"Ways To Improve College Education"!
Why College education is so important? America's colleges and universities are in crisis.
They cost far too much: America spends thousands more per post-secondary student than any other OECD nation. For all that money, we achieve outcomes: 42 percent of students who enter a four-year institution fail to leave that school with a degree within six years, and studies find that many students' improvement in thinking skills is insignificant or nonexistent. Graduates typically leave with mountains of debt and struggle to find work.In a trend that would have been unthinkable ten years ago, Americans are expressing skepticism about higher education—not just with their voices, but also with their pocketbooks and their time. At all but the most elite schools, application numbers are down, and students are increasingly choosing less-expensive schools, starting at community colleges, or otherwise seeking to control costs.Colleges are feeling the pinch. Specially college tuition has become a major issue for the middle class family. It was too high for them, but the education system of college is the same like it was 50 years ago. There are three ways we can make it right. Require a core curriculum, Improve the technology , and, Reform the college accreditation System. These three things can really change the college education. A core curriculum should be mandatory for each college students. It used to be common for students to begin their college careers with a general education program made up of core courses in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and a few other subjects. Often these
courses introduced students to great works and ideas; at their best, such courses provided students in disparate fields with a common intellectual experience and turned them into a community of learners. And in any event they leave all students with a common grounding in basic knowledge.Today, however, only a few schools maintain such...