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University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1984 - 1985, University Of Central Florida May 1984

University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1984 - 1985, University Of Central Florida

UCF Catalogs

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University Of Central Florida Catalog, 1984 - 1985, University Of Central Florida May 1984

University Of Central Florida Catalog, 1984 - 1985, University Of Central Florida

UCF Catalogs

No abstract provided.


A Comparison Of The Subtests Of The Gesell School Readiness Screening Test As Predictors Of Reading Achievement, Dolores W. Sapp Jan 1984

A Comparison Of The Subtests Of The Gesell School Readiness Screening Test As Predictors Of Reading Achievement, Dolores W. Sapp

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The major purpose of this study was to determine which subtests of the Gesell School Readiness Screening Test are the best predictors of reading achievement. The procedure used was a stepwise multiple regression to determine which subtests were the best predictors of achievement for each reading section of the Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills. Seventy-two students from four schools were evaluated for this study. Three testing instruments were administered to these students. They were the Gesell test, the Otis-Lennon test, and the reading subtests of the Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills. The Gesell test consisted of eight subtests: Cubes, Name ...


An Evaluation Of The Involvement Component Of The Educational Planning And Resource Management System (Eprms) In The Orange County Florida Schools, Michael E. Mekdeci Jan 1984

An Evaluation Of The Involvement Component Of The Educational Planning And Resource Management System (Eprms) In The Orange County Florida Schools, Michael E. Mekdeci

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of the study was to determine if the Educational Planning and Resource Management System (EPRMS), implemented by the Orange County Public Schools, increased parent and/or teacher involvement and communication in the school level decision making process. The study surveyed parents, teachers, and principals about their perception of the communication and involvement at their school during 1982-83 and 1983-84 (the year EPRMS was fully implemented). It was assumed that any increase in communication and/or involvement would be due to the Educational Planning and Resource Management System. A questionnaire was developed after an extensive literature review and input ...