Introduction (American Education in the Postwar Period: Curriculum Reconstruction)
by Ralph W. Tyler — 1945
During the war and the period immediately after hostilities cease the re-examination and revision of the American school curriculum will go on apace. This is a particularly appropriate time for curriculum revision because the social dislocations of the war make it easier to create interest in change and also because wartime experiences have provided certain new findings of importance to education.
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