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A Study To Determine The Sources Of Friction Between Parents And The Yakima Public Schools, Clifford Albert Erickson Aug 1952

A Study To Determine The Sources Of Friction Between Parents And The Yakima Public Schools, Clifford Albert Erickson

All Master's Theses

The purposes of this study are threefold: 1. To study recorded individual complaints directed at a Class A public school system during the period of one full year. 2. To identify the source of these misunderstandings and possibly the reasons for their occurrence. 3. To suggest some common methods of dealing with parents and the public at large in an effort to eliminate the criticisms.


The Responsibility Of Schools For Meeting The Leisure Time Needs Of The Community, Gerald M. Hanft Aug 1952

The Responsibility Of Schools For Meeting The Leisure Time Needs Of The Community, Gerald M. Hanft

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this paper was to determine the extent to which authorities in the fields of recreation and education consider the leisure time needs of the community as a responsibility of schools. The author has also attempted to show what changes must take place in educational patterns if schools are to meet these leisure time needs.


A Job Analysis Of High School Principalships In Yakima County, Robert Schmelzlee Aug 1952

A Job Analysis Of High School Principalships In Yakima County, Robert Schmelzlee

All Master's Theses

The object of this study is to make an investigation of the status of the high school principal in Yakima County. This paper will attempt to answer a few of the more important questions that are frequently asked concerning the principal and his work.


Problems Of Attendance In The Elementary School, Keith E. Haskins Aug 1952

Problems Of Attendance In The Elementary School, Keith E. Haskins

All Master's Theses

Although education is essentially a state function, the very nature of school attendance makes it primarily a local administrative problem. Therefore, the purpose of this study is three-fold: 1. To explore certain problems of pupil attendance on the elementary school level. 2. To identify and study problems which directly affect school attendance adversely. 3. To discover possible administrative policies which might be used in the improvement of school attendance.