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The Breakdown of Higher Education

How It Happened, the Damage It Does, and What Can Be Done

Author: John M. Ellis

Publisher: Encounter Books

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Category: Education

Page: 240

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A series of near-riots on campuses aimed at silencing guest speakers has exposed the fact that our universities are no longer devoted to the free exchange of ideas in pursuit of truth. But this hostility to free speech is only a symptom of a deeper problem, writes John Ellis. Having watched the deterioration of academia up close for the past fifty years, Ellis locates the core of the problem in a change in the composition of the faculty during this time, from mildly left-leaning to almost exclusively leftist. He explains how astonishing historical luck led to the success of a plan first devised by a small group of activists to use college campuses to promote radical politics, and why laws and regulations designed to prevent the politicizing of higher education proved insufficient. Ellis shows that political motivation is always destructive of higher learning. Even science and technology departments are not immune. The corruption of universities by radical politics also does wider damage: to primary and secondary education, to race relations, to preparation for the workplace, and to the political and social fabric of the nation. Commonly suggested remedies—new free-speech rules, or enforced right-of-center appointments—will fail because they don’t touch the core problem, a controlling faculty majority of political activists with no real interest in scholarship. This book proposes more drastic and effective reform measures. The first step is for Americans to recognize that vast sums of public money intended for education are being diverted to a political agenda, and to demand that this fraud be stopped.

Financing of Higher Education in Less-developed Countries

Author: Fasihul Hasan Rizvi

Publisher:

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Category: Education, Higher

Page: 140

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The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Internationalization of Higher Education in the Global South

Author: Juliet Thondhlana

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 664

View: 194

This Handbook covers a wide range of historical perspectives, realities, research and practice of internationalization of higher education (IHE) in the global south and makes comparisons to IHE issues in the global north. Drawing on the expertise of 32 academics and policy makers based in and originating from four key regions of focus: Sub-Saharan Africa; North Africa and the Middle East; Asia Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean. Across 24 chapters the editors and contributors provide a diverse and unparalleled expose of the status and future aspirations of institutions and nations in relation to IHE. This is the first comprehensive analysis of this growing field and expands the scope of research in the field of comparative and international education in terms of theory and policy development. Includes 36 chapters written by: Hadiza Kere Abdulrahman, Salem Abodher, Giovanni Anzola-Pardo, Aref Al Attari, Norzaini Azman, Teklu Abate Bekele, Abdellah Benahnia, Andrés Bernasconi, Daniela Craciun, Hans de Wit, Futao Huang, Jocelyne Gacel-Ávila, Evelyn Chiyevo Garwe, Javier González, Gifty Oforiwaa Gyamera, Xiao HAN, Mohamed Salah Harzallah, Bola Ibrahim, Annette Insanally, Sunwoong Kim, Aliya Kuzhabekov, Kamel Mansi, Simon McGrath, Francisco Marmolejo, Georgiana Mihut, Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda, Bandele Olusola Oyewole, Rakgadi Phatlane, Francisca Puyol, Laura E. Rumbley, Chika T Sehoole, Wenqin SHEN, Luz Inmaculada Madera Soriano, Wondwosen Tamrat, Juliet Thondhlana, Julie Vardhan, Chang Da Wan, Anthony Welch, Ayenachew A. Woldegiyorgis, Renée Zicman.

The Crisis and Collapse of Higher Education in India

Author: Jai Dev Sethi

Publisher: Stosius Incorporated/Advent Books Division

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 255

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Higher Education for Everybody?

Issues and Implications

Author: Warren Todd Furniss

Publisher: Washington : American Council on Education

ISBN:

Category: Education, Higher

Page: 284

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Higher Education in Stages

Summary of the 47th Report to the Government

Author:

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Category: Education, Higher

Page: 49

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Higher Education in the USSR

Author: A. Y. Savelyev

Publisher:

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Category: Communism

Page: 94

View: 273

Toward a New World Outlook

A Documentary History of Education in the People's Republic of China, 1949-1976

Author: Shi Ming Hu

Publisher: New York : AMS Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 335

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The Scholarship of Academic Development

Author: Heather Eggins

Publisher: Open University Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 208

View: 270

In recent times academic development has moved from the margins to the mainstream of higher education institutions. This work addresses the concept and nature of academic development and examines research into and within the field. It shows how academic development might be distinguished from and overlap with educational development and staff development, and how it encompasses those activities concerned with developing learning and teaching in higher education at individual, departmental, faculty, institutional and even at national/international levels.

Public Higher Education in Tennessee

A Report to the Education Survey Subcommittee of the Tennessee Legislative Council Submitted December 2, 1957

Author: Tennessee. General Assembly. Legislative Council Committee

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Category: Universities and colleges

Page:

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