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Master of Science (MS)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
Basil C. Hansen
Present day trends indicate a definite movement toward building school plants more adequately and more adaptable for community use and for wider community utilization.
It is the belief of many educators that the school should be designed to provide the facilities required for housing the school and its many community programs. It is not primarily a monument to the architect and the school authorities. Schools should be a learning laboratory for all members of the community. Weber County school administrators have consistently supported building utilization point of view as expressed- by Pittenger:
Miller, R. Glen, "Community Utilization of School Plants in Weber County School District From 1955 to 1957" (1958). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3750.
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