Introduction
 
The Context
 
The National Center
 
Major Themes
 
Conclusion
 
Endnotes
 
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Conclusion

Through its studies, publications, and its convening and communications strategies, the Center will seek to present its work and to define and frame core public policy issues regarding higher education. As it prepares its initial agenda and as it reaches significant milestones, the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education will consult with those most knowledgeable about higher education policy for their advice on framing issues and questions, on possible research projects, and on priorities. The Center will make information and recommendations available to those responsible for public policy, the higher education community, opinion leaders, and the broader public and the media. By any measure, a critical criterion for assessing the Centerâs work will be the extent to which the policy questions that it asks are relevant to the long-term interests of the American public regarding higher education.

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