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New Books and Pamphlets

Children's Books for Seventy-five Cents Evaluation of Citizenship Training and gate. New York, Association Press, 1950. or Less. Prepared by Mabel Altstetter. Incentive in American Colleges and Uni- 124 p. $1.75. Washington, D. C., Association for Child- versities. By Thomas H. Reed and Doris High-School Driver Education; Policies hood Education International, 1950. 49 D. Reed. New York, The Citizenship and Recommendations. Developed by Na. p. 50 cents.

Clearing House (Affiliated with the Law tional Conference on High-School Driver College Programs in Intergroup Rela- Center of New York University), 1950. Education, Jackson's Mill, W. Va., October tions; a Report by Twenty-Four Colleges 64 p.

2-5, 1949. Washington, D. C., National Participating in the College Study in Inter- Gateways to Guidance; Some Aspects of Commission on Safety Education, National group Relations, 1945-49. Washington, Mental Hygiene for Classroom Teachers. Education Association, 1950. 78 p.

50 D. C., American Council on Education, Brooklyn, N. Y., Board of Education of the cents. 1950. 365 p. (College Study in Inter- City of New York, 1950. 58 p.

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and Practices. By William M. Alexander Ends and Means in Education: A Mid- Symposium. Edited by Lyman Bryson, and J. Galen Saylor. New York, Rinehart century Appraisal. By Theodore Brameld. Louis Finkelstein, and R. M. Maciver. New & Co., Inc., 1950. 536 p. $4. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1950. 244 York, published by Conference on Science,

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INDEX, SCHOOL LIFE, VOLUME XXXIII

October 1950—June 1951

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Elementary education: Methods, 61, no. 4, Jan.;

organization, 11, no. 1, Oct.; physical education for, 110-111, no. 7, Apr.; Universal Declaration of Hunian Rights, 56, no. 4, Jan.; world under:

standing in, 2-3, no. 1, Oct. Enrollments : Charts, 90, 91, no. 6, Mar.; change

1950–51 to 1959-60, 50, no. 4, Jan. Evaluative criteria, secondary schools, 4-5, 7, no. 1,

Oct. Ewing, Oscar R.: An Opportunity nd a Respon.

sibility for Americans, 82-83, no. 6, Mar. ; Making Up Our Minds, 27-28, no. 2, Nov.; statement

to New Farmers of America, 119, no. 8, May. Exceptional children and youth, life adjustment, 52-54, no. 4. Jan.

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Accent on Health, 13, 15, no. 1, Oct.
Acts of the 81st Congress-Second Session Relating

to Education (Keesecker), 55, 60-61, no. 4, Jan, Adult education, chart, 93, no. 6, Mar. ; community

college, 29-32, no. 2, Nov. Advertising Council, Better Schools Campaign, 109,

110, no. 7, Apr. Advisory Council on Federal Government Partic

ipation, except fronr report, 95, no. 6, Mar. Advisory Council on Participation of National Or.

ganizations, excerpt from report, 94-95, no. 6,

Mar. Advisory Council on Youth Participation, excerpt

from report, 94, no. 6, Mar. Aid for Schools in Federally Affected Areas (Lind

man), 46-47, no. 3, Dec. Aids to Education-By Sight and Sound (Broderick

and Reid), 45, 47, no. 3, Dec. Alaska and the District of Columbia, legislation,

61, no. 4, Jan. Anrerican Association for Health, Physical Educa

tion and Recreation, conference, 134-135, no. 9,

June. American Education Week—1951, announced, 79,

no. 5, Feb. ; President's message, 17, no. 2, Nov. American Federation of Teachers, annual conven

tion, 27-28, no. 2, Nov. An Opportunity and a Responsibility for Americans

(Ewing), 82–83, no. 6, Mar. Anderson, Howard R., on citizenship, 54, no. 4, Jan. Are Today's Children Safe From Fire? (Mackin

tosh), 74-77, no. 5, Feb. Arizona, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Armsby, G'enry H., on higher education, 54, no. 4,

Jan. Armstrong, W. Earl: Teacher Situation Critical

What Can Be Done? 49-50, no. 4, Jan. Atomic Energy Sourcebook, p. 3 of cover, no. 3, Dec. Audio-visual aids to education, 45, 47, no. 3, Dec.; 51, 58-60, 63, no. 4, Jan. ; 124-125 no.

May. Austin, Warren R., on education, 33-34, no. 3, Dec. Aviation education, 13, no. 1, Oct.

Citizenship education, 13, no. 1, Oct. ; 54, no. 4,

Jan. ; 84-85, no. 6, Mar. Citizenship Education by Air, 13, no. 1, Oct. Civil Defense Is a Civilian Responsibility, p. 4 of

cover, no. 7, Apr. Civilian Defense “Alert" Cards, 143, no. 9, June. Colleges Consider Needs of the Disabled, 142, no. 9,

June. Collier, Paul D., chosen chairman, Second Comnris

sion on Life Adjustment Education for Youth,

102, no. 7, Apr. Colorado, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Commissioner McGrath Explains Background of the

Survey. 101, no. 7, Apr. Comnrissioner of Education, office of: Proposed

organization, 100, no. 7, Apr.: Services and staff,

39, no. 3, Dec. Commissioner of Education Reports (McGrath),

67-69, no. 5, Feb. Community College Education-A National Need

(Wood and Kempfer), 29-32, no. 2, Nov. Conferences: Defense, 8-10, no. 1, Oct.; 24-26,

no. 2, Nov. ; 40-41, no. 3, Dec. ; 72-73, 79, no. 5, Feb. ; health education, 134-135, no. 9, June ; libraries, 127, no. 8, May ; life adjustment, 42–43, 44-45, no. 3, Dec. : 102, no. 7, Apr. : Midcentury White House, 81-96, no. 6, Mar. : physical educa

tion. 110 111, no. 7, Apr.: 134, 135, no. 9, June. Consensus, Midcentury White House Conference,

96, no. 6, Mar. Conservation education (Hatcher), 54, no. 4, Jan. Contest, Voice of Democracy, 79, no. 5, Feb. ; 113

115, 126-127, no. 8, May. Continue the Fight for Better Schools, 33-34, no. 3,

Dec. Cooperative Study of Secondary School Standards

Committee, 4-5, 7, no. 1, Oct. Counseling (Blaesser), 54, no. 4, Jan. ; (Jager), 61,

no. 4, Jan. Crusade for Freedom, 1, no. 1, Oct. Cuba. public education, 111, no. 7, Apr. Cummings, Howard : Universal Declaration of

Human Rights in the Secondary School, 57-58, no. 4, Jan.

Featured in Higher Education, 10, no. 1, Oct. Federal Grants to Federally Affected Areas, 133, no.

9, June. Federally affected areas, 21-22, no. 2, Nov. ; 46-47,

no. 3, Dec. ; 55, 60–61, no. 4, Jan. ; 133, 136-137,

no. 9, June. Fiftieth Anniversary of Public Education in Cuba.

111. no. 7, Apr. Films, U. S. Government. 47, no. 3, Dec. 63, no. 4,

Jan. ; 124-125, no. 8, May. Follow-up Progrants, Midcenutry White House Con

ference, 96, no. 6, Mar. For the Nation's Defense, civil defense manuals,

143, p. 4 of cover, no. 9, June. Fourth National Conference on Life Adjustment

Education, 42-43, 44-45, no. 3, Dec. Futterer, Susan 0.: New Books and Pamphlets, 16.

no. 1, Oct. ; 48, no. 3, Dec. ; 64, no. 4, Jan. ; 80, no. 5, Feb. ; 112, no. 7, Apr.; 128, no. 8, May ; 144, no. 9, June.

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Georgia, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Government educational aids, p. 3 of cover, no. 1,

Oct. ; 32, p. 3-4 of cover : no. 2, Nov. ; no. 3, Dec. ; no. 4, Jan. ; p. 3 of cover : no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6, Mar.; 111, p. 3 of cover, no. 7, Apr. 123, p. 3 of cover, no. 8, May; 142, p. 3 of cover, no. 9,

June. Government guides, 32, no. 2, Nov. Graduates, 1950-60, 143, no. 9, June. Graham, C. R.: Libraries and the National Emer.

gency, 143, no. 9, June. Gregory, Raymond 'w., responsibilities under reor

ganization, 99, no. 7, Apr.

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Baruch, Bernard M., on education, 34, no. 3, Dee. Bathurst, Effie G., and Lyles, Victoria : Making Our

Anrerican Heritage Real-How Some Schools Do

It, 122-124, no. 8, May. Bells will Ring for United Nations Day (Reid),

12-13, no. 1, Oct. Better Schools Build a Stronger America, 109, 110,

no. 7, Apr. Better Schools Campaign, 109, 110, no. 7, Apr. Blaesser, Willard W., on counseling, 54, no. 4, Jan, Blauch, Lloyd E., on dental teaching, 54, no. 4, Jan. Bodet, Jaime Torres, statement on Universal

Declaration of Human Rights, 37, no. 3, Dec. Books, See New Books and Pamphlets. Broderick, Gertrude, and Reid, Seerley: Aids to

Education-By Sight and Sound, 45, 47, no. 3,

Dec. ; 63, no. 4, Jan. Brotherhood Week-February 18–25, 79, no. 5, Feb. Buckardt, Henry L., on health and physical fitness,

135, no. 9, June. Building America's Might, 126-127, no. 8, May. Burnett, Robert A., Voice of Democracy contest,

126-127, no. 8, May. Butterick, Rev. George A., on planning for children's

welfare, 94, no. 6, Mar.

Davis, Allison : Socio-Economic, Influences Upon

Children's Learning, 87, 93-94, no. 6, Mar. Defense, education for, 8-10, no. 1, Oct. 18-23, 24

26, no. 2, Nov., 40-41, no. 3, Dec., 62–63, no. 4, Jan., 72–73, 79, no. 5, Feb., 104-109, no. 7, Apr. 116-118, no. 8, May 138-139, 141-142, no. 9, June; library service for, 78, no. 5, Feb., 127, no. 8, May, 143, no. 9, June; mobilization, 126-127,

no. 8, May, 131-133, 134-135, no. 9, June. Defense Mobilization Assignments in the Office of

Education, 20, no. 2, Nov. Democracy : Contest, 113-115, 126-127, no. 8,

May; pressage on American Education Week, 17,

no. 2, Nov. ; teaching, 122-124, no. 8, May. Development of Healthy Personalities in children

(Spock), 85-86, 92-93, no. 6, Mar. Division of Special Services, omce of Education, 14,

no. 1, Oct. Dunbar, Ralph M. : Mobilization and Libraries, 127,

no. 8, May.

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Handbook of Enrergency Defense Activities, p. 4 of

cover, no. 8, May. Handicapped children, 52-54, no. 4, Jan. ; 120-121,

no. 8, May. Harmon, Marcia Anne: Voice of Democracy con

test, 113-114, no. 8, May. Hatcher, Halene, on conservation education, 54, no.

4, Jan. Hawaii, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Health education, 13, 15, no. 1, Oct. ; 85-86. 92-93,

no. 6, Mar.; 110-111, no. 7, Apr. ; 134-135, no.

9, June. Helping the Handicapped-An Investment in the

Nation's Future Manpower (Mackie), 120-121, no. 8, May. Higher education : Assistant commissioner. 107

no. 7, Apr.; con munity college, 29-32, no. 2, Nov. conference on defense, 40-41, no. 3, Dec. : dental teaching, 54, no. 4, Jan, ; emergency training, 54, no. 4, Jan.; enrollnrents, 143, no. 9, June; for disabled, 142, no. 9, June ; legislation, 60, no. 4, Jan. ; periodical, 10, no. 1, Oct. Hill, Wilhelmina : Universal Declaration of Human

Rights in the Elementary School, 56, no. 4, Jan.; World Understanding in Elementary Schools, 2-3,

no. 1, Oct. History in Facsimile, 7, no. 1, Oct. How To Obtain U. S. Government Films, 1951

(Reid), 124-125, no. 8, May. Hull, J. Dan: Second Comnrission on Life Adjust

ment Education, appointed, 102, no. 7, Apr.

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Education and Human Rights (Reid), 37-38, no. 3,

Dec.
Education and the National Defense (McGrath),

18-23, no. 2, Nov.
Education for the Nation's Defense, I-VIII, 8-9, 10,

no. 1, Oct., 24-26, no. 2, Nov. ; 40-41, no. 3. Dec. ;
62, no. 4, Jan. ; 40-41, no. 3, Feb.; 104-106, no.
7, Apr; 116–119, no. 8, May; 138-139, 141-142,

no. 9, June.
Educational Aids From Your Government (Rey-

nolds), page 3 of cover, nos. 1-5, 7-9, Oct.-Feb.,
Apr.-June.
Educational Aids Pertaining to Children and Youth

(Reynolds), p. 3 of cover, no. 6, Mar,
Educational Issues Before the Federal Courts, 1950,

103, no. 7, Apr.
Educational Issues "Referred to the People" in 1950

(Keesecker). 103, no. 7, Apr.
Educational Structure-A Graphic Illustration, 11,

no. 1, Oct.
Educational Uses of Radio, Office of Education, 14,

no. 1, Oct.
The Educator and the World Community (MC-

Grath), 129-130, 140, no. 9, June.
Effects of Atomic Weapons, page 4 of cover, no. 1,

Oct.
Eisenhower, Dwight D., on education, 34, no. 3,

Dec.

California, educational legislation, 103, no. 7. Apr.
Caliver, Ambrose : Illiteracy and Manpower Mobil-

ization, 131-133, no. 9, June; new assistant to the Commissioner (photograph), 7, no. 1, Oct. Charts, Midcentury White House Conference, 86,

87, 90, 91, 92, 93, no. 6, Mar. Children and Youth at the Midcentury Fact Find

ing Report, 95, no. 6, Mar. Children and Youth at the Midcentury Report on

State and Local Action, excerpts 95, no. 6, Mar. Childs, Marquis, on perils to freedom of choice, 94,

no. 6, Mar. Citizens and Schools in the National Crisis, 23, no.

2, Nov. Citizens Federal Committee on Education, cam

paign for better schools, 109, no. 7. Apr. Citizenship Begins With Children (McGrath), 84

85, no. 6, Mar.

Index prepared by Florence Reynolds. Information and Publications Service, Office of Education.

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"If a War Is To Be

*,' 119, no. 8, May. Illiteracy and Manpower Mobilization (Caliver),

131-132, no. 9, June.
Information and Publications Service, Office of

Education services and staff members 14, no. 1,
Oct.

International understanding, 1, 2-3, 12 13, 15, no.

1, Oct. ; 35-36, 37-38, 44, no. 3, Dec. ; 129-130, 140-141, no. 9, June.

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Jager, Harry A., on counseling, 61, no. 4, Jan. Jessen, Carl A.: New Evaluative Instruments for

Secondary Schools, 4-5, 7. no. 1, Oct. Job for the Community College, chart, 30, no. 2,

Nov.

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, sur

vey, 142, no. 9, June. National Science Foundation, legislation, 60, no.

4, Jan. National Scientific Register, Office of Education,

services and staff, 77, no. 5, Feb. ; director 99, no.

7, Apr. New Assistant to the Conrmissioner, 7, no. 1, Oct. New Books and Pamphlets (Futterer), 16, no. 1,

Oct.; 48, no. 3, Dec. ; 64, no. 4, Jan. ; 80, no. 5, Feb. ; 112, no. 7, Apr. ; 128, no. 8, May ; 144, no.

9, June. New Evaluative Instruments for Secondary Schoois

(Jessen), 4-5, 7, no. 1, Oct. New Farmers of America, 119, no. 8, May. Newbrough, Norita: Voice of Democracy contest,

115, 126, no. 8, May. Nichols, John R., on civil defense in England, 134,

no. 9, June. North Carolina, educational legislation, 103, no.

7, Apr. Nursing education, 70 71, no. 5. Feb.

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Keesecker, Ward W.: Acts of the 81st Congress

Second Session Relating to Education, 55, 60-61, no. 4, Jan. ; Educational Issues "Referred to the People" in 1950, 103, no. 7, Apr. ; Recent Federal Court Decisions Affecting Education, 6-7, no. 1,

Oct. Kenrpfer, Homer: Waging Peace Is an Educational

Task, 35-36, 44, no. 3, Dec.; and Wood, William R. : Community College Education- A National Need, 29-32, no. 2, Nov.

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School construction, 22, no. 2, Nov. ; 55, no. 4, Jan.;

87, no. 6, Mar.; 133, 136-137, no. 9, June. Second Commission on Life Adjustment Education

Appointed (Hull), 102, no. 7, Apr. Secondary schools : Cooperative study, 4-5, 7, no.

1, Oct. ; graduates, 143, no. 9, June; life adjustment, 34 38, 42-45, no. 3, Dec. ; 102, no. 7, Apr.; organization, 11, no. 1, Oct.; Universal Declara

tion of Human Rights, 57-58, no. 4, Jan. Selected Theses in Education (Strawbridge), 16,

no. 1, Oct. ; 48, no. 3, Dec. ; 64, no. 4, Jan. ; 80, no. 5, Feb.; 112, no. 7, Apr. ; 128, no. 8, May;

144, no. 9, June. Service to Libraries, Office of Education, 14, no. 1,

Oct. Snow, ('ol. Gordon, on training for leadership, 135,

no. 9, June. Socio-Economic Influences Upon Children's Learn

ing (Davis), 87, 93-94, no. 6, Mar. South Carolina, educational legislation, 103, no. 7,

Apr. South Dakota, educational legislation, 103, no. 7,

Apr. Spaulding, Willard B.: “If a War Is To Be .."

119. 10 8 Nr. Special weeks and days, American Education Week,

17, no. 2, Oct., 79, no. 5, Feb. ; Brotherhood Week.

79, no. 5, Feb. ; UN Day, 1, 12, no. 1, Oct. Special education: Colleges consider needs, 142,

no. 9, June ; helping the handicapped, 120-121,

no. 8, May ; life adjustment, 52, no. 4, Jan. Special Educational Services, Division of, services

and staff, 14, no. 1, Oct. Spock, Benjamin : Development of Healthy Person

alities in Children, S5–86, 92-93, no. 6, Mar. Stafford, Frank S., obituary, 142, no. 9, June. Stebbins, Walter E. : One Federally Affected Area,

136-137, no. 9, June. Steel-Copper-Aluminum Allocations, 143,

no. 9, June. Strawbridge, Ruth G.: Selected Theses in Educa

tion 16, no. 1, Oct.; 48, no. 3, Dec. ; 64, no. 4, Jan. ; 80, No. 5, Feb. ; 112, no. 7, Apr. ; 123, no. 8,

May ; 144, no. 9, June. Survival Under Atomic Attack, publication, p. 4 of

cover, no. 5, Feb. Sylvester, Charles W., chosen vice chairman, Second

Commission on Life Adjustment Education for Youth, 102, no. 7, Apr.

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Legislation, educational, 6–7, no. 1, Oct. ; 21-22, no. 2, Nov. ; 46-47, no. 3, Dec. ; 55, 60–61, no. 4,

Jan. : 103, no. 7. Apr.; 133, no. 9, June. Libraries, Office of Education service to. 78, no. 5,

Feb. ; 127, no. 8, May ; 143, no. 9. June. Libraries and the National Emergency, 143, no. 9,

June. Library Service for National Defense (Malmberg),

78, no. 5, Feb. Life Adjustment Education : Conference, 42-43. 44

45, no. 3. Dec. ; recommendations, 43, no. 3, Dec. ; report, 34, 38, no. 3. Dec. ; Second Connoission, 102, no. 7, Apr.; through “Special Education,

52, no. 4, Jan. Lindman, Erick L. : Aid for Schools in Federally

Affected Areas, 46-47, no. 3, Dec. Louisiana, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Lyles, Victoria, and Bathurst. Effe G.: Making Our

American Heritage Real-How Some Schools Do It, 122-124, no. 8, May.

O'Brien, James C., on health and physical educa

tion, 135, no. 9, June; responsibilities under re

organization, 99, no. 7, Apr. Of the Rostrum -Off the Press, 54, no. 4, Jan. Office of Education : Annual report, 67-68, no. 5,

Feb. ; organization, 14, no. 1. Oct. ; 39, no. 3, Dec. ; 77, no. 5, Feb. ; 97-101, 106 -109, no. 7, Apr.; personnel, 7, 14, no. 1, Oct. ; 20, no. 2. Nov. ; 39, no. 3, Dec. ; 77, no. 5, Feb. ; 97-101, 106--109, no. 7, Apr. ; 142, no. 9, June; survey, 97 101, 106 109, no. 7. Apr. See also Publica

tions, Office of Education. Officers of NFA at FSA, 119, no. 8, May. One Federally Affected Area, 136-137, no. 9, June. Oregon, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Organization of Education in the United States, 11,

no. 1, Oct.

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Pamphlets. See Books and Pamphlets.
Physical education, 110 -111, no. 7, Apr.; 134 135,

no. 9, June. Physically handicapped, 52-54, no. 4, Jan. ; 120

121, no. 8, May ; 142, no. 9, June. Platform and Recommendations of the Midcentury

White House Conference on Children and Youth,

88-92, no. 6, Mar. Pledge to Children, Midcentury White House Con

ference, p. 4 of cover, no. 6, Mar. Presidential Messages to the

820 Congress 65-66, 79, no. 5. Feb President's Challenge to the White House Confer

ence, 81-82. no. 6. Mar. Publi Administra Service, O of Education

survey, 97-101, 106-109, no. 7, Apr.; recom

mendations, 97-101, 106-109, no. 7, Apr. Public Vocational Schools Train Practical Nurses

(Moore), 70-71, no. 5. Feb. Publications : Office of Education, 3, p. 3 of cover,

no. 1, Oct. ; p. 3-4 of cover, nos. 2-4, Nov.-Jan. ; 71, p. 3 of cover, no. 5, Feb. ; p. 3 of cover, no. 6, Mar.; 111, p. 3 of cover, no. 7, Apr.; 123, p. 3 of cover, no. 8, May ; 142, p. 3 of cover, no. 9, June: other Government, p. 3 of cover, nos. 1-9, Oct.-June, p. 4 of cover, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, Oct., Nov., Jan., Feb., Apr., June, 32, no. 2, Nov.

Teacher Situation Critical--What Can Be Done?

(Armstrong), 49-50, no. 4, Jan. Teachers : Demand for, chart, 92, no. 6, Mar.; effects

of mobilization, 22, no. 2, Nov.; exchange, 15, no. 1, Oct.; legislation, 6, no. 1, Oct.; number

needed, 49–50, no. 4, Jan. Television, safeguarding channels for education, 51,

58-60, no. 4, Jan. Ten New Publications of the Office of Education, p. 4

of cover, no. 4, Jan, Theses in education, See Selected Theses in Edu

cation. They Spoke for Democracy--and Won, 113--115,

126-127, no. 8, May. Three New Government Publications, p. 4 of cover,

no. 2, Nov. Three-Year Report on Life Adjustment Education, 34, 38, no. 3, Dec.

To Meet the Challenge .," 32, no. 2, Nov. To the Patrons, Students and Teachers of Ameri

can Schools (Truman), 17, no. 2, Nov. To Strengthen and Improve omce of Education

Administration, 97-101, 106-109, no. 7, Apr. Toward Life Adjustment Through “Special Educa

tion" (Martens), 52, no. 4, Jan. Truman, Harry S.: Challenge to the White House

Conference, 81-82, no. 6. Mar, ; messages to the 82d Congress, 65, 66, 79, no. 5, Feb. ; To the Patrons, Students and Teachers of American Schools, 17, no. 2, Nov.

McCaskill, James L., on cooperative action for

national and international well-being, 134-135,

no. 9, June. McGrath, Earl James : Citizenship Begins With

Children, 84-85, no. 6, Mar.; Explains Background of the administrative survey of the office, 101, no. 7, Apr.; progress report, 67-69, no. 5, Feb. ; Education and the National Defense, 18, no. 2, Nov. ; The Educator and the World Com munity, 129-130, 140, no. 9, June ; Make Freedom Ring, 1, no. 1, Oct. ; remarks, Voice of Democracy contest, 114, no. 8, May; Safeguarding Television

Channels for Education, 51, 58-60, no. 4, Jan. Mackie. Romaine P.: Helping the Handicapped

An Investment in the Nation's Future Manpower,

120-121, no. 8, May. Mackintosh, Helen K: Are Today's Children Safe

From Fire? 74-77, no. 5, Feb.; on elementary

schools, 61, no. 4, Jan. Mad River Township District of Dayton, Ohio, 136

137, no. 9, June. Make Freedom Ring (McGrath), 1, no. 1. Oct. Making Our American Heritage Real-How Some

Schools Do It (Lyles and Bathurst), 122-124, no.

8, May. Making Up Our Minds (Ewing). 27-28, no. 2. Nov. Malmberg, Margie Sornson : Library Service for

National Defense, 78, no. 5, Feb. Manpower needs, 120-121, 126-127, no. 8. May;

131-132, no. 9, June. Martens, Elise

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Toward Life Adjustment Through “Special Education," 52-54, no. 4. Jan. Maryland. educational legislation 103, no. 7. Apr. Mayo, Leonard W., on "a passion for comprehen.

sion," 94, no. 6. Mar. Men in College, 1951-55. 143, no. 9, June. Mental health. 85-86, 88-92, 93, no. 6, Mar. Midcentury White House Conference on Children

and Youth, 81-96, no. 6, Mar. Missouri, educational legislation, 103, no. 7. Apr. Mobilization and Libraries (Dunbar), 127, no. 8,

May. Montana, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Moore, Louise: Public Vocational Schools Train

Practical Nurses, 70-71, no. 5, Feb.

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Racial equality, legislation, 6-7, no. 1, Oct.
Radio: Educational uses, 14, no. 1. Oct. ; 45, 47,

no. 3, Dec.; programs, 63, no. 4, Jan. Recent Federal Court Decisions Affecting Educa

tion (Keesecker), 6-7, no. 1, Oct. Recent Publications of the Office of Education, p. 4

of cover, no. 3. Dec. Recommendations of the National Conference (Life

ddinstment), 43, no. 3, Dec. Recordings, 45, no. 3, Dec. : 63, no. 4, Jan. Reed, Wayne 0. responsibilities under reorganiza

tion, 99, no. 7, Apr. Reid, Helen Dwight: Bells Will Ring for United

Nations Day, 12-13, no. 1, Oct.; Education and

Human Rights, 37-38, no. 3, Dec. Reid, Seerley: Ho To Obtain U. S. Government

Films, 1951, 124-125, no. 8, May; and Broderick, Gertrude G: Aids to Education-By Sight and

Sound, 45, 47, no. 3. Dec. ; 63, no. 4, Jan. Research and Statistical Service, Office of Educa

tion, services and staff, 14. no. 1, Oct. Reynolds, Florence E.: Educational Aids Front

Your Governnrent, p. 3 of cover, nos. 1-5, 7-9, Oct.-Feb., Apr.-June ; Educational Aids Pertaining to Children and Youth, p. 3 of cover, no. 6,

Mar. Romulo, Ricardo : Voice of Democracy contest, 115,

no. 8, May. Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D., on education, 34, no.

3. Dec.; statement on Universal Declaration of

Human Rights, 57, no. 4, Jan. Russell, John Dale, responsibilities under reor

ganization, 99, no. 7, Apr.

IN: Teaching about, 3, no. 1, Oct.; United Nations

Day, 1, 12-13, no. 1, Oct. UNESCO: Publications, 3, no. 1, Oct. ; Unlversal

Declaration of Human Rights, 37-38, no. 3, Dec.;

10 major tasks, 15, no. 1, Oct. Universal Declaration of Human Rights: In the

Elementary School (HMI), 56, no. 4, Jan. ; in the Secondary School (Cummings), 57, no. 4, Jan.;

teaching about, 37-38, no. 3, Dec. l'tah, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr.

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National Arrhives, reproductions of historic docu

ments, 7, no. 1, Oct.
National Citizens Commission for the Public

Schools. Better Schools Campaign 109. no. 7.
Apr.; Citizens and Schools in this National
Crisis 23. no. 2, Nov.: continues fight for better

schools. 33, no. 3, Dec.
National Conference for the Mobilizalion of Health

Education, Physical Education and Recreation,

134 135, no. 9, June. National Conference on Physical Education for

Children of Elementary School Age, report, 110

111, no. 7. Apr. National defense. See Defense.

Veterans education, 41, no. 3, Dec. ; legislation on,

61, no. 4, Jan. Virginia, educational legislation, 103, no. 7, Apr. Visual aids, 47. no. 3, Dec. ; 63, no. 4, Jan. ; 124

125, no. 8, Mas: historic documents, 7, no. 1, Oct. : Office of Education, 14, no. 1, Oct. ; telo.

vision channels, 51, 58–60. no. 4, Jan. Visual Aid to Education, Offic Education, serr.

ices and staff. 14, no. 1, Oct. Vocational education ; Assistant Commissioner for,

99, 108, no. 7, Apr.; counseling, 86, no. 6, Mar.; legislation on, 61, no. 4, Jan.; New Farmers of America. 119, no. 8. May; practical nurse train

ing, 70-71, no. 5, Feb. Voice of Democracy contest, 113-115, 126-127,

no. 8, May.

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Safeguarding Television Channels for Education

(McGrath), 51, 58-60, no. 4, Jan. Safety education, fire, 74-77, no. 5, Feb.

Voice of Democracy Winners Announced, 79, no. 5, Feb.

W Waging Peace is an Educational Task (Kempfer),

35-36, 44, no. 3, Dec. Washington (State), educational legislation, 103,

no. 7, Apr.

West Virginia, educational legislation, 103, no. 7,

Apr. Wood, William R., and Kempfer, Homer : Commu

nity College Education--A National Need, 29–32,

no. 2, Nov. World Understanding in Elementary Schools (Hill),

2-3, no. 1, Oct.

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