by Ernest O. Melby - 1939
If the present writer understands the point of view of the Yearbook, it assumes that there is in existence a body of subject matter, the learning of which constitutes an education. The immediate educational problem, therefore, is that of determining when or at what stage of development such material can best be taught. If one accepts this basic point of view, he will no doubt feel that the present volume is a significant contribution. The data have been carefully compiled and treated in a scholarly fashion. Each chapter contains an analysis of significant researches bearing on the major problem of the Yearbook.
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