But the toil and expense of a college education may be lost; and this may discourage parents and their sons from a college course. It is true that ... A young graduate has fallen on one side of me, and another on the other side ; both of promising character and talents for success in life. ... I propose in the present essay to call the attention of the young men of Virginia to the important subject of education.
|Title||:||Quarterly Journal of the American Education Society|
|Author||:||American Education Society|