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If a spirit of true international friendship is to be inculcated, we must be taught to recognize the achievements of other peoples; be made to realize that their problems are our problems; and, not least of all, be shown that fundamentally we are more alike than different. Teachers are being asked to educate the new generation to the new social order. However, their efforts both by precept and example will be futile so long as they are bound by a curriculum which is too narrow in scope to meet the demands of modern trends.
Barto, H. E. (1937). The Curriculum and a World Point of View. Washington Education Journal, 17(3), 60-61.
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