Leader in Education

King, Fred M.
November 1966
Education;Nov1966, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p185
Academic Journal
The article profiles Fred M. King, Director of Instruction in the Rochester, Minnesota, Public Schools. King has long been deemed a leader in the field of curriculum development. King, who was educated at Bradley and Columbia Universities, spent many years in each position of elementary school teacher, junior high school teacher, senior high school teacher, and counselor. King has written many articles for the periodical "Education" as well as for other educational journals. He has also written several supplementary texts for grades 4-8.


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