anderscj · @anderscj

23rd Jan 2011 from Twittelator Pro

"Despite the fact that this system not only converted the simplest act (e.g. ordering a box of chalk) into a major, complicated operation but also indicated a strong distrust of teachers and principals by forcing them to record every action and giving a clerk the right to decide whether supplies should be granted, Cubberly, in his widely used text on administration, described it as 'A valuable study of costs and accounting, with ledger forms for use." Raymond E. Callahan

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