"To serve a larger purpose" : engagement for democracy and the transformation of higher education
Source:Temple University Press, Philadelphia, p.312 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LA227.4 .T6 2011
Keywords:Democracy and education--United States, Education, Educational leadership--United States, Educational planning--United States, Higher--United States
Contents: Democratic engagement / John Saltmarsh and Matthew Hartley -- Idealism and compromise and the civic engagement movement / Matthew Hartley -- Democratic transformation through university-assisted community schools / Lee Benson, Ira Harkavy and John Puckett -- Civic professionalism / Harry C. Boyte and Eric Fretz -- Collective leadership for engagement: reclaiming the public purpose of higher education / William M. Plater -- Chief academic officers and community-engaged faculty work / John Woodrow Presley -- Deliberative democracy and higher education: higher education's democratic mission / Nancy Thomas and Peter Levine -- Faculty civic engagement: new training, assumptions, and markets needed for the engaged American scholar / KerryAnn O'Meara -- Putting students at the center of civic engagement / Rick M. Battistoni and Nicholas V. Longo -- Civic engagement on the ropes? / Edward Zlotkowski -- Remapping education for social responsibility: civic, global, and U.S. diversity / Caryn McTighe Musil -- Sustained city-campus engagement: developing an epistemology for our time / Lorlene Hoyt -- Conclusion: Creating the democratically engaged university: possibilities for constructive action / Matthew Hartley and John Saltmarsh.