It is the purpose of this study to identify certain attitudes of the administrators of the public schools in the state of New Mexico. It is the further purpose of this study to determine the incidence of particular attitudes.
Hypothesis: The administrators of the state schools hold certain adverse opinions about physical education.
An attempt to measure an attitude is an attempt to measure an intangible. THe use of the questionnaire method of determining attitudes is limited by the response a person can give.
This study is limited to the public school administrators of the state of New Mexico.
Level of Degree
Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences
First Committee Member (Chair)
Armond H. Seidler
Second Committee Member
Lloyd Robert Burley
Third Committee Member
William Miner Dabney
Tabor, Patrick A.. "A Survey of the Public School Administrators' Attitudes Toward Physical Education." (1961). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_hess_etds/92