April 1938
Education Digest;Apr1938, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p21
The article presents a reprint of the article "The Dynamic and life-centered curriculum," reported from "Youth Education Today," the 16th yearbook of the American Association of School Administrators. In this article, the author discusses criticisms against the public school curriculum. The curriculum is remote from the students' daily living. The curriculum is not adjusted to modern life. The curriculum does not reflect the aspirations of youth. It is not adapted to individual differences among students. The curriculum failed to kept pace with modern psychology.


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