Great Books and the Crisis in Underserved Student Education

Background: Great Books Tradition in Higher Education by Tim Lacy Phd. The
Problems and Issues Reading at risk" National Endowment for the Arts produced by
Tom Bradshaw and Bonnie Nichols Research Division National Endowment for the
Arts director office of research and analysis Mark Bauerlein "Writing without Reading:
the Decline of Literature in the Composition Classroom." By John C. Briggs. The Association of L
iterary Scholars and Critics. Winter 2004.

"Why Johnny Can't Fail; how a floating standard has destroyed public education" by Jerry Jessness. Reason July 1999.

"College Dropouts and Standardized Tests" by Lenore Ostrowsky. Academic Questions spring 1999.

"I Sit with Shakespeare and He Winces Not": The Great Books And The Burgeoning of Citizenship. By Katherine A. Kersten. American Experiment Quarterly. Summer 2002.

"Swiftly! Fetch the pea filled bladders!" By J. Linn Allen. July 1, 2001.

"Required Writing Courses Should Not Focus on Politically Charged Social Issues." By Maxine C. Hairston. Chronicle of Higher Education January 23 1999

"A Higher Ideal" by Michael Martinez. Perspective: Chicago Tribune. Sunday, August 19, 2001.

Bene Note
Charles Sumner Schlicter We are All Mentioned in the Wills of Homer
"What Is a Liberal Education?

Letter from Phillip Cheifitz
"Take the Tougher Stuff" Oracle volume 1 number one Fall 1997.