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What a Few Part-Time or Continuation Schools are Doing


by Anthony M. Goldberger, E. A. Roberts, James Killins, A. G. Bauersfield, Charles W. Clark, Chester F. Ogden, Anthony M. Goldberger, E. Lewis Hayes, L. W. Rader, Benjamin Fox & Arthur F. Hopper - 1924

Probably no field of educational work to-day offers greater opportunity for the development of new content in the curriculum and for new methods of instruction than does the part-time school. Two factors contribute more than the others to make this so. In the first place, the part-time school is so new that it is practically unhampered by traditions; and in the second place, it is almost entirely independent of the restraint imposed upon other schools, which have to conform, partially at least, in their curricula to the entrance requirements of the higher schools for which they prepare.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 23, No. 2.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 25 Number 5, 1924, p. 275-294
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20871, Date Accessed: 2/20/2020 8:40:32 PM

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