Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Spring 1973

Abstract

Sylvia H. Hudes, principal of Seven Locks School in Maryland, writes of "the immense responsibility implicated in guiding the minds of young people," and of her sensitivity to it, adding: "To insure at least a small measure of human dignity to each student, our children are encouraged to write a personal journal of experiences, kept daily." One rewarding composition, by second-grader Karen Polis, she has shared with us.

 
 

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