Attitudes of Texas Secondary School Curriculum Administrators Toward Education for Leisure

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This investigation seeks to determine the administrator's attitudes toward education for leisure taught through the education process as it prepares the youth of today for the use of their leisure time. A 26-question questionnaire was mailed to 100 administrators, Descriptive data was requested to aid the Chi-square analysis at the .05 level performed on each question, A 74-percent return was received. The administrators expressed a favorable attitude toward education for leisure. The present degree held by the administrators did have a significant relationship to their expressed attitudes. It is recommended that classes specifically related to education for leisure be included ... continued below

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Rapp, David M. May 1978.

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This investigation seeks to determine the administrator's attitudes toward education for leisure taught through the education process as it prepares the youth of today for the use of their leisure time. A 26-question questionnaire was mailed to 100 administrators, Descriptive data was requested to aid the Chi-square analysis at the .05 level performed on each question, A 74-percent return was received. The administrators expressed a favorable attitude toward education for leisure. The present degree held by the administrators did have a significant relationship to their expressed attitudes. It is recommended that classes specifically related to education for leisure be included in the school curriculum.

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Rapp, David M. Attitudes of Texas Secondary School Curriculum Administrators Toward Education for Leisure, thesis, May 1978; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504169/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .