The Horace Mann-Lincoln Institute of School Experimentation
by Gordon N. Mackenzie - 1946
Three problems are discussed: (1) the necessity for a better orientation to the conditions of our technological society, (2) the importance of increased recognition of the characteristics of child growth and development, and (3) the need for more balance, continuity, and unity in the school program.
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