John Henry Brodhead

John Henry Brodhead (1898–1951[1][2]) was born in Washington, New Jersey, US.[3] He attended West Chester State Normal school in Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 1919.[4]

Undergraduate and graduate years

From Temple University, he received a PhD in educational psychology.[5]


He was employed as a teacher and a principal in the school system of Philadelphia.[6] He also became principal of one of the largest schools in Pennsylvania.[7]


He was president of the American Teacher Association, the Association of Pennsylvania Educational Association, and the new era Educational.[8]



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