Date of Award

Summer 8-1-1962

Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)



First Advisor

Howard B. Robinson

Second Advisor

Persis Sturges

Third Advisor

Eldon E. Jacobsen


Guidance is the key to successful education. For maximum learning, growth, and development, the "spirit" of guidance must permeate the school board, the administration, and every aspect of the educational program. The subject of this research paper was selected for three reasons. First was the sense of responsibility toward children. It is the writer's firm conviction that without genuine Human Relations atmosphere some child is being deprived of his opportunity for complete development. Second was the earnest hope that this plan may, through the adoption of Human-Relations' principles, contribute toward the improvement of conditions in a specific school district. Third was the desire to convey in a graphic manner appreciation to the three donors who, through exemplifying Human Relations principles, imbued the writer's personality and educational philosophy with these doctrines.