In a modern school there are so many parts to be played that the question of school management may be looked on from many points of view. For example, the relation of the school to the community and of the community to the school concerns the public administrator as much as the teacher. Hence it is necessary to give some consideration to various aspects of school life if one desires to think clearly about the problems that are generally connected with school management. Schools under discussion are those which make the rungs in the usual educational ladder, the Nursery, Primary, and Modern Secondary Schools. There are also schools for children with special disabilities, such as blindness and deafness. In most modern schools children learn to help each other, but they must also learn to help the staff. The dangers of the system are obvious at any rate to those teachers who have used it in their schools.