Date of Award
Doctor of Education
Druzilla C. Kent
Ilene Brown, Lorna Jean Gassett, Orin B. Graff, W. W. Wyatt
Introduction: The increasing tendency of homemakers to have qualified to teach homemaking, but have never taught or have not taught for several years, to enter or re-enter the teaching profession has been reported for more than a decade. The importance of providing special in-service education for these teachers has been pointed out by leaders in home economics education, but little evidence in regard to the kinds of help the teachers need or desire has been reported.
Scott, Mary Jane, "In-service Educational Needs of a Selected Group of Homemakers Who Entered or Re-entered the Teaching of Homemaking.. " PhD diss., University of Tennessee, 1960.