Education: Top of the Decade: Education

> First Negro student sit-ins at Greensboro, N.C., lunch counters, 1960.

> James Meredith succeeds in integrating Ole Miss, 1962.

> Educational Services Inc. accelerates high school curriculum reform, 1963.

> Clark Kerr's Godkin Lectures describe and name a new U.S. institution: the "multiversity," 1963.

> Herbert Marcuse's One-Dimensional Man certifies an old philosopher for the New Left, 1964.

> Mass arrests at Berkeley (1964) prefigure later campus revolts at Columbia and San Francisco State (1968), Harvard and Cornell (1969).

> Congress passes Elementary and Secondary Education...

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