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Publication Date: 01/01/1926

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Leonard Koos, in this first Inglis Lecture, passes in review certain present trends in secondary education—the popularization of the secondary school, expansion and functional differentiation of the training program, individualization of instruction, improvement of teaching method, development of allied activities, educational and vocational guidance, and the downward and upward extension of the period of secondary education—and, as each comes into the field of attention, inquires briefly into its significance and touches briefly upon it in its relationship to the others.

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