The Contributions of Cumulative Personnel Records to a Teacher-Education Program: As Evidenced by Their Use at the State Teachers College at Towson, Maryland
by Rebecca Catherine Tansil - 1939
Cumulative records have been the subject of much discussion during the past few years and they are now being used in many educational institutions.1 Little effort has been made, however, to determine the value of these records or the contributions they are making to education. The purpose of this study was to determine the contributions that cumulative personnel records have made to the program of teacher-education at the State Teachers College at Towson, Maryland.
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