Administrative Staffing 1987-2011, A Statistical Profile by Institution, Part 2: Alabama (Part 2) and Alaska

The federal data that is being presented in this series of posts was analyzed by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NCIR) in collaboration with the American Institutes for Research. The NECIR story on the data and its implications, written by Jon Marcus, who is currently an editor at the Hechinger Report, is available at: http://necir.org/2014/02/06/new-analysis-shows-problematic-boom-in-higher-ed-administrators/.

NECIR is one of a number of foundation-supported nonprofits that produce journalism in collaboration with other media, in this case the Boston NPR station and the Huffington Post, where this story also ran.

The data is being re-posted here with the permission of Jon Marcus.

I believe that it is worth presenting the data state by state because, in its totality, the material is so extensive as to be overwhelming. I also hope that presenting it state by state may encourage some further use of it by our chapters and conferences, as well as some examination of it by local and regional news media—perhaps at the instigation of our members, chapters, and conferences.

 

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Previous Posts in This Series:

“Administrative Staffing 1987-2011, A Statistical Profile by Institution, Part 1: Alabama (Part 1): https://academeblog.org/2015/05/27/administrative-staffing-1987-2011-a-statistical-profile-by-institution-part-1-alabama-part-1/.

 

 

 

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