Education: In Chicago

President Max Mason of Chicago University was host last week to an Institute for Administrative Officers of Institutions of Higher Learning. Discussions centred on his proposition that colleges will get nowhere while they work on "the assumption that the majority of students come to our colleges to resist education." Whether that assumption arises from or determines the undergraduate attitude, the fact remains that there is a game of student v. instructor, learning v. credits. This game would stop and the players either go home or work seriously, thinks President Mason, if...

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