Education: Teacher-Teaching

Into the learned debate of the Institute for Administrative Officers of Institutions of Higher Learning, held last week at the University of Chicago, came a gaunt pedantic spectre: the Graduate School, by which all prospective teachers must be passed. Formal and informal discussion centred in substance on the thesis: "What can improve Graduate Schools?" Said Professor Frederic Campbell Woodward, Dean of the Faculties and Vice President of the University of Chicago: "There is ample reason to fear that the members of graduate faculties, in large numbers, are still either unaware of...

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