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CHRONICLE ISSUE BRIEF:
Reforming Gen Ed: Strategies for Success on Your Campus
In
2013, the University of Kentucky implemented a new general education program that simultaneously revived its struggling English department. The process of curriculum redesign is complex and time consuming, but if approached thoughtfully, can reinvigorate struggling departments and increase enrollment.
The Chronicle issue brief, Reforming Gen Ed: Strategies for Success on Your Campus,
explores the key elements of a 21st-century curriculum, provide an inside look into successful — and struggling — gen ed revamp efforts, and offers guidance on how to navigate the process.
Purchase your copy and learn how to:
Assess your institution's readiness and expectations for gen-ed reformSet appropriate goals and get buy-in from key roles and departmentsDevelop the right strategy for your campusIdentify potential obstacles and conflict that may surface during the gen-ed reform process
The redesign process should be carefully tailored to your institution's culture and mission. Get this issue brief and
learn how to adapt proven strategies for your school's goals. 
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