Curriculum Balance for the Individual Learner: A Continuing Need

Walker, Cheryl D.; Doll, Ronald C.
December 1974
Educational Leadership;Dec74, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p208
Focuses on the need of curriculum balance for the individual learner in the U.S. Analysis of a balanced educational programs; Difficulties in achieving curriculum balance for the individual learner; Suggestions for achieving curriculum balance in the schools.


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