Education Group Encouraging General Education Reform
Featuring college case studies and key findings from over 300 U.S. and Canada institutions surveyed, the education-based organization Academic Impressions published its report, General Education Reform: Unseen Opportunities, in October. Though research discovered 80 percent of the surveyed institutions have completed or are currently reforming their curriculum, the report discusses how most programs offer too many choices for students, and do not state clear goals or reflect the institution’s mission. As a result, the report offers steps institutions can take to manage costs, close the “skills gap”, and improve curriculum offered to students.
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Topics: Education Reform