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Master of Science (MS)
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
H. B. Hunsaker
It was the general belief of the developers, curators and protectors of the American form of Government that education of the masses is the backbone of the Democratic way of life practiced in the United States. This belief has been the foundation for the development of broad curriculums, expanded facilities and increased enrollment in teacher training institutions; especially since the beginning of World War II. The teacher shortage so prevalent in the United States at present has aroused the public and educators alike to concern about the welfare of the teacher, and the schooling of the child.
Williams, Frank R., "A Study of the Problems of Teaching Health in Selected High Schools of Utah" (1956). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2755.
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