Special Types of Activities: Student Participation in School Government
by Earle U. Rugg - 1926
American schools to-day are attempting to provide a training that will fit boys and girls to perform more efficiently the duties and to solve more wisely the problems entailed under a democratic form of government. Citizenship training is not a new task. We have evidence that from the early formative years under our national constitution our American forefathers realized the need of citizenship training for the youth of the land.
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