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The privatization of public higher education [electronic resource]: the relationship between state control and state funding of public institutions of higher learning

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Copyright by Karen Marie Whitney 2003 The Dissertation Committee for Karen Marie Whitney certifies that this is the approved version of the following dissertation: The Privatization of Public Higher Education: The Relationship Between State Control and State Funding of Public Institutions of Higher Learning Committee: William F. Lasher, Supervisor V.R. Cardozier Daniel Hamermesh Marilyn Kameen Marsha Moss The Privatization of Public Higher Education: The Relationship Between State Control and State Funding of Public Institutions of Higher Learning by Karen Marie Whitney, BA; MA Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Austin in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy The University of Texas at Austin December 2003 Dedication This work is dedicated to all the students who have paid for their higher education. College is intentionally designed to be a challenging personal journey. When one has to pay for their own education, completing the journey is that much sweeter. I must also dedicate this dissertation to my partner, Peggy Apple, who provided me with love, support, and encouragement during my own journey. v Acknowledgments This study was the culmination of years of very rewarding and challenging graduate work with the faculty and fellow graduate students at The University of Texas at Austin Department of Educational Administration. This study was significantly influenced by my over twenty years of work as a higher education administrator and educator at the University of Houston, The University of Texas at San Ant

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