January 1960
Education Digest;Jan1960, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p19
The article reports on findings of a survey which showed that 56 percent of members of Phi Delta Kappan, a professional education fraternity, approved some form of merit rating. However, only 7 percent believed a rating is available which is generally acceptable.


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