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ERIC Number: EJ520528
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1995
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ISSN: ISSN-8756-0534
Logic Gone Wrong: A Reply to DeYoung, Howley, & Theobald (1995) (Jon Wiles) [and] Argument Misguided and Divisive: A Reply to DeYoung, Howley, & Theobald (1995) (Joan Lipsitz) [and] Revisiting and Extending the Argument: A Rejoinder to Wiles and Lipsitz (Alan J. DeYoung, Craig Howley, Paul Theobald).
Wiles, Jon
Journal of Research in Rural Education, v11 n2 p128-33 Fall 1995
Two viewpoints criticize the views of DeYoung and others by claiming that the middle school movement came about as a result of research documenting the developmental needs of children. Rejoinder by DeYoung and others maintains that this trend has led to the loss of rural communities and had more to do with economic factors and rural elementary school consolidation. (LP)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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