Factors Causing Maladjustment of Schools to Individuals
by A. A. Sutherland - 1925
This Section of the Yearbook attempts to set forth the basic reasons for individual instruction. Dr. Sutherland, through his extensive experience first as a 'regular' psychologist and later as school psychologist for the public schools of Los Angeles, delves into the various factors causing maladjustment of the present lock-step system of schools to the differences existing among individual children.
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