âWhatever their initial reaction to the Bologna developments, all U.S. educators will certainly need a fuller understanding of what is happening on other shores and of the motives that are propelling this high profile international effort. Paul Gastonâs fine study meets that need."?Carol Schneider, President, Association of American Colleges and Universities
This book is essential reading for anyone concerned about the ability of Americaâs higher education system to position the country for competitiveness in a global economy, about its failure to broaden access and participation, or to respond to calls for accountability, and specifically about whether it is ready to address the redoubtable challenge that Bologna Process represents on all these issues.
In this book Paul Gaston assesses the Processâ accomplishments, weighing its strengths and weaknesses, and evaluates which features pose a threat, which we can learn from, and which may be inappropriate for our system of higher education.
This book provides a realistic and balanced account of Bolognaâs achievements, and suggesting how US higher education can constructively and effectively respond.
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