College News and Departmental Notes: Educational Administration
by Departmental notes - 1916
The class work of the practicum in educational administration has this semester been based very largely upon a survey of the school systems of Nassau County, Long Island. About thirty-five members of the class have been engaged in the field work on this survey, which has included studies of the classification and progress of pupils, of the achievements of pupils in handwriting, spelling, English composition, arithmetic, language, and reading, of buildings and equipment, of costs and accounting, of special classes and activities, of the organization and administration of the schools, of the teachers, and of the courses of study. This survey has been made possible by the Nassau County Association, and is under the general direction of the New York State Department of Education. Other members of the practicum have been doing equally important and practical work in the Montclair, New Jersey, school system, under Superintendent Bliss.
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