The religious guidance of southern highland youth at the Berry Schools
Isbell, Thomas Jr
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The adequacy of any program of education depends upon the results produced. This dissertation has been an attempt to discover specific evidences in the program of education at the Berry Schools which would be valuable to those who are guiding the religious growth of Southern Highland youth. In order to do this certain criteria have been established, that there might be a basis for a comparison with this program. Several educational approaches could have been made and the conclusions of the accompanying evaluation would have corresponded to the particular approach. The trend of thought of leading religious educators such as William Clayton Bower, George A. Coe, Paul H. Vieth, Ernest J. Chave, and Roy A. Burkhart has been followed in setting up the criteria for this comparison. It is referred to as the creative approach.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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