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Educational Specialist (EdS)
Throughout the decade of the sixties, teachers, administrators, curriculum writers and text book companies have all made vigorous attempts to redefine the teaching of English. Teachers have organized themselves on local, state, and national levels to concentrate their efforts and share their knowledge. In part they have been responsible for some of the current trends: better preparation of teachers, experimentation with new methods in the classroom, and more consistent evaluation of what is taking place in the classroom-what teachers teach and what students learn.
Hale, Wilford M., "A Comparison of Extant Articulated English Programs with Current Articulated English Program at Bonneville High School, Utah" (1974). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 699.
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