Gruver, Harvey S.
December 1935
Education;Dec1935, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p227
Academic Journal
This article presents an opinion regarding the in-service training of elementary and high school teachers in the U.S. Master teachers need to emphasize to high school students as well as to teachers college students that involvement in the teaching profession is a commitment to a lifetime of continuing education. First-year teachers have the right to expect intelligent guidance from master teachers, school superintendents, and school admininistrators.


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