Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
The purpose of this study was to survey the industrial arts facilities and the scope of industrial arts curriculum at General George S. Patton, Jr., Junior High School, located on the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for military dependents and to compare these facilities am industrial arts offerings with the facilities and the scope of the curriculum available to dependents of Kansas civilians, at the junior high school level. 4 The instrument employed to obtain data in the investigation was a questionnaire consisting of 16 items of information devised by the writer, under the supervision of the writers advisor, Dr. C. R. Cain. Information was requested concerning the total enrollment of the school and courses offered in industrial arts. Two items on the questionnaire concern the sequence of industrial arts classes and the number of years industrial arts has been offered in their jW1ior high school. The instructors were requested to indicate how many hours per week the seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students attended drawing classes. Information concerning the physical size of the industrial arts woodworking and metal working shops was also requested. Further information was requested pertaining to the power equipment in the woodworking, metal working and general shop; and the length in semesters of their industrial arts program.
Embree, Billie, "A Survey of the Facilities and Scope of the Industrial Arts Programs Offered in Kansas Accredited Junior High Schools" (1959). Master's Theses. 624.
Copyright 1959 Billie Embree