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 Department: Department of Education
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Year: 1953
 Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertations
A Comparative Study of Special Education for Exceptional Children to Determine How Adequately Texas is Meeting the Psychological and Sociological Needs of Exceptional Chidren

A Comparative Study of Special Education for Exceptional Children to Determine How Adequately Texas is Meeting the Psychological and Sociological Needs of Exceptional Chidren

Date: 1953
Creator: Martineau, Hazel B.
Description: The problem of this study may be stated as follows: (1) to establish sound and acceptable principles and criteria for the special education of exceptional children, (2) to analyze the Texas plan of special education together with the plans of certain other selected states, (3) to determine how adequately the Texas plan is meeting the psychological and sociological needs of exceptional children.
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The Social Adjustment of Twenty-Two Children in a Fifth Grade

The Social Adjustment of Twenty-Two Children in a Fifth Grade

Date: 1953
Creator: Graham, Louise Smith
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine possible reasons for the poor social adjustment of twenty-two children in the fifth grade of the Robert E. Lee School, Denton, Texas.
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A Study to Determine a Sound, Positive Disciplinary Policy

A Study to Determine a Sound, Positive Disciplinary Policy

Date: 1953
Creator: Lee, Robert E.
Description: This is a study to determine a sound, positive disciplinary policy for secondary schools.
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A Study to Determine the Soundness of Graduate Educational-administrative Courses Offered in Twenty-seven Southwestern Colleges and Universities

A Study to Determine the Soundness of Graduate Educational-administrative Courses Offered in Twenty-seven Southwestern Colleges and Universities

Date: June 1953
Creator: Thomas, R. Edward
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine the soundness of the graduate educational-administration programs in the leading colleges and universities of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, in the light of criteria derived from psychologies of learning, and the etiologies of desirable traits such as leadership. A second purpose for setting up such criteria is to have a basis from which to draw recommendations and suggestions for improvement.
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