Many people suppose that there is a definite connection between intelligence and high standing in the social and economic world. The problem of this thesis is to consider the validity of such an idea. Are the children of professional men superior in intelligence and learning ability to the children of laborers and tradesmen? Is the Nation wasting time and funds trying to provide equal opportunity for all children, regardless of their social and economic standing?
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Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
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Harrington, Eldred Ray. "A Study of Students' Marks in Science Classes Compared to the Trades and Professions Followed by the Parents." (1954). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_teelp_etds/123