Goals such as providing "whole person education", "life-long learning" and making "responsible citizens" are problematic because they are fuzzy and nebulous.

Universities should stop promising an education they cannot deliver

Neven Sesardic says if the wondrous benefits of a university education - beyond teaching basic skills for employment - sound too good to be true, it's because, in many cases, they are

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Goals such as providing "whole person education", "life-long learning" and making "responsible citizens" are problematic because they are fuzzy and nebulous.
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