Why the Arts (and the Imagination) Are the Future, Too
To truncate the education of students in the twenty-first century, a century that is likely to be quite tumultuous in its dislocations, its challenges, and its opportunities, is a problem.
The Death of Higher Education?
When I first started college, at the age of seventeen, it was expected that I would find a job after studying hard, writing papers, and taking exams for four years. In fact, college or university education came with a spoken guarantee that I would find a good paying job with little or no effort.