Scholars Assess Their Progress on Improving Student Learning

In a series of speeches at the end of 1999, Lee S. Shulman, who was then president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, urged scholars to give more-sustained attention to how college students learn. The speeches were part of a…

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