College News and Departmental Notes: Educational Administration
by Departmental notes - 1921
The first volume of the Baltimore Survey covering the school building program has been completed. The Board of Education has recommended that it be printed by the Public Improvement Commission, a body that is responsible for administering the loan of $7,000,000 recently voted for public school improvements. This school building study includes a careful survey of the facilities now provided by the city of Baltimore, together with a very carefully developed program for the erection of new buildings during the next ten years. This school building survey, directed by Professors Strayer, Engelhardt, and Evenden, is the most complete and exhaustive study of school building needs ever prepared for an American city. An effort will be made to have additional copies printed and placed on sale so that superintendents of schools, and others who are interested, may have access to the investigation.
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