New Studies in Education: State Participation in Public School Library Service
by Frank H. Koos — 1927
THE purposes of this study were to discover the legal status of public school libraries, and of state libraries and library commissions, organizations which contribute service to school libraries;1 to ascertain the legal powers and duties of state education departments, state libraries, and library commissions in their relations to public school libraries; to ascertain the detailed activities and services authorized by law and actually rendered by these organizations to public school libraries; to set up a program of these activities; and to propose a plan for their allocation.
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