Make Campuses Great Centres of Civil Discourse Again

University World News
A conversation earlier this month between a group of U.S. college presidents and journalists who write about higher education, hosted by Bucknell and President John Bravman, offered a glimpse into how leaders from some of the nation’s most selective institutions are struggling right along with the rest of the country with the question of how to bridge the deep divides both on campus and across the United States today. This story on that event reports that a survey last spring by Bucknell’s Institute for Public Policy found that well over half of Americans give college education a grade of C or lower. Just 10% gave an A.

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