A Critical Appraisal of Current Methods of Curriculum-Making
by Harold O. Rugg & George S. Counts - 1927
The story of curriculum-making in American schools is now before us. The historical backgrounds have been sketched, the so- cial and educational forces at work have been considered, the major features of conventional procedure have been outlined, the more significant progressive practices have been described, and the chief trends and tendencies have been traced. The data for a critical evaluation of the contemporary situation are therefore at hand.
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