Survey Of Occupational Status Of 44 Graduates Of Marshall High School, Georgetown And 38 Graduates Of Granger Colored High School, Granger, Texas
Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
On Feb 1, 1936, a group of senior students from Prairie View State College made a survey covering 24 cities end towns in Texas. This particular survey was made in Williamson County, Texas. The total number of questionnaires collected was 82, and. 44 of these questionnaires were collected from the Marshall High School, Georgetown, and 58 were collected from the Granger Colored High School, Granger Thirty or 36.6% of these 82 graduates were males; fifty-two or 63.4% were females. This survey was concerned only with the graduates who were not in college at the present time and had graduated since 1931. In collecting this data special constructed questionnaires were carried to each individual, who wore not in college at the present time, who had graduated from these too schools since 1931. Each Individual was given a questionnaire blank to fill out.
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John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Marshall, D. (1936). Survey Of Occupational Status Of 44 Graduates Of Marshall High School, Georgetown And 38 Graduates Of Granger Colored High School, Granger, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/54