Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Department name when degree awarded
Master of Industrial Education
Austin G. Loveless
Since any education institution is judged in terms of what it contributes to its students and to the welfare of society, it is almost certain that a follow-up study of the students will provide information that could aid in evaluating and improving the school's guidance and instructional programs; identifying needs and problems of graduates for future service by the school; and bringing the school and community closer together by promoting common understanding.
Follow-up studies are considered one of the most reliable methods of determining the effectiveness of educational programs. It is believed that this follow-up study can provide the Cache School District with information that will aid them in evaluating their high school curriculum in terms of strengthening the future high school programs, and thereby meeting the needs of the students and the community.
Hancock, Dennis Howard, "A Follow-Up Study of the High School Graduates From the Cache County School District from 1956 Thru 1965" (1967). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4625.
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