Burke, Timothy A.
College for Professional Studies
School of Management
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
This paper researches the effectiveness of School to Work, a community school based program implemented and carried out by Goodwill Industries of Denver. The problem identified is a disparity in what teenaged students need to learn and what is being taught in the current curriculum of Goodwill. The action research methodology involved analyzing student perceptions and performance, utilizing teacher focus groups, and interviewing individuals who work with teenagers on a daily basis. The desired outcome is an understanding of what students need to learn and a possible revision of the curriculum being used by Goodwill Industries.
Date of Award
© Beth Dillon
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Dillon, Beth A., "The Quiet Crisis: Goodwill Industries Research Project" (2006). Regis University Student Publications (comprehensive collection). 260.