Wednesday, May 26, 2004


Academic Reform

As a starting point for the reform of an existing educational institution, or as a blueprint for the formation of a new school or college, the Jesuits' Ratio Studiorum (1599) is worthy of consideration. Here are some of its rules:The translations are from the edition of Allan P. Farrell (Washington: Conference of Major Superiors of Jesuits, 1970).

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