The GI Bill and Its Implications for Education
by Hamden L. Forkner - 1944
The greatest problem American education is likely to face in the next twenty-five years is that of adjusting its curriculum procedures and practices to the demands which will be placed upon education by the return of veterans from war and the release of workers from war industries.
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