The Need for Curriculum Review

Dressel, Paul L.
November 1965
Journal of Higher Education;Nov1965, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p443
Academic Journal
The article reports on the need for curriculum review relative to cost, course and quality regarding education. It discusses that to experience greater productivity, the student must increase his studying hours. It also talks about different suggestions regarding course review relative to the number of students enrolled to the said course. Moreover, it discusses the categories to consider in conducting a curriculum review wherein it mentions the possibility of reduction in the number of courses offered or totality eliminating the course in the curriculum.


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