Current Practices in Curriculum-Making in Public High Schools
by George S. Counts - 1927
Owing to the very rapid growth of secondary education during the past generation, the problem of curriculum-making assumes a more urgent form in the public high school than in any other division of the educational system. As the conditions of life change, as knowledge grows, and as the technique of curriculum-making improves, every educational institution should modify its procedures. These factors affect the high school as they must affect every educational agency.
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