Category Archives: Higher Education Books

Typically speaking, there are two major philosophies of education: an older model which addresses moral and spiritual issues of the thoughts and heart of man, and a newer 1 which trains us to manipulate and

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Printed textbooks are nevertheless widely employed these days in spite of the rapidly-increasing popularity of e-books and other non-traditional types of books. She is the author of many publications on internationalisation concepts and methods, top

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A few months ago, an editor from an academic publisher got in touch to ask if I was interested in writing a book for them. It is hoped that the discussions in this book will

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WICHE’s electronic reality book, Policy Indicators for Larger Education: WICHE States, presents regional as well as state-by-state information with analyses on several fiscal, demographic, economic, and social indicators critical to policymakers, educators, and researchers in

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A lot of the commentary on our higher education program is fawning, creating the impression that our program is excellent and lacking only in adequate monetary support. The rise of greater education in East Asia,

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