2 edition of Centralizing tendencies in educational administration in Ohio since nineteen hundred found in the catalog.
Centralizing tendencies in educational administration in Ohio since nineteen hundred
J. O. Engleman
|Statement||by James Ozro Engleman.|
|Series||The Kent state college quarterly, vol. xx, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||LB2806 .E55 1932|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, , 186 p.|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||33028050|
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New York, AMS Press . ENGLEMAN, JAMES OZRO. Centralizing Tendencies in Educational Administration in Ohio since Nineteen Hundred. Kent, Ohio: the Author (Kent State College), p. (Doctor's thesis, Ohio State University.) FORD, ROBERT S. The Allocation of Corporate Income for the Purpose of State Taxation.
Special Report, No. Engleman, James Ozro. "Centralizing Tendencies in Educational Administra tion in Ohio Since Nineteen Hundred, ' ' Kent State College Quarterly, XX (February, ), vii -f- pp. This bulletin contains a statement of the problems, the extent to which educa tional administration in Ohio was cen.
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