Introduction (Study of Liberal-Arts Changes and Experiments)
by Kathryn McHale — 1932
As a part of the American Association of University Women's national eelucation program this study was undertaken as a service in the fulfillment of the national purpose of the Association—to promote high standards in education. It was stimulated by two definite needs: to furnish the facts concerning the status of the liberal-arts college in changing education; and to obtain, through a systematic, comprehensive survey, data sufficient for forming judgments as to the worth of the new ventures, since published sporadic reports and announcements have not indicated the scope or quality of them.
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