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There are hidden benefits of general education – The Daily Illini

Source: There are hidden benefits of general education – The Daily Illini

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General education requirements see change

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How can institutions streamline the credit-earning process? | Education Dive

Students sometimes accumulate excess credits for deliberate reasons, but an administrator at Indiana University says there are approaches to help reduce unnecessary credits.

Source: How can institutions streamline the credit-earning process? | Education Dive

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Undergraduate education is broken. Solutions start with faculty and rigor. – The Washington Post

Source: Undergraduate education is broken. Solutions start with faculty and rigor. – The Washington Post

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The unintended consequences of too many requirements (essay)

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California Attorney General Responds to U.S. Department of Education Decision to Delay Student Protections

California Attorney General Responds to U.S. Department of Education Decision to Delay Student Protections

Source: California Attorney General Responds to U.S. Department of Education Decision to Delay Student Protections

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General Education Program

General Education Landing Page

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General Education | Association of American Colleges & Universities

Source: General Education | Association of American Colleges & Universities

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Duke undergraduate curricular reform vote tabled indefinitely after years of work

Source: Duke undergraduate curricular reform vote tabled indefinitely after years of work

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Central Michigan Life – EDITORIAL: New UP requirement fits CMU’s core values, will not make it longer for students to graduate

At its April 4 meeting, the Academic Senate at Central Michigan University voted to add a new University Program category requiring students to take a course in non-race based discrimination.We think this addition will benefit students and the entire Central Michigan University community by creating a more inclusive campus — one of the university’s core values.The new category, subgroup IV-D, will require students starting in 2019 to take a class focused on discrimination issues regarding gender, sex, identity, sexuality, sexual orientation, religion or disability.The new requirement will not force students to take additional general education credits — which was many academic senators’ major critique earlier this semester.

Source: Central Michigan Life – EDITORIAL: New UP requirement fits CMU’s core values, will not make it longer for students to graduate

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