Date of Award:

5-1951

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Science (MS)

Department:

School of Teacher Education and Leadership

Committee Chair(s)

E. A. Jacobsen

Committee

E. A. Jacobsen

Committee

John C. Carlisle

Committee

David R. Stone

Committee

Stanley S. Richardson

Committee

Dee A. Broadbent

Abstract

It is the purpose of this study to gather data concerning the frequency of occurrence, and the degree of desirability is the judgement of teachers, of selected administrative practices in the secondary schools of Utah, and to present the data in a way that will make them meaningful to those interested in the improvement of administering schools. The study deals with selected administrative practices in terms of : (a) department and school budgets and extra-curricular funds, (b) classrooms, teaching aids and supplies, (c) supervision and other methods of improving instruction, (d) methods of keeping the public informed about the schools, (e) class schedules, assignment of rooms, subjects and extra duties, course of study, books, trips and length of period, and (f) standards for employment, salaries, rating, and other factors affecting the teacher.

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