Education: The World and Stanford

The possibilities of a worldwide educational organization were last week absorbing the London meeting of the United Nations education committee (TIME, Oct. 11). A bureau was proposed in which Great Britain, Russia and the U.S. would have one representative each, while large regions such as eastern Europe would have group representatives. Even before peace came, this body would begin such jobs as supplying liberated lands with educational books, laboratory equipment and films. And it would work constantly toward postwar intellectual cooperation.

In Washington, meanwhile, it was apparent that one group of U.S....

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