Pilot Programs in Rural Education
by N. E. Kullman, Jr. & Julian E. Butterworth — 1952
In education, as in all human endeavor, continued progress depends a great deal upon superior experimental, forward-looking programs. In these programs original steps are taken to cope with and to solve existing problems, and a constant process of evaluation is carried on. By describing these superior programs to interested persons one can facilitate more rapid progress. This is one way to reduce the gap between theory and practice, between the ideal and the actual. Accordingly, the main objective of this chapter is to enlarge our educational horizon through a study of a few outstanding rural-school programs.
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