The Major Phases of Experimental Change with Significant Illustrations
by C. S. Boucher — 1932
The original plan for evaluating the changes and experiments reported called for an order of merit arrangement, by each member of the National Advisory Committee, of the changes that seemed to promise most for the improvement of liberal-arts education. It was thought that this would afford a composite arrangement representing the consensus of a group well experienced in educational experimentation and would therefore be of value.
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