ERIC Number: ED032559
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Aug-30
Reference Count: 0
Secondary Student Status Survey. 1967-68. Part II. Research Report No. 65A.
Hawaii State Dept. of Education, Honolulu.
The Secondary Student Status Survey, Part Two, consists of various sub-surveys that are significant as individual studies and as basic material for other related sub-surveys and essential to a total core of data concerning the "product" of the school system. The core of data consists of pertinent statistics, research findings, and recommendations to be reviewed for instructional program planning and evaluation. The first section deals with general information on secondary students, their enrollment, promotion-retention, holding power, and courses pursued. Section Two concerns the plans after graduation of the class of 1968. Out of 10,409 seniors in Hawaii who indicate they have definite plans after high school, 84.9% plan to further their education. Section Three is a follow-up survey of 1967 high school graduates. As in Section Two, the purpose, procedure, findings, and summary of the survey are given. Appendices are included. At the end, a proposed set of procedures for the early identification of potential dropouts, prepared for general use at any grade level, is presented together with results of a run. (Author/KJ)
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Authoring Institution: Hawaii State Dept. of Education, Honolulu.