Jul 01, 2015

Do colleges and universities really teach highe...

If higher education is supposed to teach higher-order thinking, then why is the business industry frustrated? career--critical-businessIn today’s fast-paced economy, employers need new hires who can fail fast, solve problems quickly, and learn continuously. At the core of these abilities are critical thinking and information literacy skills. But, after completing four years of college...

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