FC - Education

Education

  • Fergusson College, a science and arts college in Pune, India
  • Franklin College (Indiana), a liberal arts undergraduate college in Franklin, Indiana
  • Franklin College Switzerland, a four-year American liberal arts college in Lugano, Switzerland

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    A good education ought to help people to become both more receptive to and more discriminating about the world: seeing, feeling, and understanding more, yet sorting the pertinent from the irrelevant with an ever finer touch, increasingly able to integrate what they see and to make meaning of it in ways that enhance their ability to go on growing.
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    ... in the education of women, the cultivation of the understanding is always subordinate to the acquirement of some corporeal accomplishment ...
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    I say that male and female are cast in the same mold; except for education and habits, the difference is not great.
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