A Proposed Program for Adjusting the Released-Time Seminary Program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to Three Major Flexible Scheduling Programs
Whenever a public school modifies its scheduling program it has a direct effect upon any released-time program affiliated with the school. This study was undertaken, therefore, to determine the adjustment necessary in the released-time seminary program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in order to make that program compatible with three major flexible scheduling programs: (1) the Period Exchange of Rotating Period Program as used in the Cedar City High School, Cedar City, Utah, (2) the Modular Schedule as typified by the Stanford School Scheduling System (SSSS) and used in Roy High School, Roy, Utah, and (3) the Daily Demand Scheduling Concept as used by Brookhurst Jr. High School, Anaheim, California, and further developed and expended to a computer program by Brigham Young University High School, Provo, Utah, under the title of Daily Demand Computer Scheduling (DDCS).
College and Department
Religious Education; Church History and Doctrine
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Montague, Wallace Dea, "A Proposed Program for Adjusting the Released-Time Seminary Program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to Three Major Flexible Scheduling Programs" (1967). Theses and Dissertations. 4952.
Mormon Church, Seminaries