The Role of the School Administrator in Developing Educational Programs for Youth
by James H. Cherry - 1953
If education is to serve democracy, such service must be oriented by experience in situations in which democracy is practiced as a way of getting at all aspects of educational endeavor. Three generalizations are pertinent to this point of view where effective administrative leadership is to be exercised in adapting secondary-school programs 'to the needs and interests of youth in a democracy.
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