Education: Jessup to Carnegie

When a young Indiana pedagog named Walter Albert Jessup went to Columbia a quarter-century ago to work for his doctorate he found heading the department of educational sociology a man much like himself and only two years his senior. Of this man. Henry Suzzallo, he made a life-long friend. Four years after Professor Suzzallo approved Walter Jessup's dissertation Social Factors Affecting Special Supervision in the Public Schools in the United States, and gave him his Ph. D., both teacher and pupil were called to head State universities—Suzzallo to Washington, Jessup to...

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