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A Comparative Study Between Department Of Education Assigned-Marks And Accredited High Schools' Assigned-Marks In Alberta, Douglas Harold Christensen May 1979

A Comparative Study Between Department Of Education Assigned-Marks And Accredited High Schools' Assigned-Marks In Alberta, Douglas Harold Christensen

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine if there had been a significant change in the academic achievement, as measured by Grade XII grade-point averages, of Alberta's matriculation graduates since the accreditation of Alberta high schools in 1973.

The experimental population consisted of 100, 1971-72 and of 100, 1976-77 matriculation graduates who had graduated from schools in the rural school jurisdictions in Education zone 6; and of 100, 1971-72, and of 100, 1976-77 matriculation graduates who had graduated from schools in the Medicine Hat urban school jurisdiction. All of the students in the experimental population had completed their ...


The Development And Progress Of Advanced Placement Mathematics In Utah High Schools, Marvin C. Golightly May 1969

The Development And Progress Of Advanced Placement Mathematics In Utah High Schools, Marvin C. Golightly

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Since the beginning of public schools, the bright, gifted students have plagued both teachers and administrators alike. The question of what to do with these bright students has caused much concern, and in this time of concern, many varied and different programs have begun. From some of these experimental stages. This is the Advanced Placement Program, as outlined by the College Entrance Examination Board.


A Study Of The Homeroom Program In Three Senior High Schools In Utah, Ida D. Draayer May 1961

A Study Of The Homeroom Program In Three Senior High Schools In Utah, Ida D. Draayer

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The function of the secondary school is to help each individual develop and direct all of his potentialities. It should seek to help boys and girls find their rightful places as citizens in a democratic world. The fact that each individual is different presents a distinct challenge, and the secondary school is capable of meeting this challenge of individual development if the homeroom functions as it should.


A Course Study In Aviation Education Including A Survey Of Utah High Schools, Lowell P. Summers May 1956

A Course Study In Aviation Education Including A Survey Of Utah High Schools, Lowell P. Summers

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The increasing importance of the airplane in present day civilization

Throughout the ages, after each development in speed of communications and transportation, man has made noteworthy changes in his way of living. Indications are that the gradual development of the airplane to a safe and rapid means of transportation has had a great effect upon society by pushing back the frontiers of the world both geographically and scientifically. The impact of this speed has influenced almost every home and certainly every school in America.


A Study Of The Need For Supervision Of Instruction In The High Schools Of Utah, Caseel D. Burke May 1948

A Study Of The Need For Supervision Of Instruction In The High Schools Of Utah, Caseel D. Burke

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Supervision of instruction, in the schools of the United States, has developed through a long and arduous process to the positlon where it is today considered by our leading educators to be a vital part of the educational system. It has been used in varying degrees of intensity as a tool in helping education to achieve its goals, but seldom has it been utilized so energetically and. so skillfully as to produce the best possible results. There is considerable evidence, that supervision, with its resultant beneficial eftects, has been applied leas vigorously in the secondary schools than it has in ...


A Study Of The Library Facilities And Personnel Of Five Selected High Schools Of Northern Utah, Clyde H. Morris May 1940

A Study Of The Library Facilities And Personnel Of Five Selected High Schools Of Northern Utah, Clyde H. Morris

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

It is the purpose of the present study to determine, and, as far as possible, to evaluate in terms of the Cooperative Study of secondary School Standars the following items as found in 5 selected high school libraries in Northern Utah: (1) objectives, (2) library materials, including book collection, periodicals, pamphlets, clippings, bulletines, and visual aids, (3) organization and administration, including finances, library personnel, classification and cataloging, accessibility of the library, and the librarian's responsibilties, (4) selecting of library materials, (5) utilization of the library, (6) housing and equipping the library, and (7) speical characteristics. Since an administrator must ...