The Role of the librarian in the guidance program
v, 53 leaves ; 29 cm. Bibliography: leaves 52-53.
A broader application of guidance to the school program is needed in most of our school systems today. Guidance consistent with democratic philosophy becomes a process through which the junior high school seeks to help boys and girls, through democratic procedures, to solve problems whihc are meaningful and of concern to them. A program of guidance should be designed to provide the students with educational, vocational, social, and civic information. Modern trends in guidance point toward the importance of the teacher as a guidance worker. Davis says that guidance is an on-going process and should take place where the need arises.