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The commission was created in 1996 by A۰P۰L۰U to help define the direction public universities should go in the future and to recommend an action agenda to speed up the process of change.
A grant of $1.2 million was awarded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to fund the 25-member presidential commission through March 2000. The commission was charged not only with defining and bringing to public attention the kinds of changes occurring at public universities today, but with analyzing necessary reforms and suggesting ways to accomplish them and monitor the results. A series of reports document the commission's findings.
:: Latest Kellogg Report
:: Returning to Our Roots: Executive Summaries of the Reports of the Kellogg Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities (January 2001)
:: Renewing the Covenant: Learning, Discovery, and Engagement in a New Age and Different World (March 2000)
:: Returning to Our Roots: Toward a Coherent Campus Culture (January 2000)
:: Returning to Our Roots: A Learning Society (September 1999)
:: Returning to Our Roots: The Engaged Institution (February 1999)
:: Returning to Our Roots: Student Access (May 1998)
:: Returning to Our Roots: The Student Experience (April 1997)
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