Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Lee Jones, Finley Grise
School of Teacher Education
Master of Arts
Statement of the Problem - The problem of accounting for the funds raised by the various extracurricular activities of a school has been stated by many students of the problem. These writers have dealt principally with the problem of prudent management and control of these funds. The principle of prudence cannot be overlooked in any study of these funds, but closely associated with the principle of prudence are the principles of adaptability and flexibility. The accounting system used should be flexible enough to meet the needs of the student body at any one time and should be of such nature that it will be adaptable to changes in the school program and in the community.
Accounting | Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration | Secondary Education
Alexander, Samuel, "A Proposed Program of Accounting for Extracurricular Activity Funds in Kentucky Schools" (1952). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2116.