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What are schools for
Problems of schooling in the United States are explored in the monograph. Major educational problems are grouped in two categories--confusion over educational objectives and a rush to solve vaguely understood educational problems with ill-conceived action. The conclusion is that schools can best fulfill their prime role of developing the full potential of each individual by concentrating on educational functions in a common school setting.
Contributor: Goodlad, J.I.
Author's address: Phi Delta Kappa
Eighth and Union, Box 789
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa
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