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This is a survey and analysis of the set up of the following standards for awards in its constitutional athletic and non-athletic award systems of a large percentage of the high schools of the Central Section, California Interscholastic Federation. For the purposes of this study, data on the following questions is necessary: (1) The nature of awards in the high schools involved in the study. (a) What types of awards, sizes of awards, etc. are being given for each of the different sports? (b) What types of awards are given for achievement in other areas of the school activity program?; (2) What is the basis for receiving an award in each of the activities in which an award may be earned?; (3) To what extent if any are the other areas of possible awards included within the athletic award system”; (4) What is the opinion of the men in the field on the feasibility and desirability of a more encompassing award system?
Slaughter, Clare. (1958). A survey and analysis of the athletic and non-athletic award systems of fifty-one high schools of the Central Section, California Interscholastic Federation. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1397
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