Gilbert, A. W.
January 1944
Educational Leadership;Jan1944, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p243
The article reports on the formation of a Curriculum Council who will supervise the curriculum development of public schools in Kansas City. The Council is composed of twelve Evaluating and Planning Committee, which was organized according to the field of specialization. The teachers and principals from elementary and high schools are the members of the Evaluating and Planning Committees. The supervisors of each committee are the representative of the Curriculum Council. The Council therefore, will do the duty of promoting the betterment of the curriculum for public schools, through effective planning of subject fields.


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