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Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
W. Preston Gleason
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
Thomas Cy Coleman
Third Committee Member
Arthur H. Maynard
Fourth Committee Member
Jerry B. Briscoe
The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes and opinions of selected educators and pupil personnel workers in California toward the effective utilization of paraprofessional workers in the pupil personnel services.
Three populations were identified: (1) practicing school pupil personnel administrators; and (3) professors in those California colleges which are accredited to recommend candidates for Designated Services Credential in Pupil Personnel Services.
It was a related interest of this study that from the data which would emerge guidelines and criteria might be suggested for: (1) the effective utilization of paraprofessional personnel; (2) the methods and techniques for the selection of such personnel; and (3) the training methods and procedures for such personnel.
Greve, Fred John. (1971). A Survey Of The Attitudes Of Selected Counselors, Administrators, And Educators In California Toward The Utilization Of Paraprofessional Aidesin The Pupil Personnel Services. University of the Pacific, Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/2915
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