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The Government and Educational Experimentation

by Robert J. Havighurst - 1941

THE PAST DECADE HAS BEEN MARKED by large-scale operations of several well-known educational commissions. Research and experimental activities of the American Youth Commission, the Educational Policies Commission, the Commission on Teacher Education, the Commission on the Social Studies, the President's Advisory Committee on Education, and the several commissions of the Progressive Education Association have become a part of the educational scenery. With their work completed, most of these familiar landmarks will disappear with the next few years. Others, notably the Educational Policies Commission, will continue. Will there be new activities of this sort? If so, how will they be financed?

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 7 Number 59, 1941, p. 146-148
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14172, Date Accessed: 5/25/2020 5:43:43 PM

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