Woodrow Wilson Quote

The object of education is not merely to draw out the powers of the individual mind: it is rather its right object to draw all minds to a proper adjustment to the physical and social world in which they are to have their life and their development: to enlighten, strengthen and make fit.


"Princeton In The Nation's Service" (21 October 1896).

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The object of education is not merely to draw out the powers of the individual mind: it is rather its right object to draw all minds to a proper...

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The object of education is not merely to draw out the powers of the individual mind: it is rather its right object to draw all minds to a proper...

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The object of education is not merely to draw out the powers of the individual mind: it is rather its right object to draw all minds to a proper...

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The object of education is not merely to draw out the powers of the individual mind: it is rather its right object to draw all minds to a proper...