Opening the Way for an Understanding of Modern Problems
by Mary Harden - 1938
Probably one of the most vehemently discussed questions in present-day education is “Shall we teach modern problems in the schools?” It is necessary only to attend educational conferences or read educational literature to realize the sharply opposed attitudes toward the inclusion in the school program of the study of current social, economic, and political problems.
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