Date of this Version
Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1931. Department of School Administration.
Supervision in our smaller schools need attention and improvement.Larger schools have much more effective systems and superintendents than do smaller schools.This problem is likely to due to lack of time, and a misconception of supervision.
This research is concerned with the devices, techniques, and politics of intervistation of teachers as one method of improving teachers in service in the school system of eight to twenty-four teachers.
This study is of value because it will show superintendents of small school systems how to conduct supervision efficiently, thereby increasing the overall worth and effectiveness of their educational program.
Advisor: F. E. Henzlik