An Exploratory Survey of CUFA Member's Opinions and Practices Pertaining to Citizenship Education in the Social Studies, 1985-86
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During 1986, members of the Citizenship Development Study Project developed a survey instrument that could be used to gather information from members of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies (henceforth, CUFA) regarding their preference for one or more of eight citizenship instructional approaches. This initial study was designed as an exploratory study that could be used to help in the development of scientific surveys that would follow. The results of this survey were used to assist in the identification and classification on concerns that would arise in the study of the status of citizenship education in the United States.
Citizenship, Education, Social Studies, Project, 1980s
Dynneson, Thomas L.; Nickel, James A.; and Gross, Richard E., "An Exploratory Survey of CUFA Member's Opinions and Practices Pertaining to Citizenship Education in the Social Studies, 1985-86" (1988). UTPB Authors' Works. 16.