The Three Stages of Gen Ed Reform

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CHRONICLE ISSUE BRIEF:
Reforming Gen Ed: Strategies for Success on Your Campus
Tight budgets and competing priorities have resulted in institutions
letting years go by without assessing their gen ed curriculum. A strong and effective general education program requires continual training, assessment, and adaptation. Though the redesign process is complex and time consuming, it can be simplified and streamlined with an outcome-based, three-step approach.
The Chronicle issue brief, Reforming Gen Ed: Strategies for Success on Your Campus,
explores the key elements of a 21st-century curriculum, provides an inside look into successful — and struggling — gen ed revamp efforts, and offers guidance on how to break the process up into stages.
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
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