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National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: Perceptions of Parents, Professionals, and Vocational Administrators.
Smith, Bettye P.; Hall, Helen C.; Jones, Karen H. – Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences: From Research to Practice, 2001
Responses from 71 parents, 147 education professionals, and 199 vocational administrators found general support for teaching the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences. More people thought content areas should be taught than believed they were being taught. (Includes commentary by Rosa S. Purcell.) (SK)
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Course Content, National Standards, Parent Attitudes