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1968

Central Washington University

Academic theses

Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration

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Legal Liability Of School Principals For Their Torts In Washington State, David Jerome Harbeck Aug 1968

Legal Liability Of School Principals For Their Torts In Washington State, David Jerome Harbeck

All Master's Theses

According to the laws of the State of Washington, school districts, administrators, and teachers are liable for all of their torts. Since principals are not immune from tort suits, the purposes of this study were (1) to suggest measures to minimize exposure of principals to tort suits, and (2) to suggest measures of protection against such suits.


Electronic Data Processing In Washington’S Schools: A Status Study, Lester Ray Jones Aug 1968

Electronic Data Processing In Washington’S Schools: A Status Study, Lester Ray Jones

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to learn what jobs the largest school districts in Washington were doing on EDP; (2) to learn what equipment was being used in doing those jobs; (3) to learn what EDP was costing the districts who were using it; and (4) to answer other questions which might be of interest to school districts considering the utilization of EDP.


An Administrator’S Guide To Modular Scheduling In The Secondary Schools, Larry E. Norwood Aug 1968

An Administrator’S Guide To Modular Scheduling In The Secondary Schools, Larry E. Norwood

All Master's Theses

This study assumes interest and recognition by administrators of the profound need for organizational change. The study will attempt to utilize the experiences of schools experimenting with modular scheduling in order to establish guidelines for administrators who wish to promote innovative scheduling in their own districts. It is the purpose of this study to show that modular scheduling is possible and can offer added benefits for any school district.


A Study Of Factors Relating To Grade-School Band Dropouts In The Aberdeen School District, Richard Daniel Lundstrom Aug 1968

A Study Of Factors Relating To Grade-School Band Dropouts In The Aberdeen School District, Richard Daniel Lundstrom

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to determine the various causes of student dropouts in the beginning band program; (2) to examine the relation of statistics collected between five elementary schools; (3) to analyze, in particular, various student responses as well as aptitude factors as causes for dropouts; and (4) to compare the results with other selected related studies.


An Investigation Of Public Relations Programs In The First-Class Public School Districts In The State Of Washington, Richard Grove Boon Aug 1968

An Investigation Of Public Relations Programs In The First-Class Public School Districts In The State Of Washington, Richard Grove Boon

All Master's Theses

The purposes of this study were (1) to identify the school district officers who devoted full- or part-time duty to the promotion of public relations; (2) to identify the types of communication that they employed; and (3) to compare such factors as the previous position held by the public relations officer to the present position held by the public relations officer, the area of emphasis public relations program receives to the competency public relations officer feels in emphasized area, and the size of district student enrollment to the desire for the establishment of full- or part-time public relations positions.


An Examination Of View Compatibility Between Graduate Study Planners And School Principals Concerning Preparation Requirements For Principal Credentials, Charles Robert Frisbie Jul 1968

An Examination Of View Compatibility Between Graduate Study Planners And School Principals Concerning Preparation Requirements For Principal Credentials, Charles Robert Frisbie

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to ascertain the extent to which views and opinions of graduate study planners and implementers of courses leading to principal's credentials agree with views and opinions of public school principals and it assumes that such information might influence the planning of future courses of study for public school administrators.