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December 16, 1933


JAMA. 1933;101(25):1980-1981. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740500060024

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Reforms in the Institutions of Higher Learning  The reorganization of German institutions of higher learning is now being carried out. New regulations concerning habilitation at Prussian institutions have been established. Henceforth the demonstration of scientific performances or qualifications before the faculty in question will not suffice to secure permission to lecture at a Prussian institution of higher learning. An applicant must have served several months in a field station or a work camp and must have completed a course of training in an academy for the training of instructors in higher institutions of learning, which academy is to be newly created. When these two courses have been completed satisfactorily, a candidate for habilitation in a university or other higher institution will present his credentials to the faculty of the school in question, which will act on his application in the same way as heretofore. In the reorganization of the universities

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