Encounters With Diversity, on Campuses and in Coursework, Bolster Critical-Thinking Skills

Worries about the quality of undergraduate education tend to be magnified by concerns about the increasing diversity of students entering college.

Many colleges are already struggling to adequately teach students and to document their learning to the public. How well will those institutions be able to meet the needs of tomorrow's students, who will hail from more-varied racial, ethnic, educational, and economic backgrounds, than today's?

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