Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Volume 8, Issue 2
Consumer and Homemaking Program Effectiveness in Florida and North Carolina as Measured by Student Behaviors After Graduation and One Year Later
Content Analysis of Reported Behaviors of Consumer and Homemaking Education Graduates
Assessing the Needs of Economically Disadvantaged Students
Impacts on Socialization of Student Teachers: An Ethnographic Study
Making Connections: An Inservice Model on the Reading Process for Home Economics Teachers
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