Date of Award
Master of Education
The purposes of the study are: (1) to explore the philosophy of and factors involved in a parent-teacher relationship relative to child growth and development; (2) to point out the barriers that stand between interested and uninterested parents and teachers and to suggest some of the best ways to bring about a closer relationship; (3) to determine the extent of parents' concern about the school's program and the parts on which they would like to become better informed; (4) to determine what methods may be used to inform parents; and (5) to widen and deepen the understanding of the growth and development of children in order that the vital task of helping to provide for their needs may be more adequately fulfilled.
This study included the Elroy Elementary School, Austin, Texas, in which the study was made. Grades one through six are taught at this particular school. There is a faculty of six classroom teachers, and a music teacher. There were 180 children enrolled during the current year.
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Date of Digitization
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City of Publication
Wilson, W. M. (1959). Parent-Teacher Understanding of Problems Relating to Child Growth and Development in the Elementary School. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/1280