Education: Report Card

¶ In a special report on Chinese students and scholars in the U.S., the Institute of International Education produced a powerful rebuttal to the Communist charge made in Geneva in May of 1954 that the U.S. is "forcibly retaining'' many students contrary to "the principles of international law and humanitarianism." In addition to regular ECA funds, said the report, the State Department has spent more than $8,000,000 helping more than 3,600 students and scholars cut off from funds from Red China. Of the 1,300 Chinese who have left this country, about 930 received at least part of their travel...

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