Organization, Administration, and Finance
by Finis E. Engleman & Harriet Nash - 1947
Concern for the education of children between two and six years of age has been expressed in many countries and throughout the ages, certainly since the time of Plato. In America, however, little was done to organize and operate nursery schools until the second decade of the twentieth century. Since that time a heterogeneity of patterns and a multiplicity of supporting and controlling agencies have dotted the nation with institutions for the care and education of the young child.
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