From 1945 to1970, a new set of problems helped to transform the higher education. After 1949, there was an explosion of enrollments due to governmental agencies which recognized that higher education had been proven efficient, even during the war. This led to the creation of public policies at both state and federal levels.
describe the 'Golden Age' in American higher education. Then, examine the impact of demographics and funding on higher education. Why do you think the GI Bill gained so much momentum? What are its advantages and drawbacks? How is it influential nowadays?