Tell Me Why

Schoenberg, Robert
June 2003
Peer Review;Summer2003, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p12
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of the government in the implementation of general education reforms in the U.S. Formation of faculties responsible for defining the goals of the subject matter; Approval given by several disciplinary committees to include some courses in the general education program; Objectives of the state-level specification of general education. INSETS: GREATER EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT TRANSFER;CONTENT AREA: ARTS AND HUMANITIES.


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