The Wall Street Journal profiles Teagle President Andrew Delbanco on why all students should have access to the humanities and his work with the Foundation to make this vision a reality. The humanities endow students with crucial, transportable skills "to read critically, learning how to pay attention to meaning and ambiguities." In partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities, Teagle aims to reinvigorate the role of the humanities in general education through Cornerstone: Learning for Living initiative. Teagle has also partnered with the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations to reduce barriers for students transferring from two-year community colleges to four-year independent colleges.