Education: Report Card

¶ Boston's Roman Catholic Archbishop Richard J. Gushing complained that none of the 40 Massachusetts delegates chosen to attend the White House Conference on Education represents the state's Roman Catholic elementary and secondary schools (total enrollment: 200,500). He charged that "apparently both the letter and the spirit of what at first promised to be a 'broadly conceived study of education' have been ignored." ¶ Johns Hopkins University announced that it had reinstated Owen Lattimore as lecturer on Far Eastern affairs. Lattimore was placed on leave of absence (with pay) in December 1952, when he was indicted on charges that he lied...

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