Building Public Governing Board Capacity Through State-Level Education Programs for College and University Board Members

By September 5, 2013 March 12th, 2019 Briefs

State policymakers and the public at large have a vested interest in the successful governance of their higher education system. The citizens who are appointed or elected to serve as trustees and regents of the state’s colleges and universities oversee valuable public assets that they hold in trust for the state and current and future generations. All appointments to governing and coordinating boards need to be made with care, and, once selected, board members need the support and resources necessary to fulfill their institutional responsibilities while serving their states and communities.

Publication Year: 2013

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