Portland Lectureship Series
Portland State College School of Education Secondary Lectureship.
Dr. Paul Woodring joined the faculty of the Western Washington College of Education in 1939 and taught there for over fifty years. In this lecture, he presents a definition of liberal education and argues that many disciplines usually reserved for college-level education should be introduced to high school students.
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Humanistic Education, High schools Administration
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Woodring, Paul, ""Liberal Education in the High School"" (1967). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 26.