The Curriculum

The Curriculum
Oct 15, 2018
College doubles down on its residential liberal arts mission with new core curriculum.

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January 7, 2019

To many people, vocational education has often meant learning a trade, but a more profound and important meaning of the term has been coming back into use, writes David S. Cunningham.

November 28, 2018

The University of Wisconsin System should consider much better strategies for reducing costs and enhancing revenue, argues Benjamin Rifkin.

October 15, 2018

College doubles down on its residential liberal arts mission with new core curriculum.

September 7, 2018

Purdue Global faculty members will no longer be required to sign a contentious employee agreement that allowed the university to be arbiter of who owns rights to instructional materials.

September 6, 2018

A more affordable and effective pathway to a bachelor's of science degree in nursing may be apprenticeship.

August 6, 2018

What's a general education? Book by noted literary critic advocates a return to the basics.

April 10, 2018

Chicago's proposed undergraduate business major was short-lived, but the economics faculty found a way to save it, as a new "track."

April 2, 2018

The claim that cutting back on certain liberal arts majors means that an institution cannot be university makes assumptions that are worth examining, writes Greg Summers.

September 18, 2017

Proliferating course offerings can overwhelm and confuse students and make a college education seem like a box-checking exercise rather than a cohesive and comprehensive intellectual endeavor, argues Loni Bordoloi Pazich.

June 27, 2017

They can have unintended consequences, writes Donal O’Shea. And the trick is to find those that actually improve student learning.

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