General Education in Experimental Liberal Arts Colleges
by Donald Peery Cottrell - 1939
As the idea of general education develops and takes form in various types of institutions, it is important to recognize the distinctive meanings given to it by groups working in various settings. The present chapter undertakes to show how general education is interpreted in one group of liberal arts colleges regarded as experimental.
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