• Description

This is a responsible and illuminating report of one of the pioneer ventures in women's education — long before the present acceleration of academic courses for and about women had erupted. It shows in detail how such courses can be set up, staffed, recruited for, financed, and kept flexible and responsive to the different women who come to them, as times change and feminine consciousness expands. It should provide a really good guide to any institution considering what it should do in this new field, which overlaps with continuing education, vocational guidance, counseling, women's studies, and career testing and guidance. Its wide ramifications mean that this report should be useful to many departments and for quite a while to come.