A distributive education follow-up study of the June, 1970 graduates of the Omaha Public High Schools, Omaha, Nebraska
Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
Educational Administration and Supervision
Professor Leta F. Holley
Professor Darrell Kellams
Professor Kirk Naylor
Professor George Rachford
An essential factor in the evaluation of the effectiveness of a distributive education curriculum is a determination of what is being done in the area of distribution and of what the graduates do after they leave, the distributive education curriculum.
No longer can distributive educators depend on what they think is being done or on what was done at some time in the past. A major objective of distributive education is the preparation of students for gainful employment in the area of distribution in business, and this preparation is greatly affected by changes that occur in the business world.
Nebel, Joseph A., "A distributive education follow-up study of the June, 1970 graduates of the Omaha Public High Schools, Omaha, Nebraska" (1974). Student Work. 3073.
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A Field Project Presented to the Department of Educational Administration Faculty of the Graduate College University of Nebraska at Omaha In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Specialist in Education. Copyright 1974 Joseph A. Nebel.