The Charles S. Benson papers document his professional life. Included in the collection are copies of his writings, research
materials and correspondence spanning the course of his career as a professor of Education at U.C. Berkeley.
Charles Scott Benson (1922-1994) was a professor of education at U.C. Berkeley from 1964-1991. The central theme of his work
is the role of of education in reducing economic and social inequality. He worked in Pakistan, Egypt and Bulgaria as an educator
and consultant. His other academic interests included econometrics, vocational education and educational finance.
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