Master's Theses

Date of Award

Fall 1933

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)




Dr. Robert T. McGrath


The problem of this thesis is to show what specific legislation the states now have in force relating to superintendents of schools and also to what extent state board rulings now in effect relate to them. No attempt is made to determine what legislation or rulings should be made by the states or state boards. It is merely a compilation of laws and regulations as they now exist. The thesis embraces a study of the latest available school laws of each state and additional information relating to state board rulings, secured from letters or pamphlets received from the offices of the different state superintendents of public instruction. The state laws and state board rulings are classified separately.


Copyright 1933 C. A. Clark


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