Guides to Educational Literature in Periodicals
by Eleanor M. Witmer & Margaret C. Miller - 1932
DURING the past twenty-five years the amount of printed information dealing with educational problems has increased rapidly. At the present time more than one hundred journals pertaining to education are being published in the United States. Many lay magazines are also devoting space to the discussion of various phases of the educational situation. These periodicals, whether lay or professional in character, form one of the chief sources of printed information about educational developments and tendencies, and their content is therefore of distinct importance to all students and educators.
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