Individual Differences and Vertical Organization of the School
by John I. Goodlad - 1962
A total educational system is segmented into organizational units. Vertically, units are stacked one upon the other, providing for the upward progression of students through a time sequence. Horizontally, segments of these vertical units are arranged side by side, providing both a pupil-to-teacher ratio and a basis for assigning students and teachers to available space.
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