Education in a Changing Rural Life
by Lowry Nelson — 1952
Every school is established and maintained by and for the community. It is part of a network of many social institutions and relationships. As a part of the total community it is influenced by changes in rural life and, in turn, influences various aspects of community life. The relation of the school to the community is a reciprocal one.
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