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Excerpt from Health Education and the Nutrition Class: A Report of the Bureau of Educational Experiments
By publishing this detailed study of our experi ment with nutrition classes in a city school, it is our hope to place at the disposal of other workers such an account of the experience, of the questions raised by it, and of the varying degrees of success and fail ure attending it, as may serve materially to'further the success of other enterprises in the same field of service. The experiment has brought to us clearer understanding of the essential problems of health education, and better appreciation of its true scope and possible place in general educational pro cedure. If our readers will consider with us the successive problems incident to our work at the dif ferent stages of its development, we believe they will arrive with us at that inevitable conclusion of educational experiment, the beginning of further experiment, with enlarged knowledge and improved technique in prospect. Only thus may we account.
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