Problems in the Organization and Administration of Rural Schools
by Thomas L. Bayne, Jr., Julian E. Butterworth, M. G. Nelson & R. E. Jaggers — 1931
From the multitude of problems in this field four have been selected for consideration. The first two articles deal with the much-discussed question of the relative efficiency of small and large schools; the third raises certain fundamental questions regarding types of local school units; the fourth presents a critical summary of studies in the analysis of the rural-school administrator's work; while the fifth shows the status of the organization of state departments for rural-school service. Lack of space has, in most cases, made it impossible to mention more than representative studies touching these problems.
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