Watersheds in Higher Education
James J. Van Patten
E. Mellen Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Education - 188 pages
Topics include tenure; academic freedom; Robert Maynard Hutchins and The University of Chicago and The Great Books; Charles Eliot of Harvard and the "elective system"; William Rainey Harper; William Heard Kilpatrick; Leland Stanford and Stanford University; Jimmy Carter and Higher Education; Clinton's education policies: Veblen's Views on Society and Education.
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