Declining by Degrees - 2005 - DVDRip XVID MP3 - GCJM
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How good is higher education in America?
In this revealing documentary, veteran correspondent John Merrow takes you behind the ivy-covered walls of our colleges and universities to see if they are delivering on their promise.
Debunking commonly held notions about the rite of passage known as the college experience, this PBS documentary follows 30 students and their teachers along the path of higher education, from admission to graduation, and exposes the disappointment, disorientation and deflation many students feel in both public and private schools. This revealing study also addresses the quality and readiness of Americas future work force.
DVD Release Date: September 6, 2005
Country : America
Language : English
Subtitles : n/a
IMDb : n/a
Genre : Documentary
Size : 1001 MB
Runtime : 01:56:09
Video Codec : XviD
Resolution : 720 x 404
Framerate : 23.976 fps
Video Bitrate : 1004 kbps
Audio Format : MP3
Audio Bitrate : 192 kb/s | 2 Channel | CBR
Sample Rate : 48 KHz
I noticed this wasn't available as torrent
so grabbed the best copy I could find
and did what I could.
Ever so slight oos issues for first half hour.
This is a source file problem.
Decided against the cut job.
Thanks god. I am going to check to make sure my library has this and if not, get it.
Another valuable source for the decline of higher education is the book called "The Five Year Party."
Oct 15 2011, 17:31 CEST
It was your inspiration, dear loninappleton, that turned me onto the book, and from there the doc.
These uploads are me returning the favour to everyone else.
Oct 15 2011, 23:11 CEST
Well my library found the book and I picked it up by accident. Most recently they got Petropolis which I got from here and made the request.
Here is something interesting: my torrent of Peter Watkins "La Commune, Paris 1871" started to get hits again-- after something like 3 years. Completions show over time over 4000. But just now I wonder if that film has been picked up or dicussed by the Occupy movement for it's modelling and narrative info. The library bought this for me too and includes a documentary on the making of a film shot on video of the Paris Commune with about 200 non actors doing the roles ad lib but in costume. It's an extraordinary feat and Watkins is virtually unknown.
Thanks for all the Chomsky work you do as well.
Today we had an Occupy event that went about 8 hours and is continuing. In this small town from which I take my handle there were 250 at peak.
Oct 16 2011, 03:08 CEST