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Master of Science (MS)
T. O. Smith
In-service growth has been defined as: “The growth which takes place after the teacher is on the job.” It is the continuation of the professional development which began during the preservice period of preparation. In-service education is a process inherent in any planned program designed to make the individual a more effective teacher. This type of education is generally considered by school administrators' as an integral part of any school program.
Kelley, D. M., "A Study of the In-Service Growth Program for Ogden City Teachers" (1953). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4734.
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