Characteristics of a Secondary School Meeting the Needs of Youth
by Will French - 1953
It is proposed in this chapter to point out some of the chief characteristics secondary schools must assume if they accept the meeting of youth needs as their major function and develop the structure—organization, administration, and program—required for the performance of this function. Much of the content of this chapter can be inferred from what has been said in previous chapters. Many of the suggestions presented here have been drawn from best current practice in selected secondary schools.
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