Trends in public school adult education in cities of the United States, 1929-1939

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Teachers college, Columbia university , New York
Adult education., Public schools -- United St


United St

Statementby Andrew Hendrickson ...
LC ClassificationsLC5251 .H39
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 167 p., 1 l.
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The current system of public and private education in the United States is a representation of _____. a. a reflection of societal expectations for student achievement b.

a compilation of the best research of leading university schools of education c. a strong educational oversight by both the state and the federal governments.And a public school in one area might offer the type and style of education that is more typical of private schools in another area.

In the United States, most K–12 students attend public schools, meaning that there are more professional opportunities in public education than in private education.a Public Education in the United States, op.

cit., pp. and bGeorge C. Mann, "The Development of Public School Adult Education," Public School Adult Education, p. 2. Washington: National Association of Public School Adult Educators, c"Adult Education Through Evening High Schools," op.

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