Colleges Under Freedom

June 1940
Saturday Evening Post;6/8/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 50, p28
Focuses on the freedom of colleges in the U.S. Concern of U.S. educator Frank Aydelotte on democracy and higher education; Use of an elective system introduced by educator Charles W. Eliot in colleges; Contribution of educator Robert M. Hutchins to freedom and opportuinities in higher education given to exceptional students.


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