Liberty, Higher Education, and the Role of Trustees
This conference addressed fundamental questions facing trustees of colleges and universities (public and private). The key questions were whether higher education can promote a society of free and responsible individuals, and, if so, what is the role of the trustee in achieving that goal?
From Liberty Fund
Education in a Free Society
by Edited and with an Introduction by Anne Husted Burleigh
A position paper by Benjamin A. Rogge and Pierre F. Goodrich leads off this fine collection advocating an educational system based strictly on private and voluntary institutions.
Anne Husted Burleigh is a writer and a contributing editor for Crisis.
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