An Investigation into the Interrelatedness of Selected Demographic and Psychometric Variables to Determine those Variables Which Affect Success of Graduates from a Comprehensive Vocational Rehabilitation Center
Date of Award
Specialist in Education
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The results of this study pertain to two broad areas as suggested by these questions:
1. Would it be possible to significantly differentiate successfully trained vocational rehabilitation clients as to their success or failure since graduation from State Technical and Rehabilitation Center, by using an operational definition of success and these variables: age, I.Q., Reading Level, Math Level, Marital Status, Education, Race, Grade Point Average, Semesters Completed, Source of Financial Support, and Employment in Trade.
2. Would these eleven variables singularly and/or in combinations provide significant and practical predictions of vocational rehabilitation outcomes?
In addition to contributing to the limited data poo on vocational rehabilitation training input-output, a central objective is also to offer recommendations for facilitating educational planning.
Miller, Paul S., "An Investigation into the Interrelatedness of Selected Demographic and Psychometric Variables to Determine those Variables Which Affect Success of Graduates from a Comprehensive Vocational Rehabilitation Center" (1973). Master's Theses. 2677.