W&M curriculum change debated

William and Mary campus

William and Mary campus

Thomas Jefferson’s name is being invoked on both sides of a debate over a new approach in the general education curriculum at the College of William and Mary.



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Posted: Monday, February 10, 2014 12:00 am
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Updated: 12:06 am, Tue Feb 11, 2014.


WM curriculum change debated

BY KARIN KAPSIDELIS
Richmond Times-Dispatch

Richmond Times-Dispatch

WILLIAMSBURG — The College of William and Mary plans to launch a new general education curriculum that has put the nation’s second-oldest college in an ideological crossfire about what students should be learning.


WM, which last revised its Arts Sciences curriculum in 1993, will pilot some of the courses next fall and phase in the new requirements over four years beginning with the entering class in fall 2015.

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