Milieu. We live in an age when reading is a subject of concern to the man on the street as well as to the scholar. The "This Week" section of recent Sunday newspapers serves as only one indication of the public interest in our subject. We live also in a time when scientific reasoning by a staff or team of administrators, teachers, and researchers is not only possible, but encouraged. We live at a time when the factors of group dynamics and individual counseling (6) are being considered as important elements in learning processes. In these things, all of us have cause to rejoice.
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