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A Survey Of Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding The Effectiveness Of The Middle School, Norman A. Heggenes Jul 1969

A Survey Of Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding The Effectiveness Of The Middle School, Norman A. Heggenes

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to determine teachers' expressed attitudes regarding the effectiveness of the middle school in the state of Washington, as revealed through a questionnaire study.


A Survey Comparing Aspects Of Programs For The Able Student At Lochburn Junior High School In The Clover-Park School District To Selected Junior High Schools From Throughout The United States, Larry Allen Carlson Aug 1968

A Survey Comparing Aspects Of Programs For The Able Student At Lochburn Junior High School In The Clover-Park School District To Selected Junior High Schools From Throughout The United States, Larry Allen Carlson

All Master's Theses

Even though programs for the talented have been expanding in this country for the last thirty years, the "knowledge explosion" currently being experienced in the United States suggests that even more must be done to fully develop the potential of the highly able student.


A Survey Of Small School Districts’ Junior High School Summer Program Offerings, Donald W. Moore Aug 1968

A Survey Of Small School Districts’ Junior High School Summer Program Offerings, Donald W. Moore

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to obte.in details of summer school programs, including practices which were considered by the districts to be innovative.


A Comparative Analysis Of The Academic Achievement Of The Athlete And Non-Athlete In The Junior High School, Burlan Richard Johnson Aug 1967

A Comparative Analysis Of The Academic Achievement Of The Athlete And Non-Athlete In The Junior High School, Burlan Richard Johnson

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this investigation to determine if there was a significant difference between the academic achievement of the athlete and the non-athlete at the junior high school level.


Junior High School Football Program, H. Keith Shahan Aug 1967

Junior High School Football Program, H. Keith Shahan

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to study the junior high school football program regarding organization, procedure, and format. This study will attempt to (1) show the basic needs of junior high school age boys, (2) discuss the advantages of the junior high school program, (3) discuss the disadvantages of the junior high school program, and (4) present recommendations for changes which could insure a better program.


An Analysis Of Junior High School Performances Of Students Admitted Early And Late In The Ellensburg Public Schools, Clark Atkins Smith Mar 1967

An Analysis Of Junior High School Performances Of Students Admitted Early And Late In The Ellensburg Public Schools, Clark Atkins Smith

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to analyze the outcomes of the early admission practice of the Ellensburg Public Schools during the period 1956 through 1959 as it related to public school students whose birthdates occurred after September 10 and before February 1. These outcomes were studied in relation to a limited number of factors assumed to be significant in measuring the educational development and school progress of students. Screening procedures were related to these results. Junior high school performances of students originally admitted to kindergarten or the first grade after reaching normal minimum-age requirements were compared with those of ...


Pupil Administrative And Pupil Clerical Ratios Of Junior High Schools In The State Of Washington, William Richard Gourley Jan 1966

Pupil Administrative And Pupil Clerical Ratios Of Junior High Schools In The State Of Washington, William Richard Gourley

All Master's Theses

Specifically, the purposes of this study are to: l. Identify the legal responsibilities of the junior high school principal. 2. Establish criteria for justifying the release of a principal from classroom teaching and the employment of administrative and clerical assistance. 3. Determine the ratio of administrators to the number of pupils enrolled in the three year junior high schools of the State of Washington with enrollments between 500 and 1,000. 4. Make necessary recommendations regarding the administrative staffing of Washington's junior high schools.


A Survey Of Selected Attendance Problems In The Toppenish Junior High School, Bruce K. Comer Aug 1959

A Survey Of Selected Attendance Problems In The Toppenish Junior High School, Bruce K. Comer

All Master's Theses

The field of attendance is very broad in scope. This is not a study of a single problem. The main part of the research deals with the relationship between absences and grades, and the question frequently comes up, “Are absences the cause of poor grades, or are poor grades the cause of absences?”


A Study Of The Activities And Attitudes Of Yakima Junior High Teachers In The Block Of Time, Mark Bontrager Aug 1956

A Study Of The Activities And Attitudes Of Yakima Junior High Teachers In The Block Of Time, Mark Bontrager

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of the present study to evaluate the block of time as it is used in Yakima junior high schools. This study had a twofold intent: first to review the literature on the block of time as related to core philosophy, and second to present the results of a study of the activities of Yakima junior high school teachers in the block of time and its related core techniques as well as the results of a study of attitudes toward the block of time as it appears in the Yakima junior high schools.


Today's Junior High School, William R. Oliver Aug 1950

Today's Junior High School, William R. Oliver

All Master's Theses

The writing of this paper provides a means for the survey of the principles of organization and the ways of meeting the needs of junior high school students. It is the intention of this paper to present the functions, the principles and the methods of instruction prevalent in the junior high school.