Curriculum Issues in Focus

Harap, Henry
January 1952
Educational Leadership;Jan1952, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p206
The article focuses on the curriculum issues in the schools in the U.S. It was observed that young people can have more self direction without sacrificing the standards of performance now attained by strictly teacher-directed classes. Teachers wonder whether emphasis on good living will gain academic respectability. It said that only the skill that comes from faith and perseverance will convince the adventurous teacher that boys and girls can have both good living and good scholarship. It is stated that needs of life are not satisfied by a continuance of things as they are, man is inventive and new discoveries faced the modern youth and constantly changing conditions.


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