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Sener John
A better Completion Agenda: expanding the range of acceptable outcomes in higher education
e-mentor, 2015, nr 2, s. 86-94, bibliogr. 51 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Edukacja, Szkolnictwo wyższe, Innowacyjność
Education, Higher education, Innovative character
The Completion Agenda provides an opportunity to educators to find new ways to focus on improving education, but only we refocus its purpose by committing to a much more expansive view of what educational success means. This requires moving the Completion Agenda beyond simple attainment to include attention to quality, educating the whole person, reclaiming the broad values which education provides, and even the value of noncompletion. Ironically, this more expansive approach would also increase the chances of educating a much larger proportion of the populace. (original abstract)
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