New Methods Vs. Old in American Education: An Analysis and Summary of Recent Comparative Studies
Progressive Education Association (U.S.). Informal Committee on Evaluation of Newer Practices in Education, George Derwood Baker, Robert Morris William Travers, Mabel Viola Cassell
Teachers college, Columbia university, 1941 - Education - 56 pages
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PRESENT TRENDS IN EDUCATION
THE EVIDENCE ABOUT OLD AND NEW METHODS
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