PERSPECTIVES: Is It Academic Prioritization Or Disciplinary Culling?

“Higher ed has become a business /with/winners and losers. The biggest losers are a generation of students who are being robbed of critically engaging…the arts, humanities, theater, music, history, religious studies and philosophy, political science, sociology, anthropology, and foreign languages–the disciplines that have proven to contribute deeply to enhancing one’s malleable intelligence, a sense of civic duty and social responsibility, and engagement in critical citizenship.” For more, read Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt‘s essay in Inside Higher Education.

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