Publications, Films, Agencies, and Other Aids in Rural Education
by Zoraida E. Weeks — 1952
This yearbook provides an overview of education in rural America today, describing the setting of rural education in American country life and stressing its importance in national welfare and development; setting forth the present status and trends in administration, organization, finance, and instruction in rural schools; facing the obstacles in the way of better rural education; and pointing out ways in which crucial problems are being attacked and may be overcome by united action of educational leaders and interested citizens at national, state, and local levels.
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