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Master of Science (MS)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
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Modern education today is concerned with the growth and development of the whole child. It is the school’s obligation to report to the parents the progress the child is making. The system of reporting the progress of students to parents is important in any school because it is often the only contact between the parents and the teachers. The modern school should seek to provide the most satisfactory types of reports known. Continuous evaluation of the reporting system is of prime importance in order to assure a good report of the child’s progress to the parents. As experience points the way to improvement, it seems the methods of reporting should be revised accordingly.
Thomas, Glenn, "An Evaluation of the Pupil Progress Reporting System of the Elementary Schools of Ogden, Utah" (1957). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2679.
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