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Revenue Trends And Sources Of Revenue In The Public Schools Of Utah, G. Frank Raymond May 1952

Revenue Trends And Sources Of Revenue In The Public Schools Of Utah, G. Frank Raymond

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

During the fast few years revenue for the support and maintenance of public schools in Utah has become a subject of increasing concern and discussion. Considerable effort has been made on the state level in an attempt to equalize the financial programs among the school districts in the state. Much of this effort has placed its emphasis upon property tax as the major source of school revenue, both on the local level and the state level. Inflationary trends in the national economy have added to the aggravation of this problem. It has become increasingly necessary to seek additional revenue in ...


An Intensive Study Of The Practices Of Financing Extracurriculum Activities Discovered In Five Utah Secondary Schools, Irving B. Moore May 1952

An Intensive Study Of The Practices Of Financing Extracurriculum Activities Discovered In Five Utah Secondary Schools, Irving B. Moore

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The Evaluation of the effectiveness of the various aspects of our educational activity has long been practiced. Such evaluations have resulted in greater efficiency and widespread improvements in the educational fields. Continued appraisal of those aspects of our extracurricular programs that will result in greater efficiency is an ever present need; and the need for continual improvements in the field of extracurriculum finances assumes greater importance now, since, in the addition to a greater tax burden for education, parents must contribute to the bulk of the funds for the extracurriculum program, in one way or another, through meeting the needs ...


Snow College, Its Founding And Development, Ross Partington Findlay May 1952

Snow College, Its Founding And Development, Ross Partington Findlay

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

It is the purpose of this thesis to give an account of significant events in the founding and development of the school, now known as "Snow College", during the founding and maintenance by the Latter-day Saint Church. This study is confined to the forty-four years the institution was under the control of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and deals largely with data of educational significance. the problem, thus, is the founding and the development of Snow College, while under the direction of L.D.S. Church


Social Status Of The Male Teacher In The Utah Rural Elementary Schools, Morris M. Miller May 1952

Social Status Of The Male Teacher In The Utah Rural Elementary Schools, Morris M. Miller

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Prior to 1820 the teaching profession in the United States was composed predominantly of men. However, with the opening of the American social and economic world to woman, the female teachers became more numerous, until at the close of World War II only about 6 percent of the elementary school teachers in the United States were men.


Evaluation Of Aspects Of The Guidance Programs In The Salt Lake City High Schools: An Opinion Survey, Liliuo Poulter May 1952

Evaluation Of Aspects Of The Guidance Programs In The Salt Lake City High Schools: An Opinion Survey, Liliuo Poulter

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

A significant phase of the modern high school curriculum is the program of specialized guidance services to pupils. The importance of providing personalized services as a means of aiding individuals to grow toward social and occupational adequacy is becoming more and more definitely recognized by educators today.


A Comparison Of The Band And Orchestral Programs In The High Schools Of Utah, George D. Harris May 1952

A Comparison Of The Band And Orchestral Programs In The High Schools Of Utah, George D. Harris

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

In the schools of Utah, as elsewhere in the nation, a situation has arisen which is of vital importance to the continuance of orchestral music. We find, on the basis of casual observation, that the string instruments are not being taught on an equal basis with the band instruments. It is generally assumed that band and orchestra instruction are equally desirable in an instrumental program. Unfortunately, many school authorities are not aware of the necessity of such equal opportunities for school children and as a result we may find string music relegated to an insecure position in our educational system.