Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
This composition constitutes a report and opinions of findings secured from a Vocational Status Survey made among eighty-six graduates of A. J. Moore High School, First and Clay Streets, Waco, Texas. Because of the nature of this survey, only those graduates were interviewed who have not attended college since graduation, or who have attended and have stopped. The period covered was 1932-1935, inclusively. There are 192 graduates from Moore High School during this period. Out of this number only 86 were interviewed. The other 106 were either in college or could not he interviewed.
The chief purpose of this survey is; to secure data pointing definitely to the present Vocational Status of the Moore High School graduates over this period of time 1932-1935 inclusively, to determine just how much these graduates have been aided by their high school education, and to determine what courses taken in high school have been of most value to them in securing and keeping employment. It is further hoped that the information secured will prove valuable to interested persons concerning whet courses should be stressed most end at the same time what courses should he modified.
J. B. Cade
Prairie View State Normal And Industrial College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Smith, B. P., Kissam, W. L., & Oliver, J. G. (1936). A Survey Of The Vocational Status of Moore High School Graduates ,Waco, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/7