THE TREND in modern education has been a dangerous drift into materialism and collectivism. Colleges and, universities' have grown so large that regimented assembly-line processes have replaced individualized instruction. The student has lost his identify. Development of personality and initiative is largely sacrificed." Since Editor Herbert W. Armstrong wrote those words in these pages a quarter century ago, things have become even worse. Everywhere, it seems, colleges and universities are becoming more and more alike, teaching in much the same style, based on the same outlook. Today, even more than 1955, colleges and universities are in even greater danger of losing their distinctive, individual character and blending into one, bland, homogenized mass.
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