Margolis, John D.
April 1971
Journal of Higher Education;Apr1971, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p318
Academic Journal
The article reports on the basic liberal arts curricula of American higher education. It discusses the need to modify the curricula in order to take into account the increasing number and the new breed of students, and the implication of the Commission on Tests' College Entrance Examination Board's report on college admissions. It comments on the systems used by some of the most distinguished universities in admitting and choosing the students who possess the requisite skills for the liberal arts.


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