Safeguarding the morale and vitality of educators has become a central question in this time of trenchment for most educational institutions where cost effectiveness is a major concern. The continued well-being of faculty and administrators, and their joint role in educational planning, was a major concern at a workshop convened by the Society for College and University Planning, in cooperation with Academic Development and Planning in Transition. The workshop was held at the Nordic Hills Conference Center near Chicago from April 17-19, 1974. The speech which follows was the opening addres, delivered by Stephen K. Bailey, vice president of the American Council on Education. The complete preceedings of the workshop will be published this fallas a cooperative venture of the Society and Educational Testing Service.
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