ERIC Number: ED328373
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1937-Feb
Reference Count: N/A
Adjustments in Rural Education.
Dawson, Howard A., Ed.
This 1937 compilation of articles covers a wide range of problems within the scope of rural public education. The rural education issues discussed fall under the following general headings: (1) professional leadership; (2) rural school supervision; (3) staff training; (4) rural school district organization; (5) physical plants and equipment; and (6) education for rural blacks. Eighteen articles describe rural education programs at work at that time. The article titles are as follows: "Professional Leadership in Rural Education"; "Differentiated Curriculums for Rural Teachers"; "Significant Attitudes for Rural Teachers"; "Program of Training for Rural School Administrators"; "State Stimulation and Supervision of an Enriched Program"; "A County Program for Inservice Training of Rural Teachers"; "A Program of Health Service and Instruction in Rural Schools"; "Educational Objectives of a Public School Program in Rural Areas"; "Procedures for Obtaining Adequate Organization and Administration"; "A Countywide Program of Consolidated Rural Schools"; "Functional Planning for a 12-Year Consolidated School"; "The Arrangement and Equipment of a Model One-Room School"; "A (Virginia) State Survey of Rural School Building Adequacy"; "Experiments and Demonstrations for Improvement among Rural Schools"; "A Curriculum for Small Rural Schools"; "Library Service in Rural Areas"; "Factors Affecting Rural Schools in the South"; and "Financing Rural Negro Schools." (TES)
Descriptors: Black Education, Consolidated Schools, Educational Development, Educational History, Educational Objectives, Elementary Secondary Education, Leadership Responsibility, Rural Education, Rural Schools, School Administration, School Districts, School Supervision, Small Schools, Staff Development, Teacher Attitudes
Publication Type: Historical Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC. Dept. of Rural Education.