2 edition of study of the organization of the American one-teacher school. found in the catalog.
study of the organization of the American one-teacher school.
Yuntin Cheng Li
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|Number of Pages||174|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Schools in the American scene --Changing demographic setting of schools --American schools and the federal government --American schools and state government --The local school district --The intermediate unit of school administration --School attendance areas --The courts --The board.
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She sent e-mail notices to teachers in other schools and scheduled an organizational meeting. There are two types of book-study groups commonly found in schools: professional book groups and literature groups.
In a professional book study. This book, therefore, should be of interest and value to school-board. members and administrators, as well as to college and university students who are preparing to become administrators or researchers and to the in-creasing number of teachers who are interested in or concerned about the organization and administration of education.
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