John Calam Professor emeritus in the Department of Educational
Studies, University of British Columbia.
John Calam is the author of "Parsons and Pedagogues:
The S.P.G.Adventure in American Education (New York and
London: Columbia University Press, 1971), and editor of
"Alex Lord's British Columbia: Recollections of a Rural
School Inspector, 1915-36 (Vancouver: UBC Press,
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