Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
the job of the school board is to provide all children in its district with an education that meets their needs and those of society. It is never easy to do and becomes more difficult with the rapid growth of knowledge and the increasing complexity of the modern world. Education cannot stand still in the face of exploding knowledge, increasing dependence on science and technology, almost instant communication throughout a shrinking world, and the rise of new ideas and experimental methods of instruction. The school board must be alert to the changing situation and grow with it.
Miller, Roger A., "Analysis of the Function of Seventeen Selected Nebraska Class III School Boards" (1970). Student Work. 2569.