College News and Departmental Notes: Rural Education
by Departmental notes - 1918
Dr. Wilson and Misses Carney, Dunn, Spohr, and Hudson attended a meeting of the County Board of Agriculture, of which Mr. Burris Snyder is president, at Flemington, New Jersey, on September 28. This was the first engagement in the cooperative arrangement between Teachers College and the two New Jersey counties, Warren and Hunterdon. County Superintendent Jason S. Hoffman was in active charge of arrangements, and plans were made for a series of community institutes in the county during the week of November 18. These will be called '"War-Time County Institutes in Cooperation with Teachers College, Columbia University." Their purpose is to present plans and principles for the permanent development and war-time reconstruction of country life.
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