Social Studies

Parker, Walter C.
November 1988
Educational Leadership;Nov88, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p84
Focuses on issues that concern supervisors and department heads of social studies curriculum. Contents of the curriculum; Lack of student learning; Need for effective education.


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