- "The Covid-19 pandemic and racial reckoning revealed huge fissures in political, social, and scientific infrastructure and response, as well as stark underlying inequities. These have prompted a rethinking of college curricula as institutions wrestle with financial havoc and technological logistics. Experts caution, however, against empty virtue-signaling, or offering fare that's poorly thought out and might prove superficial and fleeting. In this Chronicle issue brief, you'll learn why there is a distinct urgency to help students understand, cope with, and eventually improve their turbulent world. While there's no one right way to incorporate racial history, moral kinship, and a balance of humanistic and scientific values into a college curriculum, students are depending on colleges' innovative thinking and empathy like never before."--Publisher's description.
- Item content: English
- Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (UNT Digital Library, viewed January 3, 2022).
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- LB2361.5 .K34 2020eb