Criteria of Individualized Education
by Ben D. Wood - 1936
For several decades we have had much lip service to the ideal of individualized education, and while it is happily true that much progress has been made in isolated schools, it is also unhappily true that in the great majority of schools and colleges the prescriptive curriculum, with its correlative uniform mass standards, still reigns supreme and almost unchallenged.
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