Category Archives: Higher Education Books

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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Constrained by shrinking budgets, can colleges do more to increase the top quality of education? This chapter challenges MacCannell’s view of the contact in between hosts and guests as ‘empty meeting grounds’ by drawing upon

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West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Teaching and Learning in Greater Education, a new series edited by James M. Lang. At WES, a non-profit with over 40 years’ experience in international education analysis

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Government spending on classic printed textbooks at the moment runs at $109 per student. Subsequently, modern Islamic larger education in Southeast Asia, specifically in nations such as Malaysia and Indonesia, is analysed, focusing especially on

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Now that Obama-care” has been roundly embraced, other Obama compounds look certain to come. Rather than adding to the numerous dire predictions about larger education, Stokes describes a new breed of study universities that boldly

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