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"It is the purpose of this study to discover the present practices of the senior high schools of Florida with respect to parent-teacher organizations and from these data to make observations which might suggest means of improvement. The problem as it will be considered in the study deals with the following questions: A. What are the actual conditions and the present practices under which parent-teacher organizations function in the state of Florida? B. What observations can be made on present practices and what conclusions can be reached which might suggest improvement? In the consideration of these two phases of the problem, more specific aspects present themselves which are stated as follows: 1. To what extent do Florida senior high schools have parent-teacher organizations? 2. In what areas do parents and teachers combine their efforts most frequently? 3. What activities are engaged in most commonly by parent-teacher organizations? 4. What efforts are being made along the lines of parent education to create better understanding of and participation in the program of education? 5. What are the attitudes of principals as to the positive and negative values of parent-teacher organizations? 6. What improvements are possible and desirable?"--Introduction.
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