Consumer Training for Children in the Nursery School, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades in the Elementary School at Prairie View, Texas
Date of Award
Master of Science
To what extent should a program of consumer training be provided for children in the Nursery School and the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades in the Elementary School at Prairie View?
The purpose of this study may be stated in the following form: 1. To obtain information regarding the experiences of children in the Nursery School and the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades in the Elementary School at Prairie View in choice making, buying practices, care of goods, and money management (only choice making and care of goods will apply to children in the Nursery School). 2. To further advance the theory of helping children to do better the desirable things that they are doing anyway. 3. To arouse the child consumer to his need for Consumer Education. 4. To increase the interest of those who are responsible for the education of children in further investigating the need for Consumer Education on the elementary level.
J. M. Drew
D. S. Yarbrough
J. A. Randall
Prairie View A&M College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Boozer, I. A. (1951). Consumer Training for Children in the Nursery School, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades in the Elementary School at Prairie View, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/963
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