A comparative study of ideas and theories, concerning junior colleges, of educational leaders 1900-1935 and 1945-1960

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School of Education, Stanford University, 1967 - Education - 592 pages
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Contents

Chapter
17
Extent of Recognition for Secondary Schools
38
The Intermediate Period 19351945
46
WHAT SHOULD BE TAUGHT AND WHY
69
WHO THEY SHOULD BE AND WHY THEY
140
Junior College Enrollments 19001960
141
The Transfer Student
148
Enrollments or Declared Majors of Students
149
The Adult Student
179
Is Guidance Necessary
185
WHO THEY ARE AND HOW THEY SHOULD
212
Percentage of the Instructors in Public Junior
218
Number and Per Cent of New FullTime Junior
252
Chapter Page
258
BIBLIOGRAPHY
272
A Form Letter and Data Sheet
289

Comparison of GradePoint Averages Between
162
The General Education Student
164
The Vocational Student
173
B List of Participants in the Study
292
Selected Dates in the History of the American
296

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