The Improvement of College Teaching
by E. S. Evenden - 1928
THERE is to-day a more general interest in higher education than ever before in the history of this country. No better evidence of this interest is needed than the persistent adverse criticism of the work of colleges and universities. Criticism of these institutions has become a favorite theme for reporters, feature writers, editors, and authors. No phase of college life or college work has been spared in this vigorous attack, nor has any individual college in any section of the country been overlooked.
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