Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Excerpt: "This study was undertaken for the enlightenment of the public as to the use the Indian is making of his educational opportunity. It attempts to show how Sherman Institute, a vocational high school for Indian youth at Riverside, California, is functioning in the lives of its graduates. [...] In brief, the study seeks to show: where the students come from; the tribal selections of vocations; what courses in the school were the popular courses; the graduate's present work compared with his vocational preparation; ages at graduation; number of years in the institution; and the intelligence quotients of the graduates. [...] this study is concerned primarily with the vocational aspects of Indian education, with consideration of certain other factors closely associated with the vocational."
Broadlick, Robert Charlton, "A Study of the vocational success of one hundred twenty-three graduates of Sherman Institute, a vocational high school for Indian youth, Riverside, California" (1933). Electronic Theses & Dissertations. 414.