The purpose of the study was to determine what combination of activities and services constitutes an adequate guidance program. Specifically, the study examined the following three aspects of a guidance program: (1) the role of the staff: principal, coordinator of guidance services, counselor, and the classroom teachers, in providing services and activities of the guidance program; (2) the relative importance of various guidance activities and services; (3) organizational principles for an adequate guidance program. The study was made to ascertain classroom teachers' ideas on an ideal guidance program and in response to the problem cited in the introduction.
Individual, Family, and Community Education
First Committee Member (Chair)
George L. Keppers
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Frank Angel Jr.
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