A State Curriculum Program Emphasizes In-Service Education

Krug, Edward A.
December 1946
Education;Dec1946, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p238
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the Wisconsin Cooperative Educational Planning Program, which is designed to provide a working balance between statewide leadership and local responsibility. During the first two years of the program, from 1944-1946, the State University provided the full-time services of a faculty member to serve as curriculum coordinator. Special consultant services are provided by members of the State Board of Health and the State Board of Vocational Education. The statewide curriculum planning committee has provided for local use a brief manual on the preparation and use of resource units.


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