Who is Boss?

Deutsch, Monroe E.
April 1954
New Republic;4/5/54, Vol. 130 Issue 14, p19
This article focuses on the book "On Education and Freedom," by Harold Taylor. The book deals with the process of establishing an institution's educational policy. Education must be in hands of the faculty under the guidance of a president selected because of his educational leadership. The author believes that it must be the function and duty of the faculty to establish an institution's educational policy. He also points out dangers from the domination coming from Congressional committees and also from collegiate boards of trustees.


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