Date of Award
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Lloyd H. King
William P. Bacon
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
Juanita G. Curtis
Third Committee Member
It was the purpose of this study to identify the influences that contributed to bringing about curriculum change in selected educational agencies which employed consultants in the social sciences through NDEA Title III-B projects. The research attempted to find the ways districts planned, organized, and implemented curriculum change through the use of the NDEA consultants. It focused on the procedures, interrelationships, and interactions taking place within the structure of the projects and the agencies involved in accomplishing those projects. Neither the amount nor the direction of the changes was the intent of the study.
NOTE: Both archival copies of this manuscript held within the University of the Pacific library were missing page 203.
Young, Madge Arlene. (1969). The Influences Affecting Curriculum Change In Selected Educational Agencies Employing Consultants In The Social Sciences Through NDEA Title III-B. University of the Pacific, Dissertation. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/2883
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