Deans and Advisers of Boys in Secondary Schools
by Lawrence Riggs - 1939
The study of the position of dean of boys has been relatively neglected. Yet it is important for administrators in secondary schools to know how prevalent the position of dean of boys is, what status he holds, how long the position has been established, what titles it carries, what personal qualifications are deemed desirable and necessary to the successful fulfillment of the duties of the office, and what functions the exigencies of the present situation are demanding of a person in this position.
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