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Social promotion is accomplishing what it was in tended to do; it is relieving the various grades of over-age, floundering students. If we are to help these potential failures, the authors contend, we must devise new educational systems.
In the following article, Tegarden takes a hard look at middle-level education—where it has been, where it is, and where it should be going.
The National Honor Societies, administered by the National Association of Secondary School Princi pals, continue to play an important role in our na tion's junior and senior high schools. Gaut, a former director of the Societies, discusses their purposes.
Determined to learn first-hand what kinds of data are the most meaningful to admissions directors, these authors conducted a survey of 80 colleges and uni versities to inquire the range of acceptability of their own school transcript practices. They share the results in this article.
The writings of Alfred North Whitehead, a philoso pher who died in 1947, offer much food for thought to present-day educators. McGuire reviews these writings below.
If women are to achieve equality of opportunity in today's society, they must attain a degree of per sonal autonomy. The writer believes schools can help young women develop the necessary com petencies to reach this goal.
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