Curriculum Improvement: Decision Making and Process
The Ninth Edition of "Curriculum Improvement" is comprehensive, unique, practical, and thought-provoking. Despite the problems it cites, the book offers a message of hope— that schools can help to solve society's problems by impressing upon children and youth that they can achieve and succeed if they act in doing what they know to be right and productive.
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