Planning for Higher Education Journal

Statewide Planning

Three Viewpoints
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From Volume 2 Number 4 | August 1973
By James L. Fisher, G. Theodore Mitau, Joseph C. Harder

The trend toward statewide planning for higher education, the pressures behind the trend, and the sometimes-sticky problems involved were the subject of a SCUP conference in March 1973. This article is adapted from the remarks of three conference panelists and represents a discussion of statewide planning from three viewpoints: the institutional administrator (James L. Fisher, president, Towson State College, Maryland), the systemwide administrator (G. Theodore Mitau, chancellor, Minnesota State College System), and the legislator (Joseph C. Harder, chair, Education Committee, Kansas State Senate).

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