Wayne State University College of Education William Reitz Records

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William Reitz was a professor in the College of Education from 1937 until his retirement in 1973. He specialized in evaluation and statistics and was an active advisor in the College. Reitz was involved in the creation of a doctoral program and was known for having the most successful Ph.D. candidates in the College of Education; he also served as an examiner for the National Teacher Examination implemented by the College of Education in 1946.

Materials in the this collection consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, faculty seminars, insurance information, student data forms, teacher testing and examinations, reports, publications, committee records, graduate school implementation records, and listings of M.A. and Ph.D. degrees.

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