October 1945
Education Digest;Oct1945, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p16
The article reports that the Northwestern University School of Education is starting a course of study designed to develop understanding and skills necessary to education for citizenship and successful teaching. Instead of the usual credit hours, there will be 16 units, or 4 each year. One-half of the work will be allotted to liberal arts education, 1/5 to professional knowledge, 3/10 to content matter at grade or high-school level.


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