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"Educators are now realizing more keenly than ever that the schools need a large measure of goodwill, particularly of the kind of good will that results from an intelligent understanding among citizens of the aims, the scope, the achievements, and the present problems of their school systems. There is a growing conviction that those school systems which are progressing in the development of a better school program are the ones which have an effective program of Public Relations through which they can communicate to the public their aims, goals, and achievements, and through which the public can communicate to them its needs, its problems, and its aspirations. The writer is convinced that the development of a better educational program in her school system waits upon the development of such program of Public Relations. Therefore, this study has ben undertaken for the purpose of developing a program of activities that may reasonable be expected to function effectively as a Public Relations program in Jackson County"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 41-42).
Florida State University
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