Education: The U. S. Sits In

Last week the U.S. officially moved into the eleven-month-old United Nations powwow on postwar education. To London went the State Department's broad-beamed, broad-minded Ralph Edmond Turner, a brilliant and experienced educator. He will sit as an observer with the representatives of ten other United Nations (and the still unofficial observers of Russia, China, India, the British Dominions). Chairman is British education chief Richard Austen Butler.

So far no one outside the powwow knows its exact agenda or how it is progressing. But U.S. educational circles felt sure that the discussion revolved around the hopeful principles adopted last month by a major meeting...

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