William Fletcher Russell
|William Fletcher Russell|
|Born||May 18, 1890
Delhi, New York
|Died||March 26, 1956
From 1917 to 1923, he was dean of the College of Education, State University of Iowa.
In 1923, he visited Bulgaria to study aspects of the local educational system.
In 1927 he became dean of Teachers College, a position which his father once held. He became president of Teachers College in 1949, retired in 1954, then served as deputy director for Technical Services of the International Cooperation Administration.
- How to Judge a School
- Economy in Secondary Education (1916)
- Education in the United States (1917)
- Schools in Bulgaria (1924)
- The Meaning of Democracy (with T. H. Briggs, 1941)
- The Rise of a University (as editor) (Vol. I, 1937)
- "Liberty vs. Equality" (1936)
James Earl Russell
|President of Teachers College, Columbia University
1949 – 1954
Hollis L. Caswell
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