Education: Obstacle

College graduates, like the rest of the U. S. population, believe three children in a family is ideal. But while the average family on relief goes over that quota, the average college graduate's family falls short. To find out why, Dr. John C. Flanagan, assistant director of the American Council on Education's Cooperative Test Service, made a minute study* of 300 families of professional people.

Last week Dr. Flanagan reported that he had proved definitely that college graduates are no less capable of producing children than other groups. But most of his group,...

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