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Master's Theses

Fort Hays State University

1948

Secondary education

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Achievement In Physical Science In Relation To The Type Of High School Attended, Joseph A. Stremel Jul 1948

Achievement In Physical Science In Relation To The Type Of High School Attended, Joseph A. Stremel

Master's Theses

Certain standards set up oy the State Board of Education upon the recommendation of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction must be met by a class “ A” , “ B “ or " C" school. Administrators in class "A" and "B" high schools are required to hold a Kansas administrator's certificate, and this requirement must also be met by all administrators in class "C" schools by September 1 , 1952. At the present time, teachers in class “ A” schools must have at least fifteen semester hours of preparation in a teaching field , in class "B" schools at least twelve hours , and in class "C ...


The Evolution Of The Junior High School In Kansas, Vernald Charles Rowe May 1948

The Evolution Of The Junior High School In Kansas, Vernald Charles Rowe

Master's Theses

To be specific, the problem of this thesis is to trace the origin and development of junior high schools in the state of Kansas. This study is concerned, basically, with the historical aspects of the problem. Diversions into administration, curriculum, and other elements, while constituting fruitful fields of study, are avoided in order to retain objectivity and continuity of thinking relative to the central theme.


The Measurement Of Retention Of Selected Terms In Constitution Textbooks For High Schools, Roy R. Hoff May 1948

The Measurement Of Retention Of Selected Terms In Constitution Textbooks For High Schools, Roy R. Hoff

Master's Theses

The problem of this thesis was to determine the extent of retention and understanding of selected terms found in certain textbooks in Constitution for Kansas high schools. Sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school were tested in a four - fold way: first, to ascertain the knowledge retained by students in each of three classes of high schools in Kansas; second, to determine how well students understand terms found in Constitution textbooks; third, to ascertain the extent of retention by boys and the amount retained by girls in each of the three school classifications; fourth, to discover the extent of correlation ...