Perspectives in Physical Education by Walter P. Kroll (Auth.)

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From the very beginning as well, however, there was evidence that more than just an unimportant minority in the association was working for the development of physical education on a path parallel to that of medicine and the biological sciences. A number of important leaders among the association membership seemed to be suggesting at least a dual path of educational and biological emphasis for physical education. Although never having been completely abandoned, emphasis upon a biological science foundation eventually became displaced as a major force in physical education.

Berelson, Bernard. Graduate Education in the United States. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960. REFERENCES 27 3. Bestor, Arthur. The Restoration of Learning. New York: Knopf, 1956. 4. , and Willis Rudy. Higher Education in Transition. New York: Harper, 1958. 5. Carmichael, Oliver C. Graduate Education: A Critique and a Program. New York: Harper, 1961. 6. Cassirer, Ernst. The Problem of Knowledge. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1950. 7. Cart ter, Allan M. An Assessment of Quality in Graduate Education. Washington, D.

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