The Technique of Curriculum-Construction in the Horace Mann School
by Henry Carr Pearson - 1927
The present aim of the Horace Mann School, therefore, is to demonstrate the best methods of accepted educational policies, to have an open-minded attitude toward successful methods employed in other schools, and to incorporate those methods into its own body of educational practice whenever scientific investigation shows that they may be wisely used. In a word, the Horace Mann School aims to be progressive, but not radical.
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