The Lincoln Experimental School
by Otis W. Caldwell - 1927
It has always been easier to discover shortcomings in educational endeavors and to indicate better things that may be done, than it has been to prove just how these proposed better things may supplant the deficiencies in current practice. Because of this fact, educational criticism and statements of educational philosophy and desired outcomes have often been clearly made without securing any large changes in educational practices.
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