New Studies in Education: How Schools Use Their Time
by Carleton H. Mann - 1929
IT WAS the purpose of this investigation: (1) To determine present practice relative to the amount of time allotted to the subjects and activities in elementary schools in communities of all sizes. 1 (2) To discover trends in time allotments by means of a comparison of practice over a period of one hundred years. (3) To compare present practice with recommended optimum time allotments for any subjects for which such recommendations are available as the result of research and experimental evidence.
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