Education: Meiklejohn College?

"What will he do next?" was the question in university circles when Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn resigned the presidency of Amherst College last year after a lively spat over educational theories with the alumni and trustees (TIME, June 25, 1923, et seq.). Last week the Boston Transcript published an answer to the question.

According to the Transcript, Dr. Meiklejohn had spent most of his time, since resigning and making a country-wide lecture tour, in conferring with friends and associates over plans for a $3,000,000 "independent" college. A site had not been picked, but it seemed...

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