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    • "Father took me to Milford, north of Lund, in a bug,^ and I proceeded on my way to Salt Lake City. 'This was the first time I had heen on a train, I had never been to Salt Lake City hcfore, nor stayed in a hotel or bought food in a restaurant. No...
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    • 'Distif19uislied Service Jlwarcl ~ ~nnetfi 'Benson A giant of a man. both figuratively and literally, R. Kenneth Benson retires from Southern Utah State College a beloved man of accomplishment whose example and counsel have in­spired countless...
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    • · #Cheri Annette Stevenson BS Biology and Business Administration Jane Ellen Stott BS Biology/Botany Sean J. Stucki BS Biology /Zoology Ronald Kent Talbot BIS Agricultural Science and Industries Sharilyn G. Talbot BS Biology /Zoology Rex Devon...
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    • 1-(onorary 'Degree Josepli 'J/erner 1?.f,ed Joseph Verner Reed is recognized as one of the key officials on the staff of United Nations Secretary­General Boutros Boutros-Ghali where he has served since October of 1991 as under-secretary-general. He...
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    • 10 school years (p. 316). The more school days and instruction that are missed, the further students fall behind, which leads to a higher chance of dropping out and not completing a K-12 education (Mahoney, 2015). This notion of early attendance...
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    • Teachers--Training of; Reading--Phonetic method; Utah--Education.
    • 15 standards were evaluated to see if they limited enrollment in the school of education to the top 50% of a student’s high school graduating class. In reading, textbooks and syllabi were examined for the five components of the scientific approach...
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    • 18 The students were next asked about their understanding of the graduation requirements at Wasatch High School. A majority of 73.6% of the students surveyed know that in order to graduate, a student cannot have any UA’s. The Attendance Policy states...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 2 know what each student is most passionate about at school. If the only information the school has about a student with ASD is based on negatives (poor test scores, low grades, negative teacher reports), a school’s ability to help these children...
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    • 2 that students who had earned grades were in danger of not graduating because they had not completed the requisite hours in attendance school to have those grades posted. Members of the community who were concerned about this practice and its conseq...
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    • 21 Division of Air Science DEAN Carlton Culmsee, usu MILITARY COORDINATOR; LT. COL. Blair Hale, USAF, PAS, USU; MAJOR Robert M. Boal, USAF, ASSOCIATE PAS; CAP­TAIN Ralph R. Holmer, USAF, ASSISTANT PAS;l/SGT. Hubert Dunkin, USAF, ADMINISTRATIVE...
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    • 3 Chapter 2 Literature Review The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the Attendance Policy at Wasatch High School. The review of research begins with why attendance is important and how it can not only affect dropout and gradu...
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    • 3 meaningful reading at home for parents and students, therefore, supplementing comprehension instruction and improving comprehension skills among students. Researcher Qualifications The researcher is a graduate student in the Masters of Education...
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    • 31 based on the data from this program, but it did play a part. The administration brought many of the monthly results, combined with the results of the other collaborative group at the school, to the district office for their monthly reports. This...
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    • 39 their UA’s. Attendance School was thought to be a deterrent and according to the policy is the only way to make up absences. The data would suggest that this is not the case, as students are graduating, but absences made up at Attendance School is...
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    • 4 show the implications of the rate at which each group progresses. Past research has monitored the progress of students, but has concentrated on risk factors and/or just one ability group. The purpose of this study was to examine the academic...
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    • 56 Chapter 5 Discussion Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to discuss what was learned from the Literature Review in chapter two and compare it with what was discovered from the local findings of chapter four after students were taught...
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    • 6 AN EXPERIENCE IN CHINA INTRODUCTION This capstone focuses on my experiences in Wuhan, China through Southern Utah University (SUU). In May 2016, I went with the Communication Department of SUU to China in order to teach at Wuhan Polytechnic...

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