March 1944
New Republic;3/20/44, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p362
Focuses on the application of the democratic principle to society's attitude towards teaching. Raise of the economic level and prestige of individual teachers. Suggestion that Jealousy of school principals, superintendents and school boards should not be permitted; Proposal that full recognition of classroom teachers in the educational system; Recommendation that constant search should be made for valorous teachers in schools, and for outstanding feats in pedagogy; Contribution of the Progressive Education Association for the recognition of democracy in education.


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