Terry O'Banion examines the need for an "essential education" that integrates liberal education and workforce education, asking readers to "transcend the historical divides we have created over the decades ...that may free us from the partisan positions of the past." Recalling an early 20th century labor movement slogan, "Bread and Roses," he challenges educators to take on this difficult task to better help students "make a good living and live a good life." He presents approaches for faculty consideration in creating an integrated curriculum while encouraging them to improve and move beyond the ideas he offers.
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