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A Review of the U.S. Higher Education System: Its Structure, Funding, Quality and the Future

  title={A Review of the U.S. Higher Education System: Its Structure, Funding, Quality and the Future},
  author={Amanda Koontz Anthony},
The differences between higher education institutions around the world are indicative of a country or culture’s approach to three factors: the role of government, competition and quality management. This paper will examine five aspects of higher education in the United States – university structure and governance, funding, accreditation, outcomes and impact, and future development – through these factors and will serve as a review of the U.S. higher education system historically and as it is… 
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  • 2013