Wraga, William G., "The Inglis Surveys: Social Efficiency Thesis Anomalies," pp. 13-38 in Lynn M. Burlbaw and Sherry L. Field, eds., Explorations in Curriculum History Research. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 2005.
Reviews the school surveys done by Alexander James Inglis from 1912-1922; characterizes the nature and purpose of this work in relation to the overall survey movement.
Broad Topical Focus
Curriculum Change, Curriculum Policies and Policy Making
Mode of Inquiry in the Study
Type of Study
Curriculum History, Curriculum Specialists in Schools
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