College News and Departmenal Notes: Professor Strayer Declines State Superintendency of Pennsylvania
by Departmental notes - 1919
The Governor of Pennsylvania tried to secure Dr. George D. Strayer, professor of educational administration in Teachers College, for the position of state superintendent of public instruction in that state, to succeed the late Nathan C. Schaeffer. Professor Strayer's declination was based upon his belief that the opportunity for professional service in Teachers College was greater than that which he would have enjoyed in the other office.
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