Curriculum-Making and the Scientific Study of Education Since 1910
by Harold O. Rugg - 1927
Approximately to 1910 the leadership in curriculum-making was in the hands of college and private-school administrators and of subject-matter specialists, and curriculum-making was dominated by an interest in scholarship, mind training, and knowledge for knowledge's sake. With the close of the first decade of the twentieth century, however, a new and vigorous leadership was offered—that of the students of more objective procedures in education.
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