Dr. and Mrs. Garry Cleveland Myers

E. A. B.
November 1957
Education;Nov1957, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p188
Academic Journal
The article discusses the contributions of Garry Cleveland Myers and Caroline Myers in education. Through his syndicated daily column, Myers has interpreted educational practices for parents. He is an active associate editor of education and his first article appeared in April 1917. "Highlights for Children," a magazine for children widely used in schools and homes, is edited by the couple Myers. It aims to provide youngsters from three to twelve with a wide variety of fun. Part of this purpose is to ready the non-reading child to learn to read, help the beginning reader get the hang of the reading and enjoy success in the early steps of reading and also to help the reading child at any stage to read better.


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