Education: More from Ford

Three months ago, the prodigious Ford Foundation gave $9,161,210 to nine colleges and universities to improve teacher training (TIME. April 6). Last week Ford gave again: $6,317,000 to ten other institutions, all for the sake of seeding the nation with more competent pedagogues than those now available. Last week's beneficiaries: Bucknell University. Central Michigan College, Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University. University of North Carolina. University of Southern California, Vanderbilt University. Wayne State University. All are hard at work on stepped-up programs following the Ford formula: end trivial, time-consuming "educationist" courses by broadening liberal education for teachers, and get...

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