Nebraska Authors

Albert Ray Lang

Born 1885-10-31 York, NE (USA)

Died 1971-11-07
Fresno, CA (USA)

Places Lived

Fresno, CA
Washington State
Wyoming
Panama Canal Zone

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Education

Education

AB, 1909, Nebraska Wesleyan University, University Place, NE
MA, 1912, University of Nebraska Teachers College, Lincoln, NE
Columbia University (New York)
PhD, 1924, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Occupation

Educator
Dean of the Education Department, Fresno State College, Fresno, CA
Executive Dean Emeritus: 1955

Places Worked

Public schools in Nebraska and Wyoming, 1909-1913
U.S Government School System on Panama Canal Zone 1913-1922
Washington State Normal School 1923-1927
Fresno State College: 1927-1955

Bibliography

Problems of the Teaching Profession. 1925. (with John C. Almack)
The Beginning Teacher. 1928. (with John C. Almack)
Modern Methods in Written Examinations. 1930.
Principles of Modern Education. 1937. (with Frank W. Thomas)

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