Here is the beginning of a lovely article in The City Journal.
See what I mean about finding solutions if you just look?A teaching company gives the public what the academy no longer supplies: a curriculum in the monuments of human thought. The canon of great literature, philosophy, and art is thriving—in the marketplace, if not on college campuses. For the last 20 years, a company called the Great Courses has been selling recorded lectures in the humanities and sciences to an adult audience eager to brush up its Shakespeare and its quantum mechanics. The company produces only what its market research shows that customers want. And that, it turns out, is a curriculum in the monuments of human thought, taught without the politically correct superiority and self-indulgent theory common in today’s colleges.