Education: Pan-Education

Constructive T. Coleman Du Pont has set himself to the job of securing world peace by a slow-sure method: Education. His aim is the internationalization of education.

It is, first of all, necessary to arrange that scholastic labors in one country shall be given due credit in another, so that, for example, a "Sophomore" in Italy may become, over-summer, a "Junior" in Austria or the U. S.

Having achieved this universal interchange of scholastic credits, ex-Senator Du Font's committee would then increase the opportunities for interchange of students. Money necessary to these plans...

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