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George L. Jackson
The Michigan Alumnus 56

George Leroy Jackson, Assistant 
Professor of Education, was born in
 Springville, N. Y., May 25, 1875. In
 1900 he graduated from the Buffalo 
State Normal School, and in 1906 
from the University of Michigan. His
 Master's degree is from Columbia, 1907, and his. Ph.D. from Columbia, 1909.

From 1907-1908, he was Research
 Scholar in Education at Columbia, 
and 1908-1909, Fellow in Education. His printed works are "Development
 of School Support in Colonial Massa
chusetts" and a chapter entitled "High
 School Course of Study," contributed
 to "The History of Secondary Educa

In 1902 he married Bess F.