Organization within the University of Graduate Work in Education
by T. R. McConnell - 1951
Educational problems call for expert exploration, precise definition, systematic investigation, and practical solution. It is generally agreed now that the modern university must have a staff specifically charged with these academic responsibilities. In other words, a faculty in the theory and practice of professional education is essential in the organization of a university devoted to professional training and to research related to the central problems of our society and our time.
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