A follow-up study of D. E. graduates from Montana State University from 1965-1971 with the implications for curriculum change
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the curricula used in the preparation of distributive education teacher-coordinators, specifically at Montana State University and generally at other institutions and to determine their relevance and usefulness to the secondary or junior college distributive education teacher-coordinator. The specific goals of the study are (1) to define the present and future needs of distributive education teacher-coordinators; (2) to determine whether these needs are being met by current teacher-preparation curricula; and (3) to suggest specific curriculum changes that would enhance the value of the Distributive Education Option at Montana State University. In defining the present and future needs of distributive education teacher-coordinators , and examining the way in which those needs are being fulfilled, the further goal of arriving at some general recommendations concerning curriculum development and revision nationwide will be realized.