- Author:Paul Woodring
- Publisher:Phi Delta Kappa Intl Inc (November 1, 1983)
- Pages:123 pages
- FB2 format1643 kb
- ePUB format1378 kb
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Persistent Problems of Education book.
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Paul Woodring, American psychology educator. Recipient Distinguished Alumnus award American Association State Colleges Universities, 1983, Bowling Green University, 1960, Edpress award Education Press Association American, 1962, 64, 66, Distinguished Alumni award Phi Delta Kappa, Writer"s Day award State Washington, 1969. Distinguished service professor. Educational adviser Ford Foundation, New York City, 1956-1962. Consultant Fund Advancement Education, New York City, 1956-1960.
Paul Dean Woodring, who wrote about education in the United States and . Western Washington named its Woodring College of Education in his honor.
Dr. Woodring was best known for his books "Let's Talk Sense About Our Schools" (McGraw-Hill, 1953), "A Fourth of a Nation" (McGraw-Hill, 1957) and "The Higher Learning in America: A Reassessment" (McGraw-Hill, 1968). He retired as Distinguished Service Professor emeritus from the university's department of psychology in 1986.
A New Approach to the Dropout Problem. Geography's Place in Basic Education. A View from the Campus.
Education makes a man. This is so true! The skills, knowledge and learning from school and college, carry us well into . This is so true! The skills, knowledge and learning from school and college, carry us well into our personal and professional lives, in our later years. De-motivated Teachers. One of the biggest problems with education in the United States is that the entire teaching staff has the same salary structure.
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The current secondary education has aggravated the unemployment problem. It might have been better if text-books could be supplied free of cost. Therefore we have to make our secondary education so useful that the students having passed this stage do not run only for admission to universities and unemployment does not increase and they become economically independent by having acquired some vocational skills of productive nature acquired some vocational skills of productive nature. 3). The present secondary education is not related to productivity.
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