06.09.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Great Books Can Heal Our Divided Campuses

Teagle president Andrew Delbanco discusses why colleges need more programs for students of different backgrounds to wrestle with big questions.

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05.25.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

The Meaning of Success

More than 3,000 Austin Community College students have been impacted by the Teagle-supported Great Questions Seminar, a discussion-based study of transformative texts.

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04.18.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

College: What It Was, Is, and Should Be - Second Edition

Teagle president Andrew Delbanco's book College: What It Was, Is, and Should Be, originally published in 2012, was re-released on April 18 by Princeton University Press.
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04.10.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

A Renaissance from Below

Through impactful discussion-based courses like the Great Questions Seminar and other Cornerstone: Learning for Living programs, community colleges can help lead a humanistic revival in higher education.
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04.02.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Gen Ed: Its Past, Present and Possible Future

Universities can create a common intellectual experience for students through general education programs like Cornerstone: Learning for Living.
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03.15.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

The Defenders of Classical Education Are Destroying It

Roosevelt Mont├ís, who serves on the Advisory Council of the Cornerstone: Learning for Living initiative, says liberal education is essential to democracy. 
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