The Community-School Emphases in Postwar Education
by Maurice F. Seay - 1945
"Community school" is the term currently applied to a school that has two distinctive emphases—service to the entire community, not merely to the children of school age; and discovery, development, and use of the resources of the community as part of the educational facilities of the school. The concern of the community school with the local community is intended, not to restrict the school's attention to local matters, but to provide a focus from which to relate study .and action · in the larger community—the state, the region, the nation, the world.
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