A Program of Individualization
by Carleton Wolsey Washburne - 1925
This section is intended as a manual for those who are interested in reorganizing their schools on an individual basis. The reasons for individualizing the schools have already been presented. The results of such individualization have been discussed. The problems involved in adjusting schools to individuals have been entered into and various solutions offered. In this section are brought together certain of the salient ideas and successful practices of various attempts at individualization.
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