Higher Education's Purpose: Intellectual and Social Progress
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Higher Education's Purpose: Intellectual and Social Progress

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Is higher education in crisis? There are certainly some serious problems facing colleges and universities today. This book examines the internal and external problems facing higher education and offers some specific recommendations-addressing such issues as tenure, curriculum, administration, and funding-that are necessary for the fullest realization of purpose. There has...more
Paperback, 166 pages
Published October 16th 2008 by University Press of America
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