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Call to Purpose: Mission-Centered Change at Three Liberal by Matthew Hartley

By Matthew Hartley

A decade in the past, the vast majority of liberal arts schools, struggling with a decline in assets, drifted from their conventional missions. This examine appears to be like at 3 insitutions and means that a transparent undertaking is greater than a standard goal.

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