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General Education in School and College

A Committee Report by Members of the Faculties of Andover, Exeter, Lawrenceville, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale

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ISBN 9780674593473

Publication Date: 01/01/1952

142 pages

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There is striking evidence of educational duplication, of important gaps in the student’s training and experience, and of failure to arouse his interest and challenge his experience during the crucial period when he is approaching maturity. Here is a concrete plan for integrating the last two years of secondary school and the first two years of college.

This volume will be sure to interest teachers and administrators of secondary schools, colleges and universities, and all parents. It is a logical successor to General Education in a Free Society.

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