Financial Administration of Extra-Curricular Activities
by Harry C. McKown & Meyers B. Horner - 1926
A program of extra-curricular activities costs money. This involves both raising and spending. As high schools have increased in number, enrollment, and curricular offerings, so have they increased in number and complexity of extra-curricular opportunities, organizations, and activities. In the past, and in fact in many schools now, these activities have not been sufficiently recognized officially and school administration has made little or no provision for conducting them along reasonable and business-like lines. They grow up, some better and some worse, and few of them with as sound and sympathetic guidance as might well be.
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