General Techniques of Curriculum Planning
by Hilda Taba - 1945
Although planning for postwar education is one of the commonest of current topics, the methods by which schools may make more intelligent plans are rarely discussed. Educational literature is filled with proposals for administrative · (lhanges, such as control of education, serving new groups, equalizing educational opportunities, and providing work experience. Less is heard about the internal changes in educational programs, and perhaps wisely so, for many of the issues that will dictate these changes are not yet clear. Yet, the external reforms are important only to the extent that they make possible changes in the programs offered.
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