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Liberal Education Spring 2013: What Do Employers Want
This issue presents the findings from a new national survey of employer priorities for college learning and student success, along with the text of a new compact through which employers and leaders of higher education institutions have pledged to make common cause in behalf of the quality of college learning; additional context for both is supplied by a pair of articles on what graduates need to succeed, in life and work, over the long term. Also included are articles on how American education must change in order to meet twenty-first-century imperatives, on how students define success in college, on ways to achieve greater transparency in teaching and ways to encourage greater self-examination and reflection among students, and on a contemporary decline of empathy.
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Liberal Education Spring 2013: What Do Employers Want from College Graduates?
Vol. 99, No. 2
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