Education: Report Card

¶ In cooperation with 45 privately endowed colleges across the U.S., Bethlehem Steel Co. announced a novel way of helping higher education. Henceforth, every time a graduate from one of the 45 colleges takes Bethlehem's famed "Loop Course" for administrative and technical training, his alma mater will get a gift of $3,000. That, said Bethlehem, is to help pay the college back for what it spends on giving a student four years of education. ¶Lincoln University near Oxford, Pa., the first Negro institution in the world to award collegiate degrees, decided on a shift of policy. Since Negroes have gained admittance...

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