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educational survey of a suburban and rural county

by Hermann Nelson Morse

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Maryland -- Montgomery County.,
  • Educational surveys -- Maryland -- Montgomery County.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsEastman, Fred, 1886- [from old catalog] joint author., Monahan, Arthur Coleman, 1877- [from old catalog] joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA302.M6 M6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23418874M
    LC Control Numbere 13001371

    McDermott, Michael Dean, "Educational experiences and academic achievement of rural students as compared to suburban and urban students in the United States " ().Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. whether living in a rural, urban, or suburban area is related to reading achievement and, if so, how. We also consider the impact of both a family’s socioeconomic status and the child’s reading achievement level at the beginning of kin-dergarten. We end with potential reasons for the differences between rural, urban, and suburban schools.

    An educational survey of a suburban and rural county; (Washington, Govt. print. off., ), by Hermann Nelson Morse (page images at HathiTrust) Help with reading books -- Report a bad link -- . Total population and housing units, and urban, urbanized area, urban cluster, rural, farm, and non-farm population and housing units by county (from sample data): 1/22/: Total population, and urban, urbanized area, urban cluster, rural, farm, and non-farm population by .

      For example, Monroe County is considered rural, even though its county seat, Sparta, is an urbanized cluster housing 9, people, based on estimates from the American Community Survey. Since metro and micro designations are made at the county level, within many of these areas there are places that might be considered "rural" at a finer scale. mal Crime Control: An Exploratory Survey of Urban, Suburban, and Rural Orientation, 12 Soc. Q. () (suburban and rural residents more likely than their urban counterparts to rely on informal controls to deter crimes). 5 C. SHAW & H. McKAY, JUVENILE .


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Educational survey of a suburban and rural county by Hermann Nelson Morse Download PDF EPUB FB2

An educational survey of a suburban and rural county montgomery county, md. by h. morse and e. fred eastman department of church and country life of the board of home missions of the presbyterian church and a.

monahan united states bureau of education 4' washington mew printing office 19is. An educational survey of a suburban and rural county; Contributor Names Morse, Hermann Nelson, [from old catalog] Eastman, Fred, [from old catalog] joint author.

Monahan, Arthur Coleman, [from old catalog] joint author. An educational survey of a suburban and rural county: Montgomery County, Md., by H.N. Morse and E. Fred Eastman and A.C.

Monahan Instantiates. An educational survey of a suburban and rural county: Montgomery County, Md. Publication. Washington, G.P.O., ; Note At head of title: United States Bureau of Education. Whole number Carrier.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morse, H.N. (Hermann Nelson), Educational survey of a suburban and rural county. Washington: G.P.O., An educational survey of a suburban and rural county: Montgomery County, Md. / by H.N. Morse and E. Fred Eastman and A.C.

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