College Ventures in the Stimulation of the Intellectual Life
by Kathryn McHale — 1932
A fundamental change, based upon a recognition of individual differences, began when we became interested in the development of the intellectual life of each student rather than in the monstrous size of our colleges. That change may seem at this time natural enough; we are no longer astonished by the various departures from mass instruction to individual education attempted by many of our school units.
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