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Western Kentucky University

Educational Leadership

1933

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The Drawing & Holding Power Of The Ohio County High Schools, P. L. Sanderfur Aug 1933

The Drawing & Holding Power Of The Ohio County High Schools, P. L. Sanderfur

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study can be divided into three parts:

  1. To determine the drawing and holding power of the Ohio County high schools.
  2. To find out why certain students are dropping out of school.
  3. To offer suggestions, if possible, as to how the drawing and holding power of the Ohio County high schools may be increased.


A Comparative Study Of The Ability & Effort Of Mccracken County & Paducah, Kentucky, To Support Their Educational Programs, Herman Robertson Aug 1933

A Comparative Study Of The Ability & Effort Of Mccracken County & Paducah, Kentucky, To Support Their Educational Programs, Herman Robertson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The problem is four-fold:

  1. To compare the ability of McCracken County and Paducah, Kentucky, to finance their educational programs.
  2. To compare the effort that McCracken County and Paducah are making to finance their educational programs.
  3. To compare the educational programs of McCracken County and Paducah.
  4. To suggest a defensible educational program based on the ability and effort of the educational unit to support it.


Activities Of County School Superintendents In Kentucky, G. R. Mccoy Jun 1933

Activities Of County School Superintendents In Kentucky, G. R. Mccoy

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study is undertaken to find out what activities are actually performed by the county school superintendent in the state of Kentucky. Much theorizing has been done about what he should do and how he should allocate his time, but it seems that no one has done much to find out just what he does. Courses of instruction are being offered in many colleges for the purpose of preparing person to administer efficiently the office of county school superintendent. These courses are based mainly on theory and not on facts. It is hoped that this study will aid instructors in ...