Specialized Support for the Superintendent
by Warren G. Findley - 1964
Analyzing the complexities of the modern superintendency, the author argues that an urgently central role for the superintendent is that of "mayor of youth" and that his primary support must come from a professionally trained and creatively used staff in pupil personnel services.
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