Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Robert T. McGrath
The specific problem of this investigation pertains to, “The Organization of Content for Agricultural Teaching in Western Kansas High Schools." The study deals with the course of instruction in all high schools in the western half of the state teaching agriculture, except those teaching vocational agriculture. Schools teaching vocational agriculture are organized under the Smith-Hughes law. A school teaching agriculture organized under this law has a definitely prescribed course of study which does not apply to non-vocational schools. Thus, the necessity for the organization of a course of study for this latter type of school. This is a course that is elective and for a school term of thirty-six weeks, five days a week with a daily lesson period approximately forty minutes in length.
Wedel, Leo Virgil, "The Organization of Content For Agricultural Teaching In Western Kansas High Schools" (1938). Master's Theses. 284.
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