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The Public Assistance Child In The Yakima Public Schools, Ellen Kennedy Brzoska Aug 1961

The Public Assistance Child In The Yakima Public Schools, Ellen Kennedy Brzoska

All Master's Theses

The aim of this study was to determine if the Public Assistance Group of children differed scholastically and intellectually from the children whose parents were not on Public Assistance.


A Survey Of Foreign Relations Emphasis In The Secondary Schools Of Clark County, Washington, Jess Vern Frost Aug 1961

A Survey Of Foreign Relations Emphasis In The Secondary Schools Of Clark County, Washington, Jess Vern Frost

All Master's Theses

This study attempted to determine the extent and nature of foreign relations education being given students in the Clark County, Washington, secondary schools. Eight areas centering around contemporary world history, geography, and problems courses were examined.


Establishing An Integrated Instructional Materials Service, Elsie Eggebroten Tompkins Aug 1961

Establishing An Integrated Instructional Materials Service, Elsie Eggebroten Tompkins

All Master's Theses

This study attempted to discover if Washington school administrators believed it would be helpful to integrate library, textbook, and audio-visual materials into one instructional materials service. The three aspects of the problem to be explored were (1) the feasibility of the proposed service in actual schools in Washington, (2) the qualifications thought necessary for the director of such an integrated service, and (3) the degree to which our schools already approached an integrated instructional materials service.


A Descriptive Study Of The College Elementary School Camping Experience Of Four Fifth Graders, Betty Anne Charlton Jun 1961

A Descriptive Study Of The College Elementary School Camping Experience Of Four Fifth Graders, Betty Anne Charlton

All Master's Theses

This study presented a review of the philosophy and history of school camping, the evolution of the outdoor education program at the College Elementary School, and a study of four fifth grade children before, during, and after their first school camping experience. Interviews, observations, written tests, sociograms, examination of records, and standard camp evaluations were utilized.