The Scope of Desirable Flexibilities in Junior High School Curricula
by David Snedden - 1929
Time was not many years ago when very few really poor pupils either reached the seventh grade or remained in school beyond their twelfth year. Now that situation is nearly completely changed. Our schools must provide best practicable learning accommodations for all the children of all the people up to at least fifteen years of age—and that will presently be seventeen or eighteen.
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