Perceptions of the Arizona legislature relative to vocational student organizations
AuthorDaley, Douglas Paul, 1962-
AdvisorCox, David E.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe purpose of this study was to ascertain the perceptions of the Arizona Legislature toward the Vocational Student Organizations operating in Arizona. Respondents were asked their opinions concerning: (1) their familiarity with Vocational Student Organizations; (2) the value of Vocational Student Organizations in relation to other educational opportunities; and (3) the effectiveness of Vocational Student Organizations. Findings of the study included: (1) the awareness of Vocational Student Organizations is relatively high; (2) Vocational Student Organizations are effective in delivering a variety of outcomes; (3) the public education system is supported in several ways by Vocational Student Organizations; and (4) in relation to other educational opportunities, Vocational Student Organizations are comparable in delivering skills and abilities.