Education: Fifty-five Authors

Six years ago Dean George Frederick Arps and his colleagues in Ohio State University's College of Education started a demonstration high school (grades 7 to 12) on their campus. They admitted all sorts of Columbus youngsters, charged $100-a-year tuition. Today their progressive school of 300 students, "the school with the pink rooms and green blackboards," is one of the most famed in the U. S. Last week it was described in an extraordinary little book collectively written by the 55 children in University School's class of '38, the first to graduate.


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