A Plan for a College

Davidson, Carter
January 1937
Journal of Higher Education;Jan1937, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the plan for a higher education. Accordingly, the plan for a college, therefore, must involve no abnormal increase in faculty, buildings, or equipment, however, many colleges had maintained a ratio of one to ten between faculty members and students. A curriculum plan for higher education include the normal thirty-six week school year may be broken up into four nine-week quarters, during each of which a student will study only one subject. Colleges are said to provide athletic facilities and encourage intramurals sports.


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