|Statement||Edited by W. Todd Furniss.|
|Contributions||Furniss, W. Todd 1921- ed., American Council on Education.|
|LC Classifications||LB2325 .H485|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 284 p.|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||70152685|
PART ONE: PREMISE: HIGHER EDUCATION AS: -Means: -Educational Programs for Everybody / W. Todd Furniss --Planned Programs / Joseph J. Schwab --Programs: Industry's Role / Douglas M. Knight --California's Master Plan: Some Kind of Education for Nearly Everybody / Charles J. Hitch --Process: -Admissions and the Crisis in American Higher. MCAT Complete 7-Book Subject Review Online + Book + 3 Practice Tests (Kaplan Test Prep) Kaplan Test Prep Paperback $ $ 25 $ $ Praise “Bring on the Books for Everybody is a lively and entertaining assault on some widely held shibboleths about popular cultureIt is salutary to read a work that takes the ordinary reader seriously while engaging in literary criticism.” — Andrew Hadfield, TLS “[A] lively study that moves from strip mall to television to the multiplex to virtual reading communities”. For the past few decades, it has been widely argued that a college degree is a prerequisite to entering the middle class in the United States. Study after .
Author discusses new book on how technology is changing K education, and the lessons of schools' experiences for higher education. First, higher education in the United States must make a long overdue effort to redefine "the college student." Today's working definition is based on an out-of-date stereotype--the full-time undergraduate resident in a four-year college.