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dc.contributor.advisorHillbrand, Earl K.
dc.contributor.authorGreer, Milford E.
dc.descriptionThesis (M.A.)-- University of Wichita, College of Education, Dept. of Education
dc.description.abstractSchool administrators often become so involved in their local problems that they fail to study the practices and procedures of other schools. Pupils in their schools may thus be deprived of superior educational advantages. The writer has been superintendent of one school for the past thirteen years. Administrative and teaching responsibilities have allowed little time to investigate what was going on in other systems. At various times he has keenly felt the need of knowing more intimately the practices and procedures followed in other schools. This study is an outgrowth of that need. The smaller high school was selected because the writer's work has been in such schools and because many studies of larger schools have been made.
dc.description.tableofcontentsList of tables -- Introduction-- High school districts, classification, grounds, buildings and equipment and equipment 1935-36 -- Finance -- The administrative and teaching staff -- The curriculm -- Special plans for broadening the curriculum -- Extra-curricular activities -- Enrollment and attendance -- Music and physical educaion -- Subject and graduation requirements -- Selection of honor graduates -- The school day and year -- Libraries -- Extended services and community relations -- Guidance, visual education, testing, and supervision -- Bibliography -- Appendix
dc.format.extentvii, 106 pages
dc.publisherWichita State University
dc.rightsWichita State University
dc.subject.lcshElectronic dissertations
dc.titleA comparative study of the third-class city high schools of Sumner County, Kansas, 1935-36

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