American and English College Practices
by Agnes L. Rogers — 1932
Since a comprehensive criticism of American and English higher education was made by Flexner in 1930 and a searching study of the liberal college in America and England by Richardson in 1924, it is fitting that this chapter should be limited to comment on those points of difference in American and English college practices that appear most important to one with English university training who has had enough experience in teaching American undergraduates in colleges of liberal arts and graduates of these institutions in advanced work to acquire insight into the significance of the differences in the two types of training.
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