Lives on the Boundary: A Moving Account of the Struggles and Achievements of America's Educationally Unprepared - pp. 68-84 Summary & Analysis

Mike Rose (educator)
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pp. 68-84 Summary and Analysis

Mike Rose is now headed for graduate school at UCLA. He wants a program that will help to develop him intellectually and prepare him to teach. He wants to be able to use books to change the lives of others, just as books had changed his life. Rose was now sharing an apartment with John Connor and two other friends.

UCLA is much larger than Loyola, and Rose is impressed with its size. Rose discusses the course he was enrolled in that first semester and the Professors who taught them. Bibliography was a course on library research methods and resources taught by Charles Gullans. Rose also took courses on literature and began preparing for the language requirement. Rose was well prepared from the education and training he had received at Loyola. What was different was the competitive nature of...

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