BUSINESS & THE COLLEGES: Needed: More Help from Corporations


As every schoolboy knows, the important raw materials of industry are coal, oil and iron. But, as every businessman knows, the most important raw material of all is the schoolboy who, as a trained college graduate, will run the U.S. industry of the future. Today, U.S. industry is faced with a tight shrinkage of such manpower; it needs not only more but better trained college graduates.

To help get them, many a businessman believes that corporations must

1) provide much of the cash needed by colleges to expand their facilities...

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