Education: Institutes

Bitter and unfair is the adage: "Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach" To people who organize and attend summer Institutes—modification of the Chautauqua idea—might be applied the formula: "Those who would like to, discuss."

Last week the summer Institute season came into full bloom. At the University of Virginia and at Williams College swarmed serious men with bulging briefcases, eager ladies with large notebooks. They lived in the dormitories, pursued adult education. To the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, they had come for the third Institute of Public Affairs....

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