Interpreting the Reading Program to the Public
by Bernice E. Leary - 1949
How to answer questions about the teaching of reading, how to prevent misunderstandings, how to interpret the reading program to the school patrons and the tax-paying public, how to bring the school and community into closer co-operation and more sympathetic relationship, how to prove that the schools are doing a better job of teaching reading to more children than ever before, and how to promote understanding, confidence, security, friendliness, and good will are some of the problems of public relations that apply to reading and with which this chapter attempts to deal.
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