a history of the College Boarda#39;s influence on the substance and standards of American education, 1900-1980 John A. Valentine ... conviction that the writing of an essay offered valuable evidence as to a pupila#39;s ability to use and understand his own language. ... According to Fuess, aquot;It was in striking contrast with the old days when an army of Readers invaded Morningside Heights ... Fuess reports, however, that the Boarda#39;s aquot;inner circleaquot; was quite sure the old days were over for good.
|Title||:||The College Board and the school curriculum|
|Author||:||John A. Valentine|
|Publisher||:||College Board - 1987-06|