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An article from the Chronicle examines Kentucky governor Matthew Bevin's claims that the state's public universities are funding too many liberal arts majors and not enough engineers and scientists.
An article in the Wilson Quarterly discusses what is "good" college teaching, touching on topics such as distance learning and grade inflation.
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Modern Language Association: Options for Teaching Jewish American Literature