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Undergraduate teaching

pmyenpmyen Registered User Posts: 539 Member
Although 10 years old, this report highlights the challenge for great universities to maintain the quality of undergraduate education.

NYT article on Harvard Task Force Report for undergraduate education. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/10/education/10harvard.html

“It’s well known that there are many other colleges where students are much more satisfied with their academic experience,” said Paul Buttenwieser, a psychiatrist and author who is a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers, and who favors the report. “Amherst is always pointed to. Harvard should be as great at teaching as Amherst.”
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