Education: Report Card

¶ Scattered over five U.S. campuses—Arizona State College, Oklahoma A. & M., the Universities of New Mexico, Arizona and Texas—100 Guatemalan teachers last week began what may well become a major experiment in Good Neighborliness. With $170,000 from the Foreign Operations Administration, the teachers will spend two months studying U.S. public-school methods, will also get some idea of what the U.S. is all about. Apparently, the program has already had effect. Said Pedro T. Cruz of San Carlos University: "I am charmed . . . I am going to take this...

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