The American Elementary School
by William H. Kilpatrick - 1929
My assignment is to describe the American elementary school for those from without our country; to explain as best I can what manner of school we have, its theory and practice, but most of all the manner and degree in which it answers to the needs of the American situation. Possibly the effort to tell others is at the same time the best way to bring the matter home to ourselves.
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