Education: Mann Centenary

The years 1935-36-37 will be marked in U. S. educational history as a notable centennial season. Celebrated last year was the 30th anniversary of the first U. S. high school, Boston Latin, which was founded in 1635. Celebrated all last summer was the 300th birthday of Harvard, first U. S. college (TIME, Sept. 28). At Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, last week began the year-long observance of the Centenary of the great U. S. educator, Horace Mann.

To Yellow Springs, to pull the trigger of the opening gun of the Mann Centenary,...

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