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ERIC Number: ED021987
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 356
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Administration and Supervision in Business Education.
Hansen, Kenneth J., Ed.; Liles, Parker, Ed.
The 42 chapters of this book, each contributed by an experienced supervisor of a business education program and a master teacher of business subjects, were originally published in the 1962-1965 May issues of the "National Business Education Quarterly." Part I gives a brief history of administration and supervision in business education with emphasis on the history of federal subsidy to business education, culminating in the 1963 vocational act. It is prefaced with a discussion of the basic philosophy and principles of administration and supervision. Problems of administration and supervision at the state, city and local levels, including specific qualifications and duties of the state supervisor, high school curriculum problems, and responsibilities of the principal and the department head are discussed. The final section of Part I covers problems of administration at all levels, such as standards of achievement, budgeting, guidance, public relations, and classroom visitation. Part 2 is devoted to administration and supervision of business education in colleges and universities, with emphasis on undergraduate and graduate programs in teacher education in state colleges, state universities, liberal arts colleges, and private schools. Part 3 contains selected references. (PS)
National Busi ess Education Association, National Education Association, 1201 Sixteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 20036 ($6.25)
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Authoring Institution: National Business Education Association, Washington, DC.