Education: Sweepings

A sweeping view of U. S. Education, a cumbersome wasteful monster which has grown up without plan or authority, was presented last week by Director Charles Hubbard Judd of University of Chicago's School of Education in Education and Social Progress.* Into his book Director Judd swept the following opinions:

Elementary Schools: The eight-year elementary school in the U. S. . . . is the source of enormous, unwarranted waste. The waste in money . . . is of insignificant consequence as compared with the waste in the time and energy of children. . ....

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