The Education of Young Children in Rural Environments
by Anne Hoppock — 1947
Rural and urban children do not differ in their essential needs. The great problem in the education of young rural children lies in the fact that, on the whole, their needs are not being met. There have been no developments in rural areas to match in scope the rapidly increasing provisions for young children in the cities.
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