Labor Needs Learning … and Vice Versa
by Mark Starr - 1942
THE PUBLICATION IN 1941 BY THE John Dewey Society of Workers' Education in the United States was a milestone in the interest shown by higher education in the efforts of Labor to educate itself. For the first time a group of progressive educators, aided by workers in the field, tried to describe and evaluate a movement which basically develops from the failings of the orthodox institutions of learning. There is in the volume much of information and challenge to all those who see the necessity of Labor and Learning developing closer relationships for their mutual benefit. Indeed both need each other.
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