anderscj · @anderscj

25th Jan 2011 from Twittelator Pro

"Later in the speech he told his audience that administrators must be 'students of the social sciences, of all that is included in the fields of history, sociology, economics, psychology, political science....' The educational leader, he said, 'must be a reader and a student.' As far as he was concerned, he said. 'I like to think of the teaching staff as a company of scholars engaged in the education of youth.' Those were rare words in administrative circles in 1925." Raymond E. Callahan

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