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The type of experiences which millions of youth of our land is receiving at the hands of our educators in America today is having a profound effect upon our American way of life. We may be sure that this effect is not only immediate but will carry over far beyond our day. Whether we succeed or fail in the retention of our accepted way of life will depend upon the schools of our country and the things which we impart to youth which will cause them to appreciate those ideals which we hold vital to a free people. The majority of the educators of our day will agree that a child must live those experiences which carry over into future life and that he must have opportunity to live those experiences within that part of life which he spends in our public schools. These experiences must be made possible through a well planned curriculum for the school.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 33-34).
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