Year of Publication
Season of Publication
College of Education and Human Services
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. James S. Cangelosi
Dr. Bruce A. Gutknecht
Nongraded education differs theoretically from graded education in administrative and curricular design. The nongraded program responds to individual abilities and achievement, and groups accordingly. The graded school is organized on the basis of age and group expectation, and prescribes curriculum which equates with grade level requirements rather than ability. This project presents selected details of both graded and nongraded education and a modified plan for implementation of a nongraded program.
Cowan, Betty S., "Nongraded Education: A Modified Plan for Implementation in the Elementary School" (1974). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 672.