Making reform work: The case for transforming American higher education
Source:Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J., p.240 (2009)
Call Number:Cubb LA227.4 .Z45 2009
Keywords:Education, Educational change--United States, Higher--United States
"Making Reform Work is a practical narrative of ideas that begins by describing who is saying what about American higher education - who's angry, who's disappointed, and why. Most of the pleas for changing American colleges and universities that originate outside the academy are lamentations on a small number of too often repeated themes. The critique from within the academy focuses on issues principally involving money and the power of the market to change colleges and universities. Sandwiched between these perspectives is a public that still has faith in an enterprise that it really doesn't understand."