What Are the Trends in Planning and Constructing Junior and Senior High-School Buildings and Plants ?
AbstractDiscussion GroupsWhat Are the Trends in Planning and Constructing Junior and Senior High-School Buildings and Plants ? SAGE Publications, Inc.1949DOI: 10.1177/019263654903316333 Lawrence B. Perkins Perkins and Will, 309 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois W. Bruce Kirkpatrick, Principal, John Marshall High School, Los Angeles, California; and Curtis E. Johnson, Principal, St. James High School, St. James, Minnesota, served as discussants. Group XIV—Parliament Room CHAIRMAN: Neal M. Wherry, Principal, Liberty Memorial High School, Lawrence, Kansas manufacturer who wishes to package cereal has a relatively A simple problem. He knows that he has to take certain materials, conduct them through certain types of equipment, assemble and mix them, put the resulting mixture into containers, close the containers, and put them into either storage or a freight car. The objective of all this effort from his point of view is seventy cents additional profit per hundred pounds. It's that simple. Any manufacturer on any tangible job of work is susceptible to an equally oversimplified analysis. It is perfectly possible for the producer of things to be articulate and specific. It is far more difficult for an educator to define his methods and objectives, but not one bit less necessary. An educator can