History of the Movement in Preschool and Parental EducationA most significant trend in the forward movement of organized education is toward a closer coordination of the facilities of the home and of the school. If one were to inquire of any student of social progress,'' "What is the newest development in the educational world?'' the answer would almost surely be, ''Schools for infants and a constructive program of education for parents.''
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|This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 28, No. 1.|