Interview with Fred Nauman
QUESTION 1
LOUIS MASSIAH:

I'm trying to get an historical sense, that is before the experiment was even proposed, what expectations did teachers have for involvement in the administration of their schools you were teaching?

FRED NAUMAN:

Ah, back in those days, I don't think we thought about it a great deal. Certainly I didn't and I don't think teachers in my school did.

LOUIS MASSIAH:

OK, could you just rephrase it, saying the teachers. Once again. And look at me.

FRED NAUMAN:

I don't think the teachers, ah, thought a great deal about, ah, involvement in administration of the schools that many of them wanted to become administrators but not, ah, from the point of view, not being involved in administering the schools as teachers.