Challenging Areas in the Developing Social Studies Curriculum
by Ryland W. Crary - 1946
Although the social studies curriculum has known such frequent changes in the twentieth century as to make it an easy target for criticism (especially from those critics who see order and uniformity as the most desirable of ends), with regard to essential objectives there has been a surprisingly coherent development.
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