Administration of Public Education


    IN his presidential address to Section L (Education) Mr. John Sargent discusses the part which administration, and local administration in particular, ought to play as a medium through which the basic principles of educational science, as revealed either by a priori reasoning or as the result of research and experiment, may be translated into action so far as the public system of education is concerned.

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    Administration of Public Education. Nature 142, 347–348 (1938).

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