Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Robert T. McGrath
This thesis attempts to come to some conclusions as to the relative achievement of pupils in class A, class B, and class C high schools in Kansas. The Department of Education of the State of Kansas classifies high schools of the State into three groups based on teaching staff, supervision and administration, furnishings and equipment, records and reports, and promotion and graduation. The public is generally of the opinion that pupil achievement in a class A high school is better than in a class B high school, and in a class B high school better than in a class C high school. The problem of this thesis concerns itself with the relative achievement of pupils in Kansas high schools as measured by the student entrance examination and their grades made in the Fort Hays Kansas State College at Hays, Kansas.
Reed, Edgar, "A Study of The Relative Achievement of Pupils In Class A, Class B, and Class C High Schools In The State of Kansas" (1937). Master's Theses. 263.
Copyright 1937 Edgar Reed