Purpose and Scope of the Yearbook (Development In and Through Reading)
by Paul A. Witty - 1961
Education has come to be regarded as a process in which every pupil is privileged to seek his maximum development in accordance with his nature and needs. This concept has modified thinking about instruction in every area. Educators now insist that reading experiences should be meaningful from the beginning and that reading instruction should continue as long as the student has need for guidance or refinement of skills in reading.
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