Analysis Of Big School V. Small School

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In the article, “Big School Vs. Small School,” Constance Faye Mudore explains the pros and cons of attending a small or large college. Mudore works as a writer, counselor, and advocate. Her ultimate goal in life is to live and learn as she goes through life. She has traveled the world and served as a first responder while working in the World Trade Center. Mudore first attended the University of Illinois Chicago from 1975 to 1977 and earned a Bachelor 's degree in Political Science. Mudore furthered her education and got her Master’s degree in Counseling at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986. Then, in 2011, she got another Master’s degree in Public Health. Constance Faye Mudore is a credible source for her article, “Big School Vs.…show more content…
Small School,” Constance Faye Mudore provokes thought when she discusses the pros and cons of going to a small college compared to a large college. Her audience is pushing towards people who want to further their education after high school and study at college. She makes her point by contrasting the class size, costs/tuition, social life, availability of programs, and privacy issues between small and large colleges. In Mudore’s article, she writes about the differences between these things and how it can affect students’ learning. Mudore writes “...there’s no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to college” (par.2). She uses examples by quoting people’s honest opinions who currently go to small and large colleges to back up her own outlook. Mudore does a wonderful job supporting her outlook with examples so the audience can understand what she is…show more content…
Small School” and “Large or Small College?,” Mudore and the NACAC both discuss the pros and cons of attending large and small colleges. These two articles are similar in some ways but different in many other ways. Although both articles analyze class size and social life, the article by the NACAC is presented a lot better than the other article by Mudore. “Large or Small College?,” by the NACAC examines how class size affects other aspects of college, whereas “Big School Vs. Small School,” by Mudore examines class size along with other pros and cons. Both of these articles skip from one topic to the other with no transitions but the article by the NACAC is more understanding and organized when
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