Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Tills manuscript has been written primarily to meet a need arising from the introduction of the consolidated program into the scheme of education.
Only the conviction that there is a need in the schools for a study of the consolidated program induced the writer to undertake its preparation. The subject matter and its arrangement has been selected with regard to the following considerations: First, the history of the consolidated movement can be presented as a great movement with many undercurrents co-existent with civilization itself, and as a part of general education; Second, those facts which explain the existence of the movement or add to the appreciation of the movement are of great value; Third, the study is made in an effort to enlighten the future teachers upon the problem as it exists. It may prove to be of service to teachers looking for reference material, or valuable to those incorporated in such a program.
This is a pioneer study, the first of its kind to be made in Prairie View College, and it is the hope of the writer that it will not end here.
N. T. Archer
Prairie View State College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Muckleroy, E. M. (1937). The Consolidation of Rural Schools in Waller County. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/149