A new report indicating that more college freshmen than ever believe education is something to be endured rather than enjoyed comes as no surprise to Russell Quaglia, director of the National Center for Student Aspirations at the University of Maine. The recently released report from the Los Angeles-based Higher Education Research Institute is on target with the Aspirations Center's surveys of Maine high school students who say that school is neither energizing nor challenging.
Hyatt, Kay, "National Report Parallels Maine Surveys on Student Aspirations, Attitudes Toward Learning" (1998). General University of Maine Publications. 1833.
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