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College News and Departmental Notes: The Administration Club


by Departmental notes - 1920

The first regular meeting of the Administration Club was held on Tuesday, October 28. An address was given by Colonel Leonard P. Ayres on the subject of "The Peace Treaty and Education." Colonel Ayres served during the war as Chief Statistical Officer of the Army, and later went to Paris with the President as Chief Statistical Officer of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace. In his talk, Colonel Ayres described the inside workings of the peace negotiations, and told of the impetus which had been given to education as a result of America's war experiences.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 21 Number 1, 1920, p. 90-90
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 3874, Date Accessed: 7/19/2019 5:09:10 PM

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