This report, written by Kefauver and Edward Krug, is the result of a five-year study of the theory and practice of social
education, involving 112 teachers and 31 administrators from 10 school systems in the western United States. The study was
undertaken by the Stanford Social Education Investigation, which was established in January 1939. Workshops were held in the
summers of 1939-42 and during school years participants carried out experimental projects.
American educator; United States representative to Preparatory Commission for Establishing the United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organization. He died in 1946.
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