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General Education in an Age of Student Mobility
Considers the challenge of designing a coherent curriculum for an increasingly mobile student population. Asks how the integrity of individual general education programs can be maintained in the face of public pressures to simplify transfer. Might colleges and universities assess students on the basis of specific learning outcomes, or will they continue to regard a random collection of credit hours as though it amounted to a meaningful education?
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General Education in an Age of Student Mobility: An Invitation to Discuss Systemic Curricular Planning
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