This book examines what progress the Secondary Modern Schools had made in the mid 1950s, based on first hand observation and conversations with teachers, parents, school governors and education officers. As well as looking at their achievements, the author highlights the challenges that the Secondary Modern Schools had to deal with during the years surveyed.
Preface. Part 1 1. ‘Lest We Forget’ 2. An Emerging Pattern? 3.. Senior Elemntary ‘Plus’ 4 ‘Developing Out of the Interests of the Children’ 5. Special Courses Part 2 Problems Old and New. Index.
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