De Bary Report

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The '''Report of the Commission on the Core Curriculum''', better known as the '''de Bary Report''', was a study of the [[Core Curriculum]] issued in [[1988]]. Its major legacy was a proposal for the establishment of an 'Extended Core'. A reduced version of this would become the [[Major Cultures]] requirement of present day.
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#REDIRECT [[William Theodore de Bary#De Bary Report]]
 
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The Report is named for its author, [[William Theodore de Bary]].
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In 1995, Prof. Timothy Cross, then a graduate student [[preceptor]] teaching core classes, wrote [[An Oasis of Order]], an essay detailing the history of the Core on its 75th anniversary. The last chapter of the essay is devoted to the de Bary Report's recommendations for an "Extended Core."
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.college.columbia.edu/core/oasis/history8.php Timothy Cross, An Oasis of Order, Ch. 8: “the integrity of the core curriculum”, 1995]
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Latest revision as of 13:02, 7 May 2013

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