational policies and practices that reconcile individual and public needs in a democracy.

The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest labor union and the largest white-collar representative in the United States. It represents public school teachers and other support personnel, faculty and staffers at colleges and universities, retired educators, and college students preparing to become NEA has just under million members and is headquartered in.

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