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"Recently, Schools of Education have been carrying on studies that will help one to clarify the scope of the leadership program and to justify what the position of the elementary principal is in the public relations program. Indications from many of these studies point to the fact that there must be integration between the thinking and doing, and that the major responsibility of the principal of today is to secure various supervisory techniques for providing these experiences. Integration between the teaching practices and sound principles of education is the responsibility of the principal in the over-all program, such integration involves the process of dealing with human beings. Therefore, this paper is concerned primarily with the duties and responsibilities of the principal in the planning, with the faculty, of a program that is appropriate for his own individual school and the needs of the community. Publicity may assist in enlisting a common understanding of the educational standards, leading to moral and financial support from the community, but the problem to stress is a successful, well-planned program for boys and girls. The need for this kind of a program is most important for improving status and promoting the advancement of the professions in relations with the public"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 48-49).
Florida State University
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