Intelligence Tests and Individual Progress in School Work
by Henry W. Holmes — 1922
Every new movement in education calls for someone to repeat the warning dictum of Emerson: An expense of ends to means is fate. We are too often satisfied to exemplify a method or use a means without critical examination of the ends we are serving; and whenever our zeal or our narrowness puts us into that position, we are giving up our control of the situation and allowing ourselves to act in automatic fashion in response to the demands of the method or means in question.
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