Social Effectiveness


by Ernest O. Melby - 1940

EDUCATIONAL SURVEYS have probably been at their best in such areas as reading, arithmetic and spelling and at their worst in education for citizenship. In the recent survey of the St. Louis Public Schools, howler, treatment of civic education reaches a "new high". The author attacks the problems with sensitivity, and awareness both of the complexity of his ask and the limitations of his instruments. The chapter on "Education for Citizenship" should be widely read.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 6 Number 50, 1940, p. 123-123
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14041, Date Accessed: 12/7/2019 6:50:06 AM

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