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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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Publication Date: 01/01/1952

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  • Introduction
  • I. Main Objectives
  • II. Specific Weaknesses and Failures
  • III. The Essentials of a Liberal Education
  • IV. A Program of Study: General Principles
  • V. A Program of Study: Specific Areas
    • The English Language
    • Foreign Languages
    • Mathematics
    • The Natural Sciences
    • The Social Studies
      • American History
      • Western Civilization
      • Contemporary Society
    • Literature
    • The Arts
    • Values
  • VI. Motivation
  • VII. A Seven-Year Program: Planned Acceleration
  • VIII. Conclusion
  • Appendix
    • A Proposal for an Experiment in Advanced Placement
    • Excerpts from Student Questionnaires

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