Danish culture, education, immigration
It can be said that an organized effort to preserve Danish language and culture has existed here in America since the beginning of the seventies. The immigrants considered it essential that they develop plans to strengthen and design general education for young adults. Among the immigrants who immediately joined the Church right from the beginning, there were few academics. However, because many knew about the højskole concept in Denmark, this concept became the foundation for their church-sheltered schools.
Bay, J. Christian
"Young People’s Schools and Højskoler in the United States,"
The Bridge: Vol. 35:
1, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol35/iss1/12