Liberal Education

Liberal Education, Summer 2010
Summer 2010

This issue presents highlights of the 2010 annual meeting. Also included are articles on the hidden costs of low four-year graduation rates, interfaith dialogue, the pedagogy of the debate over evolution and intelligent design, teaching for ethical reasoning, and California’s Master Plan.

Liberal Education, Spring 2010
Spring 2010

Articles by educational leaders at West Point, the Air Force Academy, and the Naval Academy explore how and why these institutions continue to prioritize liberal education even as they reshape their curricula to meet changing demands of military service in the twenty-first century.The issue also presents new research on living-learning programs, strategies for strengthening higher education in tough economic times, and a case for making visual literacy a central component of a contemporary liberal education.

Liberal Education, Winter 2010
Winter 2010

This issue features the changing role of the humanities in today's academy. It includes articles about the centrality of the arts within the humanities, new data tracking the humanities in both K-12 and higher education, and contemporary challenges faced by those who teach and care about the humanities. Authors present various approaches to making the case for the continued importance of the humanities both for economic success and democratic vitality.

Liberal Education, Fall 2009
Fall 2009

Drawing from a recent public forum cosponsored by AAC&U and Clark University, this issue presents a series of commissioned papers on liberal education and effective practice. Also included are articles on individualized learning across the curriculum and the need to recognize emotion as a part of knowing.

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