College News and Departmental Notes: The Clearing House Discussion Club
by Departmental notes - 1916
One of the newer organizations of Teachers College is the Clearing House Discussion Club. The club dates from the fall of 1915, when it was initiated largely through the suggestions of Professor George D. Strayer. The general purpose of the organization is very clearly hinted at in the name; it is really a clearing house for the exchange of ideas among the men and women of the graduate school of Teachers College. The more immediate purpose of the club is to offer to its members a chance to consider those educational problems that seem to deserve more time and attention than the somewhat formal restrictions of the class period permit.
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