We must reach out as well to those who have been passed by in the past—those already out of school, the fathers and mothers of young children, the unemployed and the abandoned of this entire nation. Here we must recognize that education is not something—and cannot be allowed to be—something which, once interrupted, is over for life. We need new kinds of universities and colleges—able to teach, not only in fine buildings, but in community centers and parks and even in homes—colleges which are no more than groups of people determined that learning shall be brought to all those who need it.