Discovering the Extent to Which Youth Needs Are Being Met
by J. Dan Hull & Howard Cummings - 1953
The purpose of this chapter is to suggest procedures for securing information concerning the extent to which youth needs are being met. Consideration is given to the securing of information about (a) individuals, (b) groups of youth in school and of those out of school, (c) the school and its processes, and (d) the communities in which youth are coming of age.
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