The Problem of the Teacher

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As the second installment in our North Dakota Quarterly Reader, I offer this short essay from the inaugural issue of the Quarterly in 1910: “The Problem of the Teacher.” The talk was delivered by Luther C. Freedman of Morningside College in Iowa after Albert Ross Hill, President of the University of Missouri, had been delayed.

Whatever the topic or character of Hill’s talk, Freedman’s was inspiring and continues to have contemporary resonance.

 

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