College: The Undergraduate Experience in America

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Wiley, Nov 15, 1987 - Education - 328 pages
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Sponsored by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Boyer considers the undergraduate experience in American higher education, paying particular attention to the way institutional structures and procedures affect the lives of students. He not only identifies the strengths and problems, but also suggests ways in which colleges and universities might be improved and students better served.

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In 1983 Boyer and his research team produced High School , a major analysis of American secondary education, funded by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. This companion volume ... Read full review

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Easily the best student affairs book i've ever read. This is a must read for any/all college educators. Read full review

Contents

A House Divided
1
A CLEAR AND VITAL MISSION
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Two Essential Goals
58
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