Education: Church & State

Last week 10,000 U. S. school superintendents and their professorial advisers gathered in Atlantic City prepared, as usual, to sun themselves, dine, dance and hear some 500 speakers roll off some 1,500,000 more or less hackneyed words. But the 68th annual convention of the American Association of School Administrators turned out to be far from hackneyed.

School superintendents favor Federal aid for schools as naturally as businessmen favor more and better business. Hence, they were well pleased with the recent report of Franklin Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on Education. That committee, to overcome...

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