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• The Purposes of Education in American Democracy, Educational Policies Commission, NEA and AASA, Washington, DC, 1938.
• Education for ALL American Youth, Educational Policies Commission, NEA and AASA, Washington, DC, 1944.
• Report of the Committee of Ten on Secondary School Studies With the Reports of the Committee Arranged by Committee, NEA, New York: American Book, 1894.
• Report of the Committee of Fifteen on Elementary Education; With Reports of the Subcommittees: on the Training of Teachers; on the Correlation of Studies in Elementary Education; on the Organization of City School Systems, NEA, New York: American Book, 1895.
• Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education: A Report of the Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education, NEA, Washington, DC: US GPO, 1918.
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• Garrett, A W, "Curriculum History's Connections to the Present: Necessary Lessons for Informed Practice and Theory," Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 9, 1994, 390-395.
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