The Concentration of Schools and Transportation of Pupils

G.P. Glenn
1903 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
An up-to-date educational journal wisely sttggests that the social philosophers who are seeking an explanation for the rush of the rural population to the city should turn their eyes upon the district school. It is undoubtedly one of the overlooked causes. Thousands of country people sell or rent their farms and go into town in order to give their children educational advantages which they cannot have in the country schools as they are at present conducted.
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