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The Case for Skills-Based General Education

In the conversation about skills, don't overlook general education

Most students go to college to learn skills in their major, and the skills conversation reflects this. The value of general education is often overlooked next to the obvious utility of major-specific courses. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

In The Case for Skills-Based General Education, 

explore how skills can:

    Reveal existing value

    Provide a way to review and revise

    And ultimately, reconnect with the world of work

As you consider skills at your institution

make sure to include the whole picture.