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- Explains that diversity is part of the Protestant tradition and belief. States that although there is no single Protestant view, it is the Protestant heritage to drive toward excellence in education. Notes that any Protestant view holds that some appropriate way must be found of teaching in schools, that man does not live by bread alone, and that God exists and is sovereign. Feature personality is Merrimon Cunninggim, director of the Danforth Foundation in St. Louis.
- Dr. H. Gordon Hullfish elucidates the experimentalist view of education, pointing out its stress on the importance of experience and intelligence in the development of maturity and the solution of human problems. He comments on a film sequence of a "progressive" classroom and answers questions.