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Educational Foundations and Curriculum
Recreation Leadership is a new profession. In fact, it is the newest of the present-day professions. In this early stage of development, there is a growing demand for qualified personnel. As a result, enterprising young men and women find that this new field offers a challenging and interesting future. It is the responsibility of these new leaders in organized public-supported recreation to furnish the time, place and necessary leadership for development in this new profession.
Kem, S. (1947). Recreation Leadership Training. Washington Education Journal, 27(2), 72.
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