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Classroom Display.

CLASSROOM DISPLAY. Noel Hodgson. New York: Parkwest Publications, 1988. Illustrated, 95 pp., softbound, $24.95.

Subtitled Improving the Visual Environment in Schools, this book is a somewhat uneven amalgam of ideas concerned with making schools more aesthetically pleasing and educationally productive. Chapter titles include Making Use of Space, Getting the Most from Your Equipment, Producing Books and Booklets and How to Mount a Major Exhibition. Lively drawings, good materials information and succesful display suggestions rescue this publication and make it worthwhile for middle school and high school resource shelves.
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Date:Dec 1, 1990
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