A History of Issues in Secondary Education
by Robert H. Beck — 1976
In the history of education all issues with which the writer is familiar have originated in what people have thought desirable for education. Thus, the history of issues in American secondary education involves perceptions of, and sometimes debates on, what is desirable. In this discussion, we shall deal with a few crucial issues, which we shall call core issues, plus a very few conjoint issues. Both will be discussed in terms of their respective social and cultural milieus, and within broad periods of time.
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