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ERIC Number: ED020576
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION.
BURCHELL, HELEN R.; CASTETTER, WILLIAM B.
SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES HAVE ALTERED SOCIETY'S PERCEPTIONS OF ITS EDUCATIONAL NEEDS WHICH, IN TURN, HAS CREATED SUPPORT FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN LOCAL SCHOOL SYSTEMS. THIS REPORT FOCUSES UPON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION. CONSIDERABLE ATTENTION IS DEVOTED TO ELIMINATION OF THE LAG BETWEEN THE NEEDS OF MODERN SOCIETY AND SCHOOL CURRICULA. SOME OF THE SIGNIFICANT ADMINISTRATOR ACTIVITIES WHICH DEVELOP AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM DEALING EFFECTIVELY WITH (1) WHAT SCHOOLS SHOULD ACCOMPLISH, (2) WHAT EXPERIENCES SHOULD BE PROVIDED AND IN WHAT SEQUENCE THEY SHOULD BE ARRANGED, (3) WHAT FACILITIES, METHODS, AND MATERIALS SHOULD BE USED IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS, AND (4) HOW SCHOOLS SHOULD BE STAFFED ARE EXAMINED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE INTERSTATE PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, INC., DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 61832, FOR $2.00. (TT)
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Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia. Educational Research and Service Bureau.
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