Published: December 06, 2012
Special Issue of 'Contexts' Magazine Tackles Troubled State of Higher Education in U.S.
Newswise - WASHINGTON, DC, December 6, 2012 - In an effort to raise awareness and generate public discussion about the troubled state of higher education in the United States, the editors of Contexts have produced a special issue of the magazine.
"As a nation, we're at a crucial moment in terms of higher education," said Arlene Stein, a sociology professor at Rutgers University and co-editor of Contexts, a quarterly magazine of the American Sociological Association that makes cutting-edge social research accessible to general readers.
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