Date of Award:

1965

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Science (MS)

Department:

Education

Department name when degree awarded

Educational Administration

Advisor/Chair:

Arthur Jackson

Abstract

There are some inadequacies in our American way of life. One of these is the inadequate help and attention given to the problem of children who become shackled with their lower class environment with little or no desire to incentive to rise above this. The major challenge to any teacher is the ability to stimulate and inspire children to achieve or succeed. There are different degrees of achievement. For one child, great achievement is not the same as for another. The realization of this prompted the decision to see what differences in achievement exist among the three main socio-economic classes.

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