Education: Report Card

¶ The regents of the University of California finally put an end to the two-year battle of the loyalty oath (TIME, June 27, 1949 et seq.). Without waiting for the state supreme court to decide its constitutional status, they voted to scrap the whole idea of special oaths for faculty-men and other university employees.

¶ After questioning a sample 500 students, Cornell's student council announced that 47% of the undergraduates admitted to cheating last year. At U.C.L.A., the daily Bruin took a similar poll, put U.C.L.A.'s figure at 49%.

¶ After 17 years in exile, and 14 years as lecturer and professor...

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