The Use of Intelligence Tests in Junior High Schools
by M. R. Trabue — 1922
Only in so far as the junior high school differs from other segments of the educational establishment will the uses of intelligence tests differ in a junior high school from their uses in other schools. The most outstanding characteristic of the junior high school is undoubtedly its sensitiveness to individual differences in pupils. This responsiveness to differences in its pupils is largely the result of fundamental purposes, although partly an accident due to the newness of this type of school. Furthermore, unless attention to differences is fostered and held constantly in mind as a cardinal virtue, such a school will soon lose the majority of its distinctive features.
To view the full-text for this article you must be signed-in with the appropropriate membership. Please review your options below: