THE ROLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE WAR AND AFTER by

THE ROLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE WAR AND AFTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For college and university administrators, largely, facts and figures rather than theories and concepts relating to higher education. The Ass. Com. of Education of New York state and Denison University's Dean of Women survey statistically the impact of war on the colleges, the changes effected to date and others it will bring, in such matters as enrollment, faculty, administrative policies, curricula; the matter of acceleration, the special training programs for the services, the extension of facilities, of financial support, equalizing costs and opportunities for a greater number of students. Not a book in competition, for example, with Mark Van Doren's Liberal Education.

Publisher: Harper