Peter Wood on Larry Parks Show

Peter Wood

In an interview with Larry Parks, NAS president Peter Wood discussed the National Association of Scholars' work in higher education reform, specifically relative to politicization in higher education; the higher education bubble and its relationship to K-12 education; the campus sustainability movement; liberal arts education and the hookup culture at Bowdoin College, and the upcoming Supreme Court decision on racial preferences in university admissions. 

Click on the video below to watch the 35-minute interview.

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