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Master's Theses

Fort Hays State University

Elementary education

1932

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A Comparison In The Efficiency Of The Teaching Of Arithmetic In Grades Four To Eight, Inclusive, In The Standard And Non-Standard, One-Room Rural Schools Of Western Kansas, Roy Ernest Mohr May 1932

A Comparison In The Efficiency Of The Teaching Of Arithmetic In Grades Four To Eight, Inclusive, In The Standard And Non-Standard, One-Room Rural Schools Of Western Kansas, Roy Ernest Mohr

Master's Theses

Considerable discussion regarding the effectiveness of the teaching in the one-room rural school versus the standard school has been going on for some time, and it is hoped that the results of this study will throw some light on this subject which appears to be more or less perplexing at the present time. Education has become a science and its accomplishments can be quite definitely measured by the use of standardized tests. Before their time, the task of comparing schools in educational achievement was practically impossible; with age-grade and achievement norms scientifically determined, it became a simple matter to make ...


A Comparative Study Of Pupils, Teachers, And Expenditures Of Standard And Non-Standard One-Room Rural Schools Of North-West Kansas., Myrtel Newbold May 1932

A Comparative Study Of Pupils, Teachers, And Expenditures Of Standard And Non-Standard One-Room Rural Schools Of North-West Kansas., Myrtel Newbold

Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is primarily to secure facts from which a comparison of the Standard and the Non-Standard one-room rural schools may be made in order to determine whether or not the expenditures of the Standard one-room rural school are greater than those of the Non-Standard one-room rural school, and whether or not the achievement of the pupils in the Standard one-room rural school is sufficiently greater than that of the pupils in the Non-Standard one-room rural school to pay to maintain the Standard one-room rural school on its present basis.