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Derek Bok

In: "Higher Education in America"

Unlike improvements in education or discoveries from research, which benefit everyone, luring talented students and able faculty from one institution to another usually fails to improve higher education as a whole.

Although undergraduates may learn valuable lessons about civics through extracurricular activities, what they learn will be haphazard and can hardly be considered a substitute for the knowledge they might gain from well-designed courses
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