The Adjustment of Ten Disciplinary Problems in a Junior High School in New York City
The purpose of this study is to test the recommendations of modern educators, particularly in the field of school discipline, in their methods of adjusting the child to the school environment. The writers on these topics have based their conclusions, for the most part, on philosophical grounds. It is the writer is intention to discover whether or not these disciplinary suggestions apply in actual practice. For this purpose, he has selected ten cases of disciplinary difficulties by which these recommendations may be tested. Each case consists of a school history, a family history, the recommendations to adjust the pupil, the results obtained, and the conclusions to be drawn from each case.
Educational evaluation|Educational psychology|Middle School education|Developmental psychology
Higgins, Frank Joseph, "The Adjustment of Ten Disciplinary Problems in a Junior High School in New York City" (1932). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29282648.