Means and Ends in the Scientific Study of Education
by Frank N. Freeman - 1951
When we speak of the scientific study of education, then, we refer to a specific kind of study, having a specific aim and method. It is to be distinguished not only from philosophical and historical study which have their own clearly recognized province and value but also from other forms of study with which it is sometimes confused.
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