Typical Attempts to Adjust Schools to Individual Differences
by William H. Holmes, Coaching Laggards, William Wirt , William S. Gray, Stuart A. Courtis, A. H. Sutherland, W. C. Reavis, H. L. Miller, S. A. Leonard, Mary A. Ward, Grace E. Carter, Hilda M. Holmes, Cecilia Anderson, Carleton W. Washburne, Helen Parkhurst , Jessie Mackinder, Mrs. Margaret Smith, Mary Huntington Comings, U. J. Hoffman & R. N. Brown - 1925
The individual differences existing among children and the failure of the traditional class method of instruction to make adequate provision for them have been recognized to a greater or less degree for many years. With the spread of the measuring movement, however, the differences have become more obvious and the consequent attempts to adjust the schools to individuals have become more numerous.
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