Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Bert Smith, Lee Jones, Gordon Wilson, Finley Grise
School of Teacher Education
Master of Arts
Statement of problem - To observe the conditions of the Sulphur Well Camp of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration with the aim of seeking answers to the following questions:
- What is the history and the purpose of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp?
- What type of girls compose the camp?
- Is it worthwhile for a girl to spend her time and effort for a period of six weeks in such a camp?
- What is the correlation between IQ and achievement in class work at camp?
- What is the correlation between IQ and English tests given in the camp?
- What is the correlation between IQ and ranking in socio-economic test?
- What is the correlation between IQ's determined from Terman's Intelligence Test and National Intelligence Test?
- What is the girl's reaction to the benefit, value, or worthwhileness of the camp now since it is over?
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Nance, Mattie, "A Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp for Unemployed Girls" (1936). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2720.