Public higher education in the Philippines

  title={Public higher education in the Philippines},
  author={V. R. Cardozier},
  journal={International Review of Education},
  • V. R. Cardozier
  • Published 1984
  • Sociology
  • International Review of Education
  • SummaryClearly, the national government of the Philippines has decided to increase the number and comprehensiveness of its public colleges and universities. While private colleges and universities are likely to dominate higher education in the Philippines for the remainer of this century, it appears that public, tax-supported higher education will become increasingly available there. The Philippines is not a wealthy country but it is devoting a substantial portion of its national resources to… CONTINUE READING
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