Personnel Work and General Education
by Esther Lloyd-Jones - 1952
A number of writers have pointed out that personnel work finds its foci, its scope, and its limitations in terms of the institutional program of which it is a part. Although, as Taylor points out in chapter ii, it is almost impossible to identify specific institutions where philosophies of education may be found in their pure form, yet trends toward differing philosophical foundations can unquestionably be seen in present institutional programs, and the resulting types of institutional programs drastically influence personnel work as it is carried on in those different institutions.
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