By David L. Stocum
This is an opinion piece from a hugely certified professor of technology who has served in management highlights the desire for reform in our public better schooling examine institutions. In this well-researched reference, Dr. Stocum illustrates how the contest one of the public flagship universities for more cash, study status, and gear, and the imposition of venture differentiation on public universities, is dangerous to the tutorial wishes of 21st century. The aim of the paintings is to reveal the problems that exist, supply a voice to under-recognized associations and to supply feedback for more desirable schooling method relocating forward.
- A good researched reference on frequent policy
- Offers insightful mirrored image in accordance with first-hand experience
- Examines and proposes ideas to ignite the dialog and advertise attainable recommendations to the issues in our current better schooling structure
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