Graduate Research Papers

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Open Access Graduate Research Paper

Keywords

School age (Entrance age); Academic achievement;

Abstract

The key question now confronting public education in America is how to provide more and better education in the coming decades for the school children of our country. The elementary school plays a vital role in the process of educating students. Elementary teachers, supervisors, and administrators must assume major responsibilities if the elementary school is to meet successfully today's critical challenges. Preparation for teaching elementary students is a process that is never completed. The elementary school exists for the purpose of providing instruction, therefore educators must strive continuously to upgrade instruction to stay relevant. To facilitate this idea within the last decade, inservice programs have been widely used to instruct elementary teachers on the newest and most successful programs in teaching. Their main function has been to help teachers become more effective in their classrooms.

Year of Submission

1981

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education

Department

Department of School Administration and Personnel Services

First Advisor

Norman McCumsey

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Date Original

1981

Object Description

1 PDF file (37 leaves)

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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