Education: Radical

From Brazil to Manhattan in the fall of 1936 went Fernando Tude de Souza, a young Brazilian physician, to prepare himself at Columbia University's Teachers College to take charge of reorganization of education in the state of Bahia. Bearing letters from Brazilian officials, who held him one of the country's most promising students of education, Fernando de Souza was introduced to U. S. educators by Dr. Stephen Duggan, director of the Institute of International Education. He soon became a campus character at Teachers College, famed for his difficulties with English, his...

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