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free read Were Losing Our Minds 106 ¸ America is being held back by the uality and uantity of learning in college This is a true educational emergency Many college graduates cannot think critically write effectively solve problems understand complex issues or meet employers' expectations We are losing our minds—and endangering our social economic and scAlue not cost; financial 'solutions' alone won't work In this book Keeling and Hersh argue that the only solution making learning the highest priority in college demands fundamental change throughout higher educatio. Read the first half throw the second half out Great in identifying the issues and problems not so insightful when it comes to solutions Suggestions are incremental improvements at best

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America is being held back by the uality and uantity of learning in college This is a true educational emergency Many college graduates cannot think critically write effectively solve problems understand complex iss. Where do I begin This book is highly repetitive and could have been reduced to about 20 pages in length The authors spent about 70% of the time in an attempt to convince the reader that the humanistic creation of meaning is the way that higher learning occurs There are many problems with this as can be found with a uick search This book contained too much conjecture and a multitude of meaningless platitudes I would never recommend this book to anyone I should also mention that the authors make their living off of promoting the image that low learning in college can be remedied by reading their ideas I am skeptical of their objectivity

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Were Losing Our MindsUes or meet employers' expectations We are losing our minds and endangering our social economic and scientific leadership Critics say higher education costs too much and should be efficient But the real problem is v. Very intelligent critiue of American higher education that is deeply informed by neuroscience developmental psychology and social organization theory that is also balanced with passionately argued practical considerations for implementing real reforms and change for higher learning