Community college English professors worry that they're being discouraged from teaching the kind of fiction that can change students' lives.
If the purpose of a college education is for students to learn, academe is failing, according to Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses, a book being released today by University of Chicago Press.
University moves to eliminate or change 40% of its degree programs so that science can receive more emphasis. Philosophy survives; classics does not.
Lynn University in Florida finds a way to answer general critiques of academic quality: a return to a retooled core curriculum.
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