Out of 54 schools in Cincinnati sample frame 10 magnet schools and 10 non magnet schools were selected. A questionnaire was distributed to all the fifth grade parents and to all non administrative staff in each school of the selected temple. Magnet schools are a tool for racial balance. Many parents believe that the goal of integration is beneficial for both the parents as well as the students. In conclusion we may say that the students will derive benefits from encounters with students from different races.
In 1802, Nassau Hall was consumed by fire, the next year Dickson College’s building was burned down likewise there were many such college buildings which were either burned or affected by other natural calamities like lightening. Often when a college had a building, it had no students and when it had students it had no buildings. And it if had both than it didn’t have money, professors or president. College founding in the 19th century was undertaken with the same spirit as canal-building, farming etc. Yale men were responsible for setting up Christian goals in the west. For the Methodists and the Baptists founding colleges became a part of their process of coming to terms with middle class societies. The Presbyterians had a unique aptitude in finding colleges which enabled them to outdistance all their rivals. The American colleges were conceived as social investments. And the commitment to the republic became a guiding obligation for the American colleges. The American colleges also faced problems like its aristocratic tradition which could never cope up with the social purpose. It was also felt by many that going to the college was a way of making more money. The institutions of the college movement in America intended to be the democratic institution for the democratic society. In conclusion we may say that the American colleges reflected both