Investing in Quality: Tools for Improving Curricular Efficiency
Published On: 
January 1, 2000

Investing in Quality: Tools for Improving Curricular Efficiency

Ground-breaking publication presenting creative and practical financial models that illustrate the costs and benefits of learning-centered innovations. Provides evidence demonstrating: that financial resources are locked up in the curriculum and can be reallocated to more effectively support student learning; that campuses have many more options about how to deploy their financial resources than is usually realized; and that significant improvements to increase quality and constrain cost require new forms of collaboration on campuses.