A Progress Report of the Metropolitan School Study Council: Intercommunication among Communities of the Council
by Joseph O. Loretan - 1948
The leaders of the cooperative school study and action movement aspire to furnish the setting which will encourage inventions and discoveries in education comparable to those attained in other fields of human endeavor. At the same time they are preparing educators and citizens to accept and utilize these new ideas and to make contributions themselves. Everyone will concede that only if the complete latent resources of education, using this word in its fullest sense, can be released to achieve better human material does this world of ours have a chance to survive.
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