This study analyzes the nature, method, and development of the effort to promote international understanding through the schools up to 1930. The author gives the treaty aspects of international educational relations and comprehensive accounts of agencies promoting international understanding. He describes the interchange of students and professors, international student travel, and the location and character of international houses.
Originally published in 1933.
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