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PROFESSIONAL GROWTH THROUGH STAFF DEVELOPMENT
James L. Hager
California Journal of Teacher Education
Vol. 7, No. 4, Staff Development (AUTUMN 1980), pp. 1-11
Published by: Caddo Gap Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23474451
Page Count: 11
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A description of one school district's finding that "Inservice education is to the school operation what good eating habits and a balanced diet are to human growth and vitality," is presented by James Hager. He outlines the development of a program that includes teachers, administrators, parents and others concerned with the educative process. Dr. Hager is Deputy Superintendent of the Lake Washington School District. This district has probably made a larger investment of local money to staff development than any district in the nation.
California Journal of Teacher Education © 1980 Caddo Gap Press