Students want social responsibility on campus

April 20, 2008

A new survey from the Association of American Colleges and Universities suggest PSE institutions could do more to educate students in personal and social responsibility. Only 30% of survey respondents “strongly agreed” their school encouraged students to become social- and civic-minded individuals. The survey also found that as students progress through their education, they become more critical of their school’s orientation toward personal and social responsibility. The report authors suggest colleges and universities should integrate moral, ethical and civic initiatives into their educational goals. The Chronicle of Higher Learning (subscription required) | AACU  

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