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ORLANDO ALBÓRNOZ, Professor of Sociology at the Central University of Venezuela, was Senior Research Associate with the Comparative Student Project and a Lecturer at Harvard University. Among his books are La sociología en Venezuela, Valores sociales en la educación venezolana, and most recently El maestro y la educación en la sociedad venezolana.

PHILIP G. ALTBACH, Lecturer in Education and Research Associate in the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, has been associated with the Comparative Student Project. He received his Ph.D. from the Comparative Education Center of the University of Chicago, and spent 1964-1965 doing research in India under a grant from the U. S.-Indian Comparative Education Exchange Project. He has written for such journals as the Comparative Education Review, Harvard Educational Review, and The New Leader.

E. WIGHT BAKKE, Professor of Economics at Yale University, has been associated with the Inter-University Committee on Labor Problems in Economic Development and has done research on student movements in Mexico, Colombia, Japan, and India. Among his many publications are Citizens without Work, Organization and the Individual, A Positive Labor Market Policy, and Unions, Management, and the Public (with Clark Kerr).

JOSEPH BEN-DAVID is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. During the academic year 1964-1965, he was a Visiting Professor at the University of California and a Research Associate at the Institute of International Studies associated with the Comparative Student Project. He has written widely in the sociology of education, science, and the professions.

GEORGE Z. F. BEREDAY is Professor of Comparative Education at Columbia University. He is author of Comparative Method in Education. He is joint editor of The World Year Book of Education, general editor of Columbia Comparative Education Series, and was editor of the Comparative Education Review. He was Exchange Professor at the University of Moscow in 1961 and Fulbright Professor at the University of Tokyo in 1962.

RANDALL COLLINS has been a Research Assistant in the Institute of International Studies at the University of California at Berkeley and worked with Professor Ben‐ David on his research in connection with the Comparative Student Project.

JOSEPH DIBONA, Assistant Professor of Education at Brooklyn College, is associated with the Comparative Student Project. He received his Ph.D. in education from the University of California at Berkeley.

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