anderscj · @anderscj

30th Jan 2011 from Twittelator Pro

"Since 1957, for example, superintendents have been under great pressure to emphasize science, mathematics, and foreign language and they have responded quickly to that demand. They are also being urged, often with the hope of economizing, to introduce new panaceas such as teaching machines and educational television. Unfortunately their training does not enable them to understand the educational aspects, advantages and limitations, of these devices; so if they are adopted it is apt to be for public relations purposes." Raymond E. Callahan

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