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Helping Unsociable Second-Grade Children Become More Sociable

Description: The problem of this study is the attainment of social progress by second-grade children. In substance, the problem is "How sociability can be developed in unsociable second-grade children." Since it is generally conceded by modern educators that the most important outcome of education is the child's ability to attack his life problems and to solve them satisfactorily to himself and to the society wherein he lives, this problem is deemed worthy of consideration.
Date: 1950
Creator: Hanson, Ranghild Emily
Partner: UNT Libraries