Education: Pinchot for Expansion

Governor Pinchot of Pennsylvania suggests three possible applications of State funds to the State educational problem: (1) A new State university; (2) State maintenance and control of Penn, State College, Pittsburgh, Temple University; (3) larger subsidies to private institutions. He feels that Pennsylvania has lagged behind other States in higher educational facilities and he has asked the State Council of Education to determine why.


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