New Schools for Old

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It is always possible to effect compromises in the interest of health and hygiene but how much more sensible it is when new school buildings are to be constructed to plan the physical environment in such a way that healthful living is encouraged at all times and in all places. Ideally, such careful planning should release time and energy of both teachers and children for further creative living. Miss Hebeler, director of teacher training at the College Elementary School, Central Washington College of Education, Ellensburg, Washington, describes many of the details included in a new building designed particularly to encourage happy, healthful, home living.


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Childhood Education