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CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TEACHING
William Chandler Bagley (March 15, 1874, in Detroit – July 1, 1946, in New York City), an American educator and editor, was born in Detroit, USA. He graduated in 1895 from Michigan State College, currently called Michigan State University; completed M.S., in 1898, from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, 1898; and was awarded Ph.D. by Cornell University in 1900.

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