Monroe, Paul

Monroe, Paul,

1869–1947, American educator, b. North Madison, Ind., grad. Franklin College, 1890, Ph.D. Univ. of Chicago, 1897. At Teachers College, Columbia, he was professor of education from 1902 until his retirement in 1938; he also served as director of the School of Education (1915–23) and of the International Institute after 1923. In 1932 he became president of Robert College and of the American College for Girls, both in İstanbul. Monroe made school surveys in the Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, and Iraq. He edited the Cyclopedia of Education and Principles of Secondary Education (1914) and wrote China, a Nation in Evolution (1928) and several works on education, including Founding of the American Public School System (1940).
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Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Teresa Clark of Veneta and Glenda Moore of Illinois; two sons, Robert of Oakridge and Homer; three brothers, Robert of Monroe, Paul Bryant of Jackson, Tenn., and Ed Bryant of Elgin, Ill.; four sisters, Peggy Smith of Brownsville, Dorthy Duncan of Stanton, Tenn., Catherine Lisk of Shelton, Wash., and Edna Marbury of Jackson, Tenn.; and six grandchildren.