The Country School Problem: An Address - Accession 1270 - M622 (675)
Accession 1270 - M622 (675)
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John J. McMahan was the South Carolina State Superintendent of Education from 1898 through 1902. McMahan attempted to make the state the primary source of school funding instead of the counties which had previously been tasked with funding each county with inconsistent results. He also advocated for minimum standards for each district to meet in order to receive state funds.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of The Country School Problem which is an outline of an address delivered before the State Teachers’ Association at Harris Lithia Springs, SC on July 17, 1899 by John J. McMahan, State Superintendent of Education. John J. McMahan was the South Carolina State Superintendent of Education from 1898 through 1902.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "The Country School Problem: An Address - Accession 1270 - M622 (675)". Finding Aid 881.
LC Subject Headings
Rural schools; Rural schools--South Carolina