Table of Contents:
- pt. I. Building a public university and creating the social contract
- 1. The public university movement and California
- 2. Building a higher education system and broadening access
- 3. Inclusion, exclusion, and the issue of race
- pt. II. The managerial university and the post-World War II era
- 4. The master plan, the SAT, and managing demand
- 5. Countervailing forces : standardized testing and affirmative action
- 6. For every action a reaction : race, Bakke, and the social contract revisited
- pt. III. Modern battles over equity, affirmative action, and testing
- 7. California's affirmative-action fight
- 8. The first aftermath : outreach and comprehensive review
- 9. The second aftermath : president Atkinson versus the SAT
- pt. IV. Whither the social contract? : the postmodern world and the primacy of higher education
- 10. Perils and opportunities : autonomy, merit, and privatization
- 11. The waning of America's higher education advantage.
- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-322) and index.
Description based on: Print version record.
- 1 online resource (xiv, 332 pages) : illustrations
- text file
- LB2351.2 .D68 2007eb
Other Control Numbers:
- EBC3037567 (source: MiAaPQ)