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Why Public Higher Education Should Be Free: How to Decrease Cost and Increase Quality at American Universities


reviewed by Laura W. Perna & Kata Orosz May 30, 2014

coverTitle: Why Public Higher Education Should Be Free: How to Decrease Cost and Increase Quality at American Universities
Author(s): Robert Samuels
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, Piscataway
ISBN: 081356123X, Pages: 192, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 30, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17553, Date Accessed: 11/20/2014 5:44:36 PM

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  • Laura Perna
    University of Pennsylvania
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    LAURA PERNA is Executive Director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy (AHEAD) and Professor in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Her scholarship examines the ways that social structures, educational practices, and public policies promote and limit college access and success especially for individuals from historically underrepresented groups. Recent publications include The Attainment Agenda: State Policy Leadership for Higher Education (co-authored with Joni Finney, 2014, Johns Hopkins University Press) and The State of College Access and Completion (co-edited with Anthony Jones, 2013, Routledge).
  • Kata Orosz
    University of Pennsylvania
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    KATA OROSZ is PhD student at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania and Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy (AHEAD). Her research focuses on the relationship between higher education policy and the economic and non-economic benefits of higher education in different national contexts. Publications include Promoting Human Capital: A Typology of International Scholarship Programs in Higher Education (cou-authored with Laura Perna, Bryan Gopaul, Zakir Jumakulov, Marina Kishkentayeva, and Adil Ashirbekov, 2014, Educational Researcher) and From Master Plan to Mediocrity: Higher Education Performance and Policy in California (co-authored with Joni Finney, Christina Riso, and William Casey Boland, 2014, Penn GSE Institute for Research on Higher Education).
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