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Abstract

The most rapidly growing segment of American elementary and secondary education is that of private Protestant fundamentalist schools. Between 1965 and 1972 the number of students enrolled in such schools increased from 615,548 to 1,433,000, or 123.4% according to an estimate by the Bureau of the Census. 1 During the past two decades while educators have been learning to deal with the handicapped, bilingual education, busing, affirmative action, in sum, while educators were involved with self and the rush of developments in education and in society, large groups of parents and taxpayers were becoming increasingly disillusioned with their schools. They began to look at educators and their doings with mounting concern.

Year of Submission

1982

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education

Department

Department of School Administration and Personnel Services

First Advisor

James E. Albrecht

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Date Original

1982

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Language

en

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