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Today’s Students Are Still Active in Society

Arthur Levine, Teachers College President, and co-author, with Jeanette S. Cureton, of When Hope and Fear Collide: A Portrait of Today's Student, wrote an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education’s February 26 issue entitled "A New Generation of Student Protesters Arises."
Arthur Levine, Teachers College President, and co-author, with Jeanette S. Cureton, of When Hope and Fear Collide: A Portrait of Today's Student, wrote an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education's February 26 issue entitled "A New Generation of Student Protesters Arises." In the article, Levine debunks the stereotype of today's college students. The article mentions findings from a study that Levine and Cureton conducted a few years back which show that students today are still active and concerned with improving the world.

For more information, go to the
Chronicle's Web site.

Published Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2002

Today’s Students Are Still Active in Society

Arthur Levine, Teachers College President, and co-author, with Jeanette S. Cureton, of When Hope and Fear Collide: A Portrait of Today's Student, wrote an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education's February 26 issue entitled "A New Generation of Student Protesters Arises." In the article, Levine debunks the stereotype of today's college students. The article mentions findings from a study that Levine and Cureton conducted a few years back which show that students today are still active and concerned with improving the world.

For more information, go to the
Chronicle's Web site.
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