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ERIC Number: ED085861
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Dec
Pages: 221
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Experimental Trends in High School Scheduling with Emphasis on Nongraded, Schools-Within-a-School, Modular, and the Traditional Class Scheduling.
Griffin, Charine Thomas
This study investigated innovative trends in scheduling classes in relation to the traditional method of scheduling. The nongraded organization was examined in relation to the schools-within-a-school type of organization. Another aim of the study was to offer recommendations about scheduling and organization to administrators on the basis of the findings. The study questionnaire, sent to schools in each of the 50 States, requested personal and professional information about the administrator, general information about the school, data on scheduling, and data on school organization. Eight hypotheses were tested. The data about the administrator and the school were compared by percentage only, while those about scheduling and organization were compared by analysis of variance with the AVAR23 program and the Scheffe test. (Author)
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Note: Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas