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  • The Challenge of Bolognaby Paul L. Gaston; Carol Geary Schneider

    Stylus Publishing 2012; US$ 37.99

    "Gaston brings order to a reform movement burdened by information overload. The Challenge of Bologna unfolds through descriptions of the reports from the reform process in Europe, analyses of its major aspirations and accomplishments, and consideration of their application to the U.S. The long subtitle of this book is key to Gaston's argument. Unlike... more...

  • Higher Education Accreditationby Eduardo M. Ochoa; Paul L. Gaston

    Stylus Publishing 2013; US$ 29.99

    “Paul Gaston has crafted a balanced, thoughtful explanation of accreditation. With higher education changing faster than it has at any period in its history, Gaston’s book is a must-read to understand the sea change impacting higher education and how accreditation can impact our future."—Robert G. Frank, President, The University of New Mexico “There... more...

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