ERIC Number: ED024616
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
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The Status of the Campus Laboratory School in the United States.
Kelley, Evan Hugh
To investigate the present status of the campus laboratory school, questionnaires were sent to 212 campus laboratory school administrators in the United States and Puerto Rico. Categories of information established were (1) school size and organization, (2) student body, (3) buildings used and their location, (4) professional staff, (5) functions and purposes of the school, (6) school administration, (7) curricular offering, and (8) function of the school in cooperation with the school of education of the parent college or university. Data was categorized according to (1) frequency of practices or occurrences; (2) increase or decrease of frequency of practices or occurrences; (3) range of present characteristics and estimated future conditions; (4) present, past, and estimated future status comparisons; (5) rank order of responses to practices, conditions, or occurrences; and (6) miscellaneous but important information. Six recommendations were developed from 15 conclusions drawn. Further study in three particular areas was suggested. (Appended are a 167-item bibliography, copies of materials sent to administrators, correspondence, and histories of laboratory school associations. COLLEGE-CONTROLLED LABORATORY SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1964, a directory compiled by Kelley and published by the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, available as SP 001 651 is included as Appendix F.) (SG)
Univ. Microfilms, 300 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48106; Order No. 67-16,410 ($3.00 microfilm; $9.70 xerography).
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Note: Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Education degree in the School of Education, Indiana Univ., June 1967.