College News and Departmental Notes: Educational Administration
by Departmental notes - 1920
One of the greatest needs in education to-day is to secure a more intelligent public interest in the work, aims, and methods of our public schools. Realizing this, Dean Russell suggested at the recent Alumni Conferences that the College should provide training in this work. It was his opinion that the task was primarily the school administrator's, and he recommended that courses be organized to train school superintendents for it.
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