Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Erling J. Oakland
Roy F. Ruebel
Elwyn H. Odell
Substitute teaching is an area of tremendous importance in every school system. It is estimated that there is an average daily absence of 10 per cent among regular faculty members. If the substitute teaching program is ineffective, this means that 10 per cent of all classes and class time is wasted. It is essential that a school system have an effective program to provide for the absences of regular teachers so that there will be no appreciable loss in the educational program.
Salisbury, Robert Ward, "A Study of the Substitute Teacher Program" (1961). Graduate Student Research Papers. 216.
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