Education: Brookings the Broker

"A man can no longer operate on what he learned in college. Ours is a fluid society in which men move into positions of responsibility requiring training not previously received. Educational gaps become apparent at an age when a return to the classroom is no longer feasible." So says Robert Calkins, president of Washington, D.C.'s famed Brookings Institution, whose business it is to fill in the educational gaps of big men in the U.S. Government.

Last week Brookings. acting in its role as "broker in ideas and men." dedicated a new $3,900,000 Center for...

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