Adult Education
Publication:
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 20 Sep 1945, p. 1-12


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Adult Education


Adult education meeting the needs of three classes of people: those who left school early; those who stay in school until the age of 18 but don't get much out of it intellectually; the people who have worked well at school and University, and have got a lot out of it. Why education should continue, even for the third class. Opportunities which adult education should provide. The importance of experience of life to study. The two components of education: experience of life and study of theory. Ways to make adult education effective. Advantages of Residential Study. Letters, instances, and anecdotes relating to people who did not finish formal schooling. The kinds of courses needed in adult education. What is actually being done in England in this regard. Instances of residential college which have either been actually started or are in the process of being started. Instances of adult education in Canada.