LET'S TALK SENSE ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS by Paul Woodring
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LET'S TALK SENSE ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS

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A stimulating evaluation of education that brings to the heat of controversy a cool appraisal of our teachers and schools today. Distinguishing between basic policy and techniques, Woodring discusses contemporary changes, Dewey's shadow, teachers' colleges, good teaching, the 3 R's, and more- in an examination which is both critique and defense. Edifying.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1953
Publisher: McGraw-Hill