A follow-up study for business education at Bozeman Senior High School
Ross, Margaret Saxman
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the business education program at Bozeman Senior High School, Bozeman, Montana by conducting a follow-up study of graduates from the classes of the past five years--1981 through 1985. Graduates were asked to answer questions in four major areas: (1) appropriateness of course content, (2) necessary standards of performance, (3) adequacy of preparation for entry-level positions, and (4) ranking of overall business education program. At the high school level, we wanted to determine the adequacy of instruction as it related to the goals of the high school graduates, the appropriateness of course content and instructional equipment, the nature of the entry jobs of graduates, and choices of graduates in post-high school education.