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Now that the war is here, teachers and school administrators are being assailed by doubts and misgivings as to the importance of their day-by-day tasks. When a nation engages in war, it temporarily sets aside the more thoughtful and humane methods of improving human relationships and becomes absorbed in projecting a more immediate program for achieving an important national objective. Almost inevitably, public education in this country now faces stiff competition and struggle.
Samuelson, E. E. (1942). The War and the Public Schools. Washington Education Journal, 21(8), 191-192.
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