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RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

Cooperative Research Project No. F-2

Edited by

Stephen P. Hencley

University Council for Educational Administration

The research reported herin was supported through the

Cooperative Research Program of the Office of Education,

U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

JANUARY 1962

PURCHASED THROUGH

DOC. EX. PROJECT

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The University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) wishes to acknowledge the helpful cooperation of the various professors, institutions, and agencies whose assistance assured the success of the seminars on which this publication is based, Special thanks are due to the members of the UCEA Advisory Committee on Research Seminars for their assistance in planning the three regional research seminars. This committee consisted of Frank Banghart, University of Virginia; David Clark, Head, Cooperative Research Branch, U.S. Office of Education; Luvern Cunningham, University of Chicago; Daniel Griffiths, New York University; R. L. Johns, University of Florida, E. C, Merrill, University of North Carolina; and Theodore Reller, University of California, Berkeley.

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The many contributions of the host universities--the University of North Carolina, the University of Chicago, and the University of California (Berkeley)--are gratefully acknowledged. Each of these universities provided attractive conference facilities and extended numerous courtesies to the conference participants,

Mention should also be made of the assistance of local university planning committees headed respectively by E, C, Merrill, University of North Carolina; Luvern Cunningham, University of Chicago; and Theodore Reller, University of California, Berkeley,

The Cooperative Research Branch provided the financial support required to launch the seminars. Moreover, personnel from the Cooperative Research Branch made substantial contributions to each of the three seminars through the presentation of papers,

Finally, appreciation is expressed to Sharron Watt for her expert typing and assistance in the preparation of the entire report.

Jack A. Culbertson
Stephen P. Hencley

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