New Studies in Education: The Relation of the State to Private Education in Norway
by Emma Arent - 1928
TO determine the relation of the state to private education in Norway becomes a problem of tracing the historical development of laws governing private education and resolves itself into the following lines of procedure:1 1. To ascertain the various fields in which private education has functioned and the extent of private effort. 2. To discover evidence of state sanction of private education through specific regulations or lack of such regulations. 3. To note the nature of the restrictions imposed upon private endeavor. 4. To show the tendencies of the state to protect and safeguard varied educational interests through measures favorable to public and private effort.
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