Education: Chart Made

''To give us the proper chart by which to steer our educational course" President Hoover two years ago appointed the National Advisory Committee on Education. Chief question to be mulled over was whether to revive (not, as many people think, create) the Federal Department of Education which existed briefly after Congressman James Abram Garfield (see col. 3) helped establish it in 1867. Under Director Charles Riborg Mann of the American Council on Education and President Henry Suzzallo of the Carnegie Foundation, 52 savants labored and brought forth last fortnight a bulky report....

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