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ERIC Number: ED141053
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1932
Status of Teachers and Principals Employed in the Rural Schools of the United States. Bulletin, 1932, No. 3.
Gaumnitz, Walter H.
Based upon 1929-30 school year data gathered via questionnaires similar to those used in previous studies, this study presents statistical information on the status of teachers and administrators in rural schools (open-country schools or schools in towns and villages of fewer than 2,500 operating under a county superintendent). Specifically, this report includes the following statistical information: the present salary status of rural school teachers (salaries of white teachers employed in rural schools; salaries of Negro teachers employed in rural schools; salaries of principals in charge of rural schools for whites; salaries of principals in charge of rural schools for Negroes; salary trends in the rural schools; and salaries and salary trends of teachers in rural schools compared to those in urban schools); length of school term taught by teachers in rural schools; the educational status of the workers in rural schools (preservice preparation of rural teachers and preservice preparation of the principals in charge of the rural schools); experience status of persons employed in the rural schools (teaching experience of teachers of rural schools and the professional experience of the principals in charge of rural schools); the maturity status of the teachers of rural schools. (JC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
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