Tuesday, October 16, 2018 |
Department: Reconnaissance —
Topic: College —
Truth, Be Known
How to Find Knowledge Despite the Manifold Vanities of the Modern University
by Terrell Clemmons
In 1988, Charles J. Sykes published Profscam: Professors and the Demise of Higher Education. The book was a sweeping indictment of academia's abandonment of its primary mission, which is teaching. The consequences he identified have affected every sector of society. For students, it has meant watered-down courses, disengaged instructors, and overpriced degrees of questionable value. For businesses, it has meant a hiring pool of immature graduates with poor problem-solving and communication skills. And . . .
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