Education: Gobbledygook Gagged

Back from three years in the Army, a New York University instructor named William Brickman took a look at the educational periodicals he used to write for. "The world," he found, "may indeed move, as Galileo once insisted, but educational writers ... do not." To show what he meant, he wrote a paragraph for School and Society;

"The schools continue to serve pupil and community needs. The teachers revitalize the old methods, stimulate interest in the new program, and implement the recommendations of the curriculum experts. The latter envision a wider adoption of vitalized method and content, and are always striving after...

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