Education: College in a Castle

The growing unity of the nations around the North Atlantic must eventually include their schools. It is commonplace for a Frenchman to work making tires in Birmingham; the irony is that if his children go to school in Britain, they ruin their chances of entering French universities. Needed: commonly held standards that will permit secondary schools in any part of Europe to feed the universities of any other part. This fall, in a grand old castle in Wales, a school opened to work toward this goal by providing standards.

Atlantic College was born of a speech made in 1955 to NATO's...

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