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A Comparative Study Of Scholastic Achievement Between Day And Dormitory High School Students In Ankara, Turkey, Richard B. Howe Jul 1969

A Comparative Study Of Scholastic Achievement Between Day And Dormitory High School Students In Ankara, Turkey, Richard B. Howe

All Master's Theses

The primary purpose of this study was to compare the scholastic achievement of dormitory students and day students after both groups entered Ankara American High School.


A Study Of The Functions And Responsibilities Of State Supervisors Of Home And Family Life Education In The State Of Washington And Home Economics Supervisors Within The Ministry Of Education In Thailand, Wilawan Nartasilpa Mar 1969

A Study Of The Functions And Responsibilities Of State Supervisors Of Home And Family Life Education In The State Of Washington And Home Economics Supervisors Within The Ministry Of Education In Thailand, Wilawan Nartasilpa

All Master's Theses

The intent of the study was to survey functions and responsibilities of State Supervisors of Home and Family Life Education in the State of Washington and their counterparts in Thailand and to raise questions and/or suggestions for improvement in supervision of the home economics program in Thailand.


A Study Of The Revival And Suggested Reforms Of The German School System Since World War Ii (Emphasis At The Secondary Level), Wilbert A. Young Aug 1966

A Study Of The Revival And Suggested Reforms Of The German School System Since World War Ii (Emphasis At The Secondary Level), Wilbert A. Young

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to (1) investigate what influences the American Military Government had on the German education system after World War II, (2) develop an understanding of the general structure of the German school system, and (3) analyze some of the forces affecting changes in the German educational philosophies, practices, and curriculum.


A Study Of Some Children’S Drama In Denmark In 1952 And 1953, Ruth R. Miller Aug 1959

A Study Of Some Children’S Drama In Denmark In 1952 And 1953, Ruth R. Miller

All Master's Theses

When colleges and universities recognize theater as a vital part of a liberal arts education and support productions worthy the attention of students, faculty, and community, theater will become more important to Americans. When the prices of fine productions are kept within the grasp of most people, general recognition of the value of theater will increase. Not bound by tradition, American schools, colleges, and universities have an opportunity to develop an American educational theater, culturally influential.


The United States Army Dependents Schools In Germany, Edward L. Treick Aug 1957

The United States Army Dependents Schools In Germany, Edward L. Treick

All Master's Theses

Never before in the history of the world has one country spent so much time and money in an attempt to educate all of its citizens. The United. States government realizes that the service personnel work better and are happier if their families can be with them. The men that make the laws also know that their children must be educated, hence this great overseas school system was initiated in the various services.