Colleges In Kansas Cut the Amount of General Ed Credits Students Need

Instead of watering down curriculum, Kansas colleges have built a dam between students and the tremendous number of credits required in the past to graduate.

According to KCTV 5, Wichita State University was the latest—in a collection of universities throughout Kansas—to reduce students’ general education workload and increase their time and attention on classes directly related to their major.

In many instances, less is more—the overproduction of materials that fill our landfills or makeup concealing someone’s natural beauty. When it comes to education, especially institutions of higher learning, less will only equate to less.

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