Fewer and fewer colleges are requiring a full liberal arts core curriculum as part of their general education requirements. Still, many students are required to take writing, literature, and history classes… Continue Reading >>
American military colleges produce disciplined leaders that are prepared for national service in one of the four American service branches. Often these institutions are extremely selective and require letters… Continue Reading >>
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What does it mean to be an American? That seems like a simple question every American college student should be able to answer. For a majority of students, however, it is not so simple. Most college students… Continue Reading >>
Commencement season is upon us!
This past Saturday, ACTA president Anne Neal was honored with the opportunity to deliver the commencement address at Colorado Christian University. CCU is one of… Continue Reading >>
A new generation of pop stars has arisen, and with it come more college classes that seem to turn higher education into a parody of itself.
For five years, ACTA has been evaluating the curricula of America's colleges and universities through our What Will They Learn?™ project. In the past, we have released What Will They Learn?™… Continue Reading >>
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