|Series||Reprint - Carnegie Commission on Higher Education|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||LA228 .T7, LA228 T7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. --|
|Number of Pages||55|
that the problems facing higher education can be understood better. as different manifestations of a related cluster of problemu, and that they arise out of the transition from one phase to another in a broad pattern of development of higher education, a transition from elite to mass higher education, and subsequently to universal access File Size: 2MB. Problems in the transition from elite to mass higher education [Trow, Martin A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Problems in the transition from elite to mass higher educationAuthor: Martin A Trow. This essay argues that the problems facing higher education can be understood better as different manifestations of a related cluster of problems, and that they arise out of the transition from one phase to another in a broad pattern of development of higher education, a transition from elite to mass higher education, and subsequently to. Trow, M. Problems in the transition from elite to mass higher education. In: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, ed. Policies for higher education, pp. Paris, OECD. Google ScholarCited by:
With the massive enrollment growth during the s, higher education began the transition from elite to mass higher education (Trow, ). The traditional elite student identified as full-time, residential student focused on liberal education with the goal of achieving success in high-status professions started to change. Trow, M. () ` Problems in the Transition from Elite to Mass Higher Education ', in Policies for Higher Education, Conference on Future Structures of Post-Secondary Education. Paris 26th—29th June. , pp. 55— Paris: OECD. Google ScholarCited by: Synopsis: Higher education worldwide is in a period of transition, affected by globalization, the advent of mass access, changing relationships between the university and the state, and the new Author: Ulrich Teichler. The Transition from Elite to Mass Higher Education: A Chinese Perspective Problems arising from the rapid increase in the number of higher education institutions and the expansion of the.
A bibliography of publications authored, coauthored, or edited by Martin A. Trow on the transition from elite to mass higher education is presented. The specific topics of the publications, which cover , include the following: confronting the challenge of underprepared students, comparative perspectives on access, liberal education and the market in higher education, dilemmas of. Reflections on the Transition from Elite to Mass to Universal Access: Forms and Phases of Higher Education in Modern Societies since WWII Author(s): Trow, Martin ACited by: Higher Education in Transition continues to have significance not only for those who work in higher education, but for everyone interested in American ideas, traditions, and social and intellectual history. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you Cited by: in order to establish a pre-modern equilibrium of elite education and to explain the importance of (compulsory) mass education for the transition to modern growth. The impact of compulsory education on income and income distribution in an overlapping generations model is also investigated by Eckstein and Zilcha (). There, the reason of het-.