A school for boys
Payne, Richard W.
Formal education has always been an important mold through which a person's character and usei'ulness are sh~ped. If the result o~ this period of shaping in to produce citizens capable of sharing the responsibility of sustaining our civilization, then vre should realize our ovm responsibility of providing as perfect a mold as possible. One aspect of this responsibility in the formation of an environment conducive to the constant improvement of the education process. This improvement is, of course, necessary in our world and presents the architect one of many opportunities he has in which he can fulfill his share of the responsibility as a citizen interested in the young people and their contribution to society.