Suggested Experiments in the Field of Pre-Parental Education
by Bess V. Cunningham & Ruth Connor - 1933
There is probably no single aspect of the general education program which presents more problems and a greater challenge to the teacher than that phase of education which aims to provide, during the high school period, experiences which may help girls and boys to become good parents in years to come. This immediately complicates the problem of teacher and curriculum-maker who consistently attempt to provide for the future through experiences which are significant in the present.
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