Basic beliefs of business and office education personnel in Virginia regarding the coordination of cooperative education
Neal, William Galen
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The central problem of this study was to identify and compare the basic beliefs of teacher-coordinators, local supervisors, state supervisors, and teacher educators of business and office education in Virginia regarding the coordination of high school cooperative office education programs. A secondary problem was to determine if there was a relationship between specific biographical variables (years of coordination experience, years of employment experience, and previous course work in cooperative education) and the basic beliefs expressed by the business and office education personnel and if there was a relationship between school location (urban, suburban, middle-sized, and rural or smaller community) and the basic beliefs expressed by the teacher-coordinators in the study.
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