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Master of Science (MS)
L. Gail Johnson
The purpose of this paper was: (1) To compare the number of years of formal education of participants in the Latter-Day Saints Indian Student Placement Program with those that had not participated. (2) To see if the number of years a student participates in the Indian Student Placement Program had an effect on the amount of formal education he receives. (3) To compare the future educational and employment plans of the two groups. (4) To see how students evaluated their educational program.
The results showed no differences between the two groups in number of years of formal education, future educational and employment plans. The majority of students preferred the Latter-Day Saints Indian Student Placement Program as an educational program whether they had been participants or not.
Lindquist, Geraldine T., "The Indian Student Placement Program as a Means of Increasing the Education of Children of Selected Indian Families" (1974). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3163.
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