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A Partial Bibliography on Curricula: Selected and Annotated


by Thos. H. Briggs — 1925

BECAUSE of the great current interest in curricula publication is made of the appended bibliography. The items have been collected and annotated partly by students in several of my classes during the past few years; but each of their entries has been checked and most of them entirely rewritten. There is no claim to completeness. Few entries relate to material earlier than 1915,— most of them, indeed, being much more recent, reflecting the new interest in curricula; no record is made of numerous articles that are so general as to have little or no value; courses of study for special subjects are entirely neglected; and only a few references are made to surveys, which for the most part either give little attention to subject matter or else include comment with a preponderance of measurements. Another type of unlisted article, often of importance, is that dealing with some accessory or subordinate problem of the curriculum,—such as Thorndike and Robinson's "Diversity of High School Students' Programs" or Koons's "Vocational Distribution of Pupils after Leaving School." Doubtless some articles of primary importance have been overlooked, but it is hoped that students of the curriculum will by this bibliography be saved many hours of work in the library.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 27 Number 3, 1925, p. 205-205
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 5910, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 1:47:52 PM

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