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Date of Award

1950

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Department

Physical Education

Abstract

It was in the belief that a summary of the course content of state courses of study in health education would be of value and interest in the light of present trends in curriculum construction that this study was written.

The purpose of this investigation was to survey sixteen state courses of study compiled by their respective state education departments, to determine the details of content considered most essential in health education at the high school level.

Pages

116

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