Curriculum wars

Burgan, Mary
May 1996
Academe;May/Jun96, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p2
Opinion. Comments on American higher education, and highlights several issues concerning the curriculum. Focus of the education summit; Views on the National Association of Scholars' report which criticised professors; What influenced disagreement; Why the present curriculum in 1996, should be considered a success.


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