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Master of Arts (M.A.)
The problem that naturally arises and needs evaluation is: What are the nature, scope, and effects of federal aid to school lunch programs in California? The questions that need to be answers are: (1) How has federal aid for school lunch programs developed?; (2) What forms has it taken?; (3) What has it accomplished?
The ultimate objectives that evolve in this investigation are: (1) To provide for workers and others interested in public education information regarding the historical background, present status, and effects of federal aid for school lunch programs.; (2) To provide possible bases for revision and improvement of the school lunch program as it now exists.
Hemphill, James Maneval. (1953). An evaluation of the nature, scope, and effects of federal aid for school lunch programs in California. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1221
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