Some Implications of the Indispensable School Library
by Jesse C. Newlon — 1933
So long as education was regarded as synonymous with the "learning" of a mass of factual material, the school required but few books. This concept, although it has amazing powers of persistence, is giving way to a new order in education, an order de pendent upon the library as one of its chief resources and most important allies.
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