The Fundamental Philosophy and Purposes of the Horace Mann School
by Rollo G. Reynolds & Mary Harden - 1935
The most vital function of the Horace Mann School is the function of educating children to live in a modern age. The School believes not only that it should develop excellent educational practices based on scientific experimentation and acceptable educational philosophy but that it should also demonstrate these practices effectively.
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