Watchable Wildlife and Demand-Driven General Education

R. B. Alley

The Journal of General Education (2013)

DOI: 10.5325/jgeneeduc.62.1.0037

The societal benefits of an educated citizenry may be lost if “customers” at tuition-driven universities demand less of what they pay for because they value a credential more than the education it represents. Insights from potential employers may help students see the value of education and demand their money's worth.

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