The philosophy and future of graduate education: papers and commentaries delivered at the International Conference on the Philosophy of Graduate Education at the University of Michigan, April 13-15, 1978
William K. Frankena
University of Michigan Press, 1980 - Education - 259 pages
Explores graduate education as it faces declining enrollments and a shortage of job opportunities for college teachers.
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A Case for the Public Interest
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