Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "This READER comprehensively covers the history of American higher education. We assume students have some exposure to American history, but no work in the history of education....This READER gives professors of higher education, who share the historians's concerns about continuity ans change, a rich vein of material from which to draw scholarly ans policy implications....The READER'S historiographic eclecticism encourages students to generate their own syntheses and outlooks. Historical analysis allows for the compexity and uncertainty of human existence, and for multiple approaches to the same phenomenon. It informs students-as well as policy makers and administrators-but does not dictate to them. " This book has 675 pages. One page of the text and several pages of the table of contents contain yellow highlighting, in NO way effecting the readability of the text.
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