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From The Editor. What More Must We Do? Leaving Western Civ Behind. Liberal Education. Braskamp and Mark E. Student and institutional characteristics Students differ on their global perspective-taking depending on their gender, ethnicity, and age.
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Table 1. Mean differences for background items across GPI domains Community, cocurriculum, and curriculum Student views of their college as a community. Figure 4. Mean pretest-posttest differences on the GPI for study abroad Implications We present these results with the goal of having campus leaders focus on the connections between desired outcomes of college—global perspective-taking—and the program, practices, and activities educators can employ most effectively to foster the development of students.
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