Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Each year the different high schools of Texas have been graduating large numbers of students and there has not been any check-up or investigation made to find out actually, how many students go to college; how many do not, and the reasons that keep them from going. The high schools have no information on how many of the students find employment, and if the subjects they have taken in school have been of any material value to them. This study attempts the following, pertaining to the students graduating from Kemp High School, Bryan, Texas 1. To study the student as he actually fits into society. 2. To find out the number of students who worked during their school days and the wages they received. 3. To find out why many of the graduates did not attend college. 4. To find out if the school aided them in obtaining employment. 5. To find out whether the high school subjects have aided or been of any benefit to the graduates in Jobs held.
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Barrows Jr., B. H., & Walton, G. M. (1936). A Survey Of The Vocational Status Of One Hundred Thirty- Seven Graduates Of Kemp High School, Bryan, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/43