College News and Departmental Notes: Rural Education
by Departmental notes - 1922
Dr. Fannie W. Dunn was chief instructor at the Professional School for County Superintendents conducted at the University of Montana during January. This school is a unique institution. It was organized four years ago as one of the state service activities of the University. At first only one week in duration, it has for three years past continued for two weeks, during which the county superintendents in attendance devote six hours each day to the consideration of problems in the administration and supervision of rural schools. Since practically all the county superintendents attend, and since the state superintendent and state supervisors of rural schools are among the instructors, the school serves to an unusual degree to unify and develop professional rural school leaders.
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