Statistical Results of Experiments with Individualization
by Stuart A. Courtis, C. W. Washburne, Elizabeth T. Sullivan, Mary A. Ward, Grace E. Carter, Hilda M. Holmes, Cecilia Anderson, Ernest Horn, Jas. L. McCrory, A. H. Sutherland, Jessie Mackinder & B. R. Buckingham - 1925
While one or more of the various plans which have been described in Section II may seem alluring, and while each one represents long, thoughtful effort to solve the pressing problem of fitting schools to individual differences, it is not enough at this time of a dawning science of education merely to work out a plan, no matter how ingenious. Such plans are only hypothetical solutions of the underlying problem, until careful experimentation and adequate statistical results prove or disprove their claims.
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