An Appraisal of Secondary School Commercial Education
by William R. Odell - 1932
Any evaluation of commercial education must deal principally, with the problem of objectives. However, there are two aspects of this that must be considered more or less independently. The first of these aspects involves a consideration of what the objectives are, while the second consists of an appraisal of the extent to which the objectives are being realized in practice.
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