Implications of the Yearbook for the Improvement of Mental Health in our Schools
by The Yearbook Committee - 1955
Mental hygiene and modem education are so closely interrelated that it is as futile to plan a mental-health program without recognition of the role that the school is to play as it would be to conceive of a program of modem education without consideration of its effects upon the student's mental health. In chapter i, Rivlin traces briefly the history of mental health in modern education and sets forth the basic point of view that generally prevails throughout the volume. However, a number of other positions and approaches are presented. In fact, the volume may be considered eclectic in nature.
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