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Re: Future of Dev. Courses in 4 year institutions


Norman Stahl <[log in to unmask]>


Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]>


Wed, 14 Jan 1998 20:55:20 -0600





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If a school is a Research 1 institution it is generally a flagship -- at
least in its own mind or if it is the only Research 1 in the state.  Check
out the Carnegie Foundation's Classification scheme.  That said---there are
some states where the flagship may not be a Research 1 institution because
there are none in that state.  Then the higher up the classification scheme
you find the school the more apt it is to be the flagship for the state.
Of course, history, funding, and politics all come into play (U of AZ vs
ASU).  For instance,  Martha---in Calif. is the flagship UC or UCLA --- our
is the best answer--both schools???


Norman A. Stahl, Chair
Department of
Curriculum & Instruction
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL  60115

(815) 753-9032 {office}
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