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The following entry is from Dr. Owen Anderson (Arizona State University), a Fellow of the Institute for Classical Education.  I am starting a series on the Academy. We need to assess the state of the Academy and the challenges it faces. This includes questions about its purpose and how it achieves that purpose. It can be...

Guest contributor: Dr. Michael Ivins, “Liberal Arts and the Vocational Sciences”   One avenue for promoting the value of liberal education in an educational environment which emphasizes the importance of STEMM fields is arguing that the kind of critical thinking skills developed in the study of the humanities are beneficial not only for work in the sciences...