Uncle Sam Develops a New Kind of Rural School

@article{Beatty1940UncleSD,
  title={Uncle Sam Develops a New Kind of Rural School},
  author={Willard W. Beatty},
  journal={The Elementary School Journal},
  year={1940},
  volume={41},
  pages={185 - 194}
}
U NCLE SAM is in the school business. In 377 schools scattered from Point Barrow, Alaska, to Lake Okeechobee, Florida, more than 30,000 boys and girls look to Uncle Sam as schoolmaster. These are the schools which Uncle Sam has built and is operating to fulfil his century-old promise to teach the sons and daughters of the Red Man the things which they will need to know if they are to make their way successfully in the white man's world. What kinds of schools are these that Uncle Sam has… 
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