Historical perspectives on large schools in America /

by Hampel, Robert L..
Type: Book
Series: Occasional paper series ; no. 3.3 .
Occasional paper series (Bank Street College of Education) .
Publisher: New York : Bank Street College of Education, c2000 .Description: 20 p. : 23 cm .General Note: June 2000 .Summary: Until the 1970's, the small school was seen as the problem, not the answer. The author relates how large schools in America were once thought to be superior to small schools .Related Subjects: School size -- United States | Public schools -- United States
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June 2000.

Until the 1970's, the small school was seen as the problem, not the answer. The author relates how large schools in America were once thought to be superior to small schools.

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