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Why China Isn’t Winning: American Higher Ed Is Still Much, Much Better – David Lundquist – International – The Atlantic

I seem to recall posting this article by David Lundquist without comment.  It is worth mulling over.  Especially consternating for those of us who care are the “soft skills” with their cultural implications.

Chinese students are not only less likely to graduate without pleasant and fulfilling romantic experiences, they’re also less likely to know themselves in many senses that Americans see as essential: tendencies under stress, life trajectory or, more practically, career preferences.

via Why China Isn’t Winning: American Higher Ed Is Still Much, Much Better – David Lundquist – International – The Atlantic.

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