Education: The Policy Makers

Equipped with bedrolls and pup tents, 125 boys & girls settled down last week at Rock Springs Ranch in Kansas for three days of talk. Their encampment was no ordinary one, nor was their talk idle. The 125, all students from Kansas State College, were trying to decide how to improve their campus.

Such conferences have become annual affairs at Kansas State; and from President James A. McCain on down, the entire faculty eagerly awaits their outcome. They began six years ago, when a group of veterans confronted McCain's predecessor, Milton Eisenhower, with a list of "gripes." Ike's educator brother (now president...

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