Fads and Fallacies in Present-Day Education

Fads and Fallacies in Present-Day Education

Fads and Fallacies in Present-Day Education

Fads and Fallacies in Present-Day Education

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During the past twenty years, Mr. Buchholz has rendered to educators and to education a series of services that should go far toward offsetting whatever unpleasantness may accrue to the educational fraternity from his nimble wit and his passion for plain speech. He is and has been a publisher of educational books and periodicals of the more technical sort. Two highly specialized journals, Educational Administration and Supervision and The Journal of Educational Psychology, the former in its seventeenth year of publication and the latter in its twenty-second, were supported by him without profit, and sometimes at a loss, during the period when the interest of the teaching profession in the scientific study of its problem was slowly developing. He has also published a large number of important monographs, many of which, because of their technical character, could have but a slow sale and in the aggregate a small sale. Young men and young women, starting on their professional careers with high hopes but slender purses, have found in him a generous and kindly--albeit an extremely candid-- friend.

Especially notable have been Mr. Buchholz's contributions to the development of public education in his . . .

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