Education: War & Youth

In Washington last week war hung like a thundercloud over the 24th annual meeting of the American Council on Education. Representatives of the 534 schools and teachers' associations were told about the effects of war on youth—as they have been in Britain, as they are developing in the U.S., as they are likely to be when war is over.

The Story in Britain. Harvard's gentle, alert President James Bryant Conant, who tripped to Britain last March for President Roosevelt, told what 19 months of mobilization had done to Britain's universities.

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