Who Shall Make The Curriculum?

Frazier, Ben W.
May 1929
Education;May1929, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p546
Academic Journal
The article discusses the upbuilding of school curricula, as well as the social and political sectors that should be in charge in developing them in the U.S. Key issues examined include the fundamental questions of curricular construction that should be answered by those professionally equipped to do so, the problematic aspects of State and Church intervention in the formation of curricula in schools and the emergence of the scientific research worker as a key player in developing school curricula and making them relevant to society.


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