The Status of the Supervision of Rural Schools in the United States


by A. C. Monahan 1913

The difference in organization for the management of school affairs in rural and urban portions of the United States makes rural supervision and urban supervision in large measure dissimilar problems. The schools in the ordinary urban system are under the charge of a city school board. The board employs a school superintendent who as its agent is both an administrative and a supervisory officer. In all but the larger cities he is the agent of the board in the management of the business of the school system, as well as in directing its instructional work.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 12, No. 2.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 14 Number 7, 1913, p. 9-16
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