Colleges focus excessively on positioning and pressing pupils through, and inadequate on educational rigor and quality. Change — and never only a little — becomes necessary across advanced schooling, Richard Keeling and Richard Hersh argue.
America faces an emergency in greater learning. Too numerous university graduates aren’t willing to think critically and artistically, speak and compose cogently and demonstrably, re re solve dilemmas, understand complex issues, accept obligation and accountability, use the perspective of other people, or meet up with the expectations of companies. Continue reading “Without a doubt about community Change for Learning”