Administrative Problems and Procedures in Compensatory Education
by B. J. Chandler & Frederick Bertolaet - 1967
Attention is focused in this chapter on administrative problems and procedures in urban school systems. Special attention is given to administration in relation to the education of the educationally retarded and disadvantaged in such systems. We are aware that such pupils are found in rural areas and small towns, and much that will be said applies equally to schools in small communities. However, because the vast majority of the pupil population in the United States live in cities (it is estimated that 70 per cent of the population live in urban areas), and because we plan to present as many specifics in this paper as space permits, we chose to stress the problems and procedures in city school systems.
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