Is the General Education curriculum, as it has been developing, a valid and valuable one? Does it accomplish its purpose, fulfill the aims of the administrators and the faculty? The author analyzes the records to find the answers to these questions and to determine whether or not this curriculum gives students a knowledge of themselves and their environment, a sense of personal and civic responsibility, and the basic skills necessary for them to carry on their chosen work.
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