A study to determine the units of instruction taught in distributive education in Montana and the length of time spent on each
Slaymaker, Donald Ray
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The purpose of this study was to determine the units of instruction taught in distributive education in Montana and the length of time spent on each unit. This was to be accomplished through a comparison and analysis by twenty-four (24) distributive education teacher-coordinator' programs in the secondary schools in the state of Montana. The specific purposes of this study were (1) to research and analyze what twelve (12) units of instruction in distributive education are be being taught in Montana, (2) to research and analyze how much time is being spent on each of the 12 units of instruction in distributive education in Montana, (3) to compare the different distributive education programs in, schools in Montana, (4) to develop suggested guidelines from the teacher-coordinators in schools in Montana to be used in developing programs at Montana State University.