The Core: A Pluralistic Approach

Finn Jr., Chester E.
June 1989
Academic Questions;Summer89, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p33
Academic Journal
Examines the core curriculum on higher education in the U.S. Characteristic of core curriculum; Reasons on the rarity of liberal arts in colleges and universities; Relationship between core curriculum and academic requirements.


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