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Western Kentucky University

Educational Leadership

1946

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A Program Of County Attendance Improvement, Robert Edwards Aug 1946

A Program Of County Attendance Improvement, Robert Edwards

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study deals with a proposed county plan for the improvement of attendance in the State of Kentucky.

IN the consideration of this problem there are four considerations:

1. A county attendance program with definite objectives must be set up.

2. There must be cooperation between the attendance office and other school officials.

3. An individual school program must be set up.

4. Accounts records of school census and attendance are necessary in order that the problem may be solved.


Reorganization Of Russell County's Schools, Luther Wilson Aug 1946

Reorganization Of Russell County's Schools, Luther Wilson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to deal with some undesirable conditions which could be corrected. Why should two small high schools exist with only seven miles separating them? Why should classes composed of fewer than ten students be taught, when the same students could be taught in larger groups, through consolidation without inconvenience to anyone? Why should 173 adolescents of Russell County eligible for high school not attend school? Why should teachers of two high schools in Russell County work in overcrowded buildings when they could work under better conditions. These are some of the problems which confront the ...


The Reorganization Of Hopkins County Schools, John Adams Aug 1946

The Reorganization Of Hopkins County Schools, John Adams

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Purpose of the study - Educators and lay citizens alike, in the main, want the schools to extend their services so as to meet all the educational needs of the youth. Surveys of the schools in the Hopkins County District in recent years have convincingly revealed that these services are not being rendered. At the suggestion of the Hopkins County School Superintendent H.W. Wilkey, and others this study is being made.

This is an intensive study of the schools of Hopkins County as they exist today, with suggestions for a plan of reorganization to bring them to the point of ...