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ERIC Number: EJ184436
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Americans Have Lost Faith in Education
Intellect, 106, 2396, 438-9, May 78
Americans appear to have lost faith in education as a central and even critical factor in our lives, states John Hope Franklin, professor of American history at the University of Chicago. He urges the revival of "faith, courage, and foresight" which went into the foundation of our educational system and enumerates three major problems faced by school administrations. Additionally, W. Clark Wescoe, board chairman and chief executive of Sterling Drug, Inc., warns of adversity ahead for colleges and universities. (Editor/RK)
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