|LC6999.W||Christian education in secondary schools of the North Central Association||1|
|LC6999 Abatso||The coping personality : a study of Black community college students /||1|
|LC6999 Abraham||A study of pupil accounting in city school systems as revealed by school surveys.||1|
|LC6999 Abromowitz||Toward a pholosophy of Jewish education for conservative congregations.||1|
|LC6999 Acker||Sex differences in graduate student ambition /||1|
|LC6999 Adams||Occupational cohesion among adult educators.||1|
|LC6999 Albrecht||A critical study of the empirical investigations since 1933 of the religious psychology of college students.||1|
|LC6999 Aldrich||Distribution of high school graduates in Kansas.||1|
The relationship between personal values and 4-H Club adult leadership /
The growth of professionalism in the adult educational movement, 1928-1958: a content analysis of the periodical literature.
An examination of experiences in student life which influence religious behavior.
|LC6999 Altalib||The effect of family problems on students /||1|
|LC6999 Ampene||Teaching styles in adult basic education.||1|
|LC6999 Ancheta||Planning a curriculum on occupational activities for Filipino mentally retarded children.||1|
|LC6999 Andrews||Private correspondence schools : group and marketing methods.||1|
|LC6999 Apel||Prediction of adult educators' attitudes toward institutional changes.||1|
The social psychology of the school-room, or, the problem of the elementary school.
Sociological basis of education and its influence upon the curriculum /
An investigation into moral situations and concepts of junior high school pupils.
An investigation into moral situations and concepts of junior high school pupils ...
|LC6999 Armour||The higher education of women in Japan.||1|
|LC6999 Armstrong||A controlled experiment in the direct method of developing ideals.||1|
|LC6999 Arnot||Expressional work of religious education in rural communities||1|
|LC6999 Aron||Curricular proposals for the ethical and political education of adolescents : overcoming dogmatism and relativism and teaching Deweyan deliberation /||1|
|LC6999 Aronson||The effects of a parent education program on the reading performance of first-grade children.||1|
The contribution of Methodism to education in Illinois, to 1855.
Moral education and the virtues /
|LC6999 Atkins||Status of and training provided by Negro teachers colleges /||1|
|LC6999 Atwood||Adult education programs for negroes in Kentucky.||1|
An experiment in college religious education.
An introduction to the study of the student religious problem.
|LC6999 Averill||Educational participation and openness to new ideas.||1|
William Henry Lighty, adult education pioneer /
A description and analysis of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America in Roosevelt College of Chicago : a study of a cultural group.
|LC6999 Bailey||The collège at Moulins, 1761-1780; an example of the former Jesuit colleges outside Paris but within the jurisdiction of the Parlement of Paris.||1|
|LC6999 Balfanz||Schooling and manufacturing productivity in the United States, 1880-1940 : a state-level analysis /||1|
|LC6999 Ball||An experiment in the adjustment of maladjusted pupils in the secondary school.||1|
|LC6999 Bandow||Learning in vocational and academic education /||1|
|LC6999 Baranwal||Demand for literacy in rural India : a case study in Bihar State /||1|
|LC6999 Barichello||The schooling of farm youth in Canada /||1|
|LC6999 Bartell||Measures of classroom climate associated with ethnicity and sex /||1|
|LC6999 Barth||Franciscan education and the social order in Spanish North America (1502-1821)||1|
|LC6999 Bartz||The moral and religious significance of seventh grade literature study||1|
|LC6999 Battershell||The justification for a special curriculum for rural church schools||1|
The religious attitudes and habits of college freshmen ...
The religious attitudes and habits of college freshmen.
|LC6999 Beck||The American Institute of Sacred Literature : a historical analysis of an adult education institution.||1|
|LC6999 Beckley||An evaluation of the present status of college training for executives in terms of selected objectives.||1|
|LC6999 Beirne||The problem of Americanization in the Catholic schools of Puerto Rico : 1952-1972.||1|
|LC6999 Belford||Practices in curriculum planning in humanities courses and their implications.||1|
|LC6999 Benell||The evaluation of community adult health education techniques.||1|
|LC6999 Benjamin||The function of the Christian secondary school in China today.||1|
|LC6999 Bennett||Values derived from an introductory survey of the Bible.||1|
|LC6999 Besley||Industrial education in the American colonies and United States 1620 to 1860 ...||1|
|LC6999 Bilderbach||Fifteen year of the Smith-Hughes Law in Illinois, 1917-32||1|
|LC6999 Bilhorn||Withdrawals from high school in an urban community.||1|
|LC6999 Bissinger||Agencies for parental education||1|
|LC6999 Blaine||The Biblical knowledge of high school pupils.||1|
|LC6999 Blair||The parochial school as a source of relief to the school district and as an added burden to its patrons.||1|
|LC6999 Blauch||Federal cooperation in vocational education.||1|
Social and economic influences on the public education of Negroes in Alabama, 1865-1930 ...
A study of high school girls' aspirations, attitudes, and values.
Social and economic influences on the public education of Negroes in Alabama, 1865-1930 /
|LC6999 Boom||The Julius Rosenwald Fund's aid to education in the South.||1|
|LC6999 Booth||Christian philanthropy and the educational uplift of the Negro in the South, 1865-1900.||1|
|LC6999 Borich||Adult educator's decision-making regarding advanced degrees.||1|
|LC6999 Borinstein||Generalized imitation across topographical classes by severely retarded children /||1|
|LC6999 Borth||Coping and defending in black classrooms : a study of non-intellective correlates of achievement.||1|
|LC6999 Bourgeois||University politics : adult education in a Belgian university /||1|
The pulled-away college : a study of the separation of colleges from the Young Men's Christian Association.
A contribution of C. G. Jung to Christian education.