Academic Studies in High School and College
by David A. Abramson - 1972
Requirements for college admission have set the standard for the high school curriculum for many years. A major index of the effectiveness of the high school pro gram is the proportion of graduates entering college. This apparently symbiotic relationship has produced neither effective articulation between the secondary school and the college nor mutual consultation on curriculum problems at both educational levels.
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