Imagini ale paginilor
PDF
ePub

INDEX, SCHOOL LIFE, VOLUME XXXI

October 1948–June 1949 and March Supplement

[S] refers to March Supplement

“Atomic Energy Here To Stay"

A

British-American Teacher Exchange, 1948-49, 7,

No. 1, Oct.
British exchange positions, 5, no. 3, Dec.
British teachers at White House, 13, no. 2, Nov.
Bronx High School of Science, New York City,

Surplus Property Utilization, 7, no. 3, Dec.
Brown, Elmer Ellsworth: Work as commissioner,

3, no. 8, May.
Brown, Willis C.: Surplus Property Utilization,

3, no. 3. Dec.
Buck, Pearl : "Only the brave should teach," 4, no.

1, Oct.
Budgets, school, 14, no. 5, Feb.
Burnett, R. Will, and others: The Minds of Men,

11-13, no. 6. Mar.

Cousins, Norman : Whole man requires whole ealu-

cation, 7, no. 6, Mar, [S].
Coy. Wayne : Electronic Magic-l'xe It or You

Lose It, 3-4, no. 1, Oct.
Crary, Ryland W., and others: The Minds of Men,

11-13, no. 6, Mar.
Crippled, educational conference, Mexico City, 14,

no. 2, Nov.
Crippled Children in School, bulletin. 14, no. 2. Xov.
Crisis in Education (Truman). 8, no. 4, Jan.
Custodians, duties, 14, no. 1, Oct.

D

с

Dawson, Nathaniel: Work as commissioner, 3, no.

8, May.
Declaration of Human Rights, UN, 8 10, no. 6,

Mar.
Defense, education is our first line, 1, 10, 7, Apr.
Democracy : Improvement, 12-14. no. 5. Feb.:

meaning, 1. no. 7, Apr. ; suggestions for teaching,

8-10, no. 8, May.
Democracy in a Divided World, 12-13, no. 4, Jan.
Democracy in Action- Vocational Education, 4-5,

no. 3, Dec.
Dentistry, preventive, 4-6, no. 8, Mas.
Directory of College Courses in Radio and Tele-

vision, 11, no. 8, May.
Dividend for SCHOOL LIFE, 11, no. 4, Jan.
Dunham, Franklin : FM for Education, 7, no. 3,
Dec.

E

Academic freedom, 1-2, no. 3. Dec.
Acts of Eightieth Congress Relating to Education

(Keesecker), 5. 15, no. 1, Oct.
Adequate Housing and Modern Education (Viles),

1-2, 11. no. 5, Feb.
Administrators, challenge, 1, 2, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Adult education, 2-3, 14, no. 6, Mar. ; for Negroes,

project, 4-5, no. 2, Nov.
Advertising Council. campaign for better educa-

tion, 8-9, no. 2, Nov. ; 12-13, no. 3, Dec. ; 14,
no. 4, Jan. ; car card on length of teacher's day,

15, no. 7, Apr.
Alves, Henry Ê'. : Reassignment, 14, no. 3. Dec.
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Edu-

cation, conference, Estes Park, Colo., 13, no.

2, Nov.
American Association of University Women, teacher

recruitment program, 2, no. 1, Oct.
American-British Teacher Exchange, 1948-49, no.

1. Oct.
American education : Exhibits, 4, 11, no. 7, April ;

focus, 7, no. 9, June.
American Education Week, 8. no. 1, Oct.
American Flag : State laws, 12, no. 3, Dec.
American Library Association, setting new goals, 5,

no. 5, Feb.
American Technical Society, publication, 8-10, no.

3. Dec.
American Way, 2-3, 12, 16, no. 7, Apr.
Amidon, Edna P: Child Development in High

School Home Economics Programs, 7, no. 8, May.
Answers to SCHOOL LIFE Quiz, page 3 of cover,

no. 7. Apr.
Applied science, world committed to, 5, no. 6, Mar.
Appointments : Office of Education, 10, no. 2, Nov. ;

14. no. 3, Dec. ; 11, no. 9, June.
Appreciating Good Teachers (Smith). 12-13, no. 3,

Dec.
Arizona State Department of Public Instruction,

study. 12, no. 8, May.
Armed Services, educational opportunities, 8-10,

no. 5. Feb.
Army To Teach Lessons of Citizenship (Bradley),

6, no. 2, Nov.
Arrangement and maintenance, school plant, 11,

no. 5, Feb.
As a General Becomes a President, 1-2, no. 3,

Dec.
Atlanta, Ga. : Education by radio, 6-7, no. 2, Nov.
The atom and the teacher, 1, no. 6, Mar. [S).
Atomic energy education, 4-7, 11-13, no. 6, Mar. ;

11, no. 8. May ; 10-11, no. 9, June; Office of

Education aids, page 4 of cover, no. 9, June.
Atomic Energy Here To Stay, supplement to March

issue of ScHOOL LIFE, 15, no. 5, Feb.
Atomic Energy Information in the Science Pro-

gram, 7-8, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Atomic Energy Is Your Business, 1-2, 6,

Mar. [S].
Atomic Energy Program of the People of the United

States (Salisbury), 5, 13, no. 6, Mar. [S).
Atomic science, the ladder, 3. no. 6, Mar. (S).
Attracting New Teachers (Simmons), 1-2, 4, no. 1,

Oct.
Audio-visual materials, atomic energy, 12-13, no.

6, Mar. [S).
Aviation education reports, 15, no. 2, Nov.
Avocational interests, industrial arts, 13, no. 8,

May.
Awards for educational writing, 3, no. 9, June.

no.

B

Caliver, Ambrose : Project for Adult Education of

Negroes, 4-5, no. 2, Nov.
Campaign for Better Schools, 8-9, no. 2, Nov.
Camping program for youth, conference plans, 12,

no. 1, Oct.
Canadian-French-United States Teacher Exchange,

16, no. 3, Dec.
Carnegie Corporation of New York: Project for

Adult Education of Negroes, 4-5, no. 2, Nov.
Cartoons from The New Yorker, 13, no. 3, Dec.
Caves, Richard : Democracy, 2-3, no. 7, Apr.
Cerebral-palsied children, publications, 13, no. 4,

Jan.
Chain Reaction in Education (Glasheen), 10-11,

no. 9, June.
Chase, Stuart : World Committeed to Applied

Science, 5, no. 6, Mar.
Child Development in High-School Home Economics

Programs (Amidon), 7, no. 8, May.
Children in hospitals, educational facilities, 13,

W. 7, Ap.
Children Not in School (Blose and Foster), 3, no.

5, Feb.
Children's Book Week, 7, no. 2, Nov.
Citizens Federal Committee on Education: Cam-

paign for better schools, 8-9, no. 2, Nov. ; 12–13,
no. 3, Dec,; meets, 14, no. 4, Jan.; press and

radio program, teacher shortage, 1, no 1, Oct.
Citizenship : Army to teach, 6, no. 2, Nov.; educa-

tion, 1-2, no. 3, Dec. : 8-10, no. 8, May.
Clark, Roberta : Research Aids the School Lunch,

10, no. 6. Mar.
Clark, Tom C.: Presents awards to winners of

Voice of Democracy contest, 2–3, 12, 16, no. 7,

Apr.
Class size, true-false quiz, 10, 12, no. 2, Nov.
Classroom Growth Record, 3, no. 4, Jan,
Claxton, Philander P.: Work as commissioner, 3,

no. 8, May.
Code for comics, 12, no. 2, Nov.
College Building Crisis, 12, 16, no. 1, Oct.
College Radio Directory, 11, no. 8. May,
Colleges and universities, fall enrollment, 7, no. 4,

Jan.
Columbia University, new president, 1-2, no. 3,

Dec.
Comics, code of ethics, 12, no. 2, Nov.
Commissioner of Education, new, 1, no. 6. Mar.
Commissioners of Education, brief sketches of work,

3, no. 8, May.
Community activities, teacher appreciation, 12-13,

no. 3, Dec.
Community life changed by education, 11-12, no.

2, Nov.
Community school, characteristics. 12, no. 2, Nov.
Community use, school plant, 11, no. 5, Feb.
Compartmentalization (Cousins), 7, no. 6. Mar. (S).
Conant, James Bryant : Strengthen Education To

Strengthen Democracy in a Divided World, 12-13,

no. 4, Jan.
Conference plans for youth camping program, 12,

no. 1, Oct.
Conrad, Herbert S.: Appointed to Office of Educa-

tion, 10, no. 2, Nov.
Constitution, teaching: State laws, 11-12, no. 3,

Dec.
Consumer education, 13, no. 8, May.
Contributions, industrial arts, 12, no. 8, May.
Coon, Beulah 'I. : lome economics teachers, survey,

7, no. 2, Nov.
Cooper, John W.: Work as commissioner, 3, no.

8, May.
Cooperative activities, teacher appreciation, State

level, 13, no. 3, Dec.
Counseling About Occupations (Greenleaf), 5, 14,

no. 7, Apr.
Counselors, minimum training standards, 10, no.

8, May.

Earl James McGrath-11th Commissioner of Edu-

cation, 1-3, 14, no. 8, May.
Eaton, John : Work as commissioner, 3, no. 8. Mar.
Ebaugh, Cameron D. : Zeal for Democracy-Latin-

American Style, 10–11, no. 7, Apr.
Ecuador : Zeal for Democracy, 10-11, no. 7, Apr
Educating Our Young Adults After School and

College (Kempfer), 2-3, 14, no. 6, Mar.
Education, price list, 15, no. 8, May.
Education by Radio in Atlanta, 6-7, no. 2, Nov.
Education Can Change Community Life (Lund),

11-12, no. 2, Nov.
Education for Freedom, bulletin. 11, 12, no. 3, Dec.
Education Is Our First Line of Defense (Truman),

1, no. 7, Apr.
Education to strengthen Democracy, 12-13, no. 4,

Jan.
Educational Aids From Your Government, page 6

of cover, no. 1, Oct. ; no. 2, Nov. ; no. 3. Dec. :
page 3 of cover, no. 4, Jan.: no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6,

Mar.; no. 7, Apr. ; no. 8, May: no. 9, June.
Educational articles published elsewhere, 13, 15,

no. 4, Jan. ; 10, no. 5, Feb. ; 11, no. 9, June.
Educational facilities for children in hospitals, 13,

no. 7. Apr.
Educational legislation, 4-5, 6-7, no. 5, Feb.
Educational Opportunities for National Youth in

the Armed Services, 8-10, no. 5, Feb.
Educational writing, winners of awards. 3, no. 9,

June.
Education's Responsibilities (Lillienthal). 1. 2. no.

6, Mar. [S).
Eightieth Congress, educational legislation, 5, 15,

no. 1, Oct.
Einstein, Albert : Minds and Hearts of Men, 11, no.

6, Mar.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. : Becomes President of Co-

lumbia University, 1-2. 11, no. 3. Dec.
Electronic Magic Use It or You Lose It (Coy),

3-4, no. 1. Oct.
Elementary and secondary education (Truman), 8:

no. 4, Jan. ; better organization, 12-13, no. 5.

Feb.
Elementary and secondary school enrollments, esti-

mate, page 3 of cover, no. 1, Oct.
Elementary education, national work conference, 7.

no. 1, Oct.
Elementary School Organization, 14 questions, 2,

no. 4, Jan.
Elementary schools: Enrollment, 3 no. 5, Feb. ;

teachers needed, 2, no. 3. Dec.
Ellis, Jean : British-American Teacher Exchange,

1948-49, 7, no. 1, Oct.
Emphasis Continues on Zeal for American De-

mocracy, 11, no. 1, Oct.
Enrichment of Pupil Experiences Through Indus-

trial Arts (Ludington), 12-13, no. 8, May.
Enrollment: Colleges and universities, 7. no. 2.

Nov.; 7, no. 4, Jan.: high schools, 5-6, no. 9,

June ; quiz, 11, page 3 of cover, no. 7. Apr.
Equal Opportunity (Truman), 9, no. 1, Jan.
Evans, Henry Ridgely : Obituary, 15, 16). 9, June.
Evans, Hubert M., and others. The Minds of Men,

11-13, no. 6, Mar.

Birthrate and lower teacher salaries, 8-9, no. 9,

June.
Babies Today--Pupils Tomorrow, 7, no. 3, Dec.
Bailey, Francis L.; Teacher recruitment, 2, no. 1,

Oct.
Barnard, Henry : Work as commissioner, 3, no. 8,

May.
Barzun, Jacques : Teacher qualifications, 1-2, 4, no.

1. Oct.
Better schools, publishers support campaign, 8-9,

no. 2, Noy.
Blose, David T., and Foster, Emery M.: Children

Not in School, 3, no. 5. Feb.
Boie, Mildred Louise : Vocational Education--

Democracy in Action, 4-5, no. 3, Dec.
Book Week--November 14-20, 7, no. 2, Nov.
Books and Pamphlets. Sce New Books

and
Pamphlets.
Bradley, Gen, Omar N.: Army To Teach Lessons

of Citizenship, 6, no. 2, Nov.
Brewster, Royce E.: United States Navy Occupa-
tional Handbook, 6, no. 3, Dec.

SCHOOL LIFE

L

Ewing, Oscar R. : Education for Freedom, 11- 12,

no. 3, Dec. ; Goal of New Commissioner of Edu-
cation, 2, no. 8. Jay; Keynote speaker FFA

convention, Kansas City, 6, no. 1, Jan.
Exceptional children. See Cerebral palsied chil.

dren ; Crippled.
Exchange positions, 5, no. 3, Dec.
Exhibits of American Education for Germany, Ko-

rea, and Japan, 4, 11, no. 7, Apr.

F

Harvard Graduate School of Education, atomic

energy educational experiments, 10, no. 9, June.
Health and Education (Truman), 9, no. 1, Jan.
Health education, secondary schools, 6-7, 14-15,

no. 7, Apr.
Health Education Pioneer Honored, 10, no. 3. Dec.
Health protection in school plants, 2, 11, no. 5,

Feb.
Heart of Matter, The (Morris and Johnson), 5-7,

no. 6. Mar.
Hechinger, Fred : Winner of magazine writing

award, 3, no. 9, June,
Helping Teachers Keep Happr: 7, no. 2, Nov.
High birthrate and lower teacher salaries, 8-9, no.

9, June.
Iligh School ---What's In It For Me! publication,

8, no. 3. Dec.
High-school students speak for democracy, 2-3, 12,

16, no. 7, Apr.
High schools : Child development in home economics

programs, 7, no. 8. May ; enrollment, 3, no. 5,

Feb. ; size, 4-6, no. 9, June.
Higher education (Truman), 9. no. 4, Jan.; avail-

ability, 13, no. 5. Feb. ; legislation. 5, no. 1, Oet.
Higher institutions, fall enrollment, 7, no. 2, Nov.
Hines, William J., Jr.: ". For the Future Se-
curity

;" 10-11, 14–15, no. 4, Jan.
Historic Documents in Facsimile, 7. no. 3, Dec.
History, teaching : State laws, 11, no. 3, Dec.
Home economies programs, high-school, child de-

velopment, 7, no. 8, May.
Home economics teachers : Study of jobs, 4, no. 1.

Oct. : study of satisfactions and dissatisfactions,

7, no. 2. Nov.
Home-school relationships, 7, no. 9, June.
Hoover Commission Report on Education, page 4

of cover, no. 9, June.
Hospitals, educational facilities for children, 13, no.

7, Apr.
How Democratic Is Your School? 2–3, no. 9, June.
How Long Is a School Teacher's Day? 15, no. 7.

Apr.
How Not To Make Headlines (Morris), 13-15, no.

1. Oct.
How the School Reaches Out (Glasheen and Lund),

11, no. 6, Mar. [S].
How To Increase Surplus Property Utilization, 3, 7,

no. 3. Dec,
How To Obtain U. S. Government Filmstrips

(Reid), 15, no. 9, June,
How To Obtain U. S. Government Motion Pictures

(Reid), 89, no. 7, Apr.
Hugh Marson High School, Raleigh, N. C., floor

plan, 13, no. 8, May.
Human Rights, declaration, 8-10, no. 6, Mar.
Hutchinson, Earl : Suggestions “Teaching"

Democracy, 8-10, no. 8. May.

The Ladder of Atomic Science, 3, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Latin-American Style Zeal for Democracy, 10-11,

no. 7, Apr.
Learning Experiences in Atomic Energy Education,

10, no. 6, Mar. [S].
Legislation, educational, 5, 15, no. 1, Oct; 6, no. 2,

Nov. ; 4-5, 6-7, no. 5. Feb. ; 7, no. 9, June.
Liberal education, appeal, 1-2, no. 3, Dec.
Librarians, school, salaries, 5, no. 2, Nov.
Library, school, statistics, 7, no. 2. Nov.
Life-adjustment: Conference. Arkansas, 13, no. 2,

Nov.; conference, Indiana University, 11, no. 1,
Oct.; education, 8-9, 10, no. 3, Dec. ; 15, no. 6,

Mar.
Lilienthal, David E. : Atomic Energy program, 5,

13, no. 6, Mar. [S] ; Education's Responsibilities,
1, no. 6, Mar., [S] : excerpt from speech on atomic

energy, 4, no. 6, Mar. [S].
Loan packets, secondary school principals, 7, no.

8, May.
A Look at the Size of Our High Schools (Gaum-

nitz and Tompkins), 4-6, no. 9, June.
Low teachers' salaries and high birthrate, 8-9, no.

9, June.
Ludington, John R.: Enrichment of Pupil Exper-

iences Through Industrial Arts, 12-13, no. 8,

May.
Lund. John: Education Can Change Community

Life, 11-12, no. 2, Nov.; and Glasheen, George
L.: How the School. Reaches Out, 11, no. 6,
Mar. [S].

Facsimiles of historic documents, 7, no. 3, Dec.
Fall 1948 Enrollment in Colleges and Universities

(Grigsby and Russell), 7, no. 4, Jan.
Featherston, E. Glenn: Transportation of

Pu-
pils-A Growing Problem, 4-6, no. 4, Jan.
Federal aid : Education, 15, no. 6, Mar. ; preventive

dentistry, 6, no. 8, May.
Federal educational activities, 15, no. 6, Mar.
Federal laws, pupils, 15, no. 6, Mar.
Federal Leadership (Truman), 9, no. 4, Jan.
Federal projects, education, legislation, 15, no. 1,

Oct.
Felix, Robert H.: The Teacher's Role in vental

Health Defense, 1-2, 14, no. 5, Jan.
FFA convention, Kansas City : FSA Administrator

keynote speaker, 6, no. 4, Jan.
5th Freedom, 9, no. 2, Nov.
Film, The School That Learned To Eat, 8, no. 9,

June.
Film news, 14, no. 8. May ; Government, 6. no. 9,

June.
Films, Government. See Government films.
Filmstrips : Atomic energy. 12, 13, no. 6, Mar. [S] :

Government, 15, no. 9. June.
Fine, Ben : Award for outstanding interpretation

of education news, 3, no. 9, June.
Fire drills, school, bulletin. 10, no. 3. Dec.
Fire prevention, schools, 13-15, no. 1, Oct.
Floor plan, Hugh Marson High School, Raleigh,

N. C., 13, no. 8, May.
FM education, 3-4, no. 1, Oct.
FM for Education, publication, 7, no. 3, Dec.
Focus on American Education, 7, no. 9, June.
For Further Study, 12, no. 6. Mar. (S).

For the Future Security ..." (Hines), 10-
11, 14-15, no. 4, Jan.
Foster, Emery M. and Blose, David T. : Children

Not in School, 3, no. 5, Feb.
14 Questions on Elementary School Organization.

pamphlet, 2, no. 4, Jan.
Franklin, Benjamin : Rapid progress of science, 3,

No. 6, Mar. (S).
Frazier, Benjamin W.: Obituary, 2, no. 3, Dec.
French Canadian-United States Teacher Exchange,

16 no 3, Dec.
Froelich, Clifford P.: If Teachers Have Security

They Accept In-Service Education, 14-15, no. 5,

Feb.
Fuller, Edgar: Principles of American freedom, 11,

no. 3, Dec. : resignation, 14, no. 3, Dec.
Fulton County, Ga. : Education by radio, 6-7, no.

2. Nov.
Funds, educational, quiz, 11, page 3 of cover, no.

7, Apr.
Futterer, Susan 0. : New Books and Pamphlets, 16,

no. 5, Feb. ; 16, no. 6, Mar.; 16, no. 7. Apr.;

16, no. 8, May : 16, no. 9, June.
Future Farmers of America. See FFA.

M

on

I

If Teachers Hare Security. They Accept In-Service

Education (Froelich), 11-15, no. 5, Feb.
Illiteracy, adult Negroes, 4-5, no. 2, Nov.
In new positions, 14, no. 3, Dec.
In Recent Issues of SCHOOL LIFE, page 4 of cover,

no. 6, Mar.
Indian education, legislation, 15, no. 1, Oct.
Industrial arts, enriches pupil experiences, 12 13,

no. 8, May.
In-service education, 14-15, no. 5, Feb.
Inter-American education, publications, page 4 of

cover, no. 7. Apr.
Interdepartmental unit approval, atomic energy,

8-9, no. 6. Mar. (S).
International Conference on the Crippled, 14, no.

2. Nov.
International education, legislation, 5, no. 1, Oct.
Is It True? 4, no. 6. Mar.
Is My School Meeting the Challenge? 2, no. 6, Mar.

[S].
Is She a Teacher? 3, no. 5, Feb.

McClure, Dorothy, and Johnson, Philip G. : Where

the School Takes Hold, 7, 9, 13, no. 6, Mar. (S).
McGrath, Earl James : líth Commissioner of Edu-

cation, 1-3. 14, no. 8, May; Named U, S. Com-

missioner of Education, 1, no. 6, Mar.
McMahon, Brien : Domestic control of the atom

bomb, 11, no. 6, Mar.
McMurray, Ruth E., and Jones, Galen: World-

Wide Interest in American Education, 15, no. 2,

Nov.
Mackie, Romaine P.: Crippled Children in School,

14, no. 2, Nov.: and others. Planning Educa-
tional Facilities for Children in Hospitals, 13, no.

7. Apr.
Maine Teachers' Association, accomplishment, 8-5,

no. 9, June.
Make and Show, atomic energy, 6, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Marke, David Taylor : Winner of wire service ar-

ticle award, 3 no. 9. June.
Martens, Elise H., and others: Planning Educa-

tional Facilities for Children in Hospitals, 13, no.

7, Apr.
Maxwell, C. H., and others: Planning Educational

Facilities for Children in Hospitals, 13, no. 7,

Apr.
Measuring the results, 2, no. 6, Mar. [S].
Mental health defense, teacher's role, 1-3, 14, no.

4, Jan.
Midwood High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., a visit, 1-3,

no. 2, Nov.
Military education, legislation, 5, no. 1, Oct.
Miller. Leonard M.: Minimum Training Standards

for Counselors, 15, no. 8, May.
Million teachers needed, 2, no. 3. Dec.
The Minds of von (Burnett, Crary, and Evans),

11--13, no. 6, Mar.
Minimum Training Standards for Counselors

(Miller), 15, no. 8, May.
Modern education and adequate housing, 1-2, 11,

no. 5, Feb.
Monroe, Charles S.: Winner of radio interpreta-

tion award, 3, no. 9, June.
Moore, Eoline Wallace : Ways To Teach Peace,

15, no. 4, Jan.
Morgan, George, Jr.: Democracy, 12, 16, no. 7. Apr.
Morris, William H. : How Not To Make Headlines,

13-15, no. 1, Oct.; Year's Focus on American
Education, 7, no. 9, June: and Johnson, Philip

G.: The Heart of Mutter, 5-7, no. 6, Mar.
Motion pictures, Government, 8-9, no. 7. Apr.
Mount Baker High School, Deming, Wash., exhibit

on atomic energy, 6, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Mumford, Lewis : Social consequences of technical

programs, 12. no. 6, Mar.

G

J

Gaumnitz, Walter H., and Tompkins, Ellsworth :

A Look at the Size of Our High Schools, 4-6, no.

9, June.
Geiger Counter, exhibit. 6, no. 6, June.
Geiger-Müller Counter, 7, no. 6, Mar.
Germany : Exhibits, American education, 4, 11, no.

7, Apr.
"The Gift of Freedom," publication, 11, no. 9, June.
Glasheen, George L.: Chain Reaction in Educa-

tion, 10-11, no. 9, June; and Lund, John : How

the School Reaches Out, 11, no. 6, Mar [S].
Goals for 40,000 librarians, 5, no. 5. Feb.
Good teachers, 12-13, no. 3, Dec.
Goslin, Willard E.: A Task for Administrators, 1.

no. 6. Mar. [S).
Government film news. 14, no. 8, May.
Government tilms. 16. no. 2, Nov. ; 8 9, no. 7, Apr.
Government film strips, 15, no. 9, June.
Government publications, page 4 of cover, no. 1,

Oct.; no. 2, Nov.: no. 3, Dec.: page 3 of cover,
no. 4, Jan. ; no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6, Mar. ; no. 7, Apr.;

no. 8, May: no 9, June.
Great Britain's Teacher Recruitment Plan, 15, no.

J. Feb.
Greenleaf. Walter J.: Counseling About Occupa-

tions, 5, 14, no. 7, Apr.
Grigsby, Rall I. : Appointed Deputy Commissioner,

19, no. 9, June; Citizens Federal Committee on
Education. 14, no. 4, Jan.; designated Acting
Commissioner, 6. no. 1, Oct.; Education and
Medicine Working Together on Mental Health,
1-3, 14, no. 4, Jan. ; fall enrollment, colleges
and universities, 7, no. 4, Jan, ; The Road Ahead,
page 2 of cover, no. 6, Mar. [S], welcomes new

commissioner, 3, no. 8. May.
Growth record, 3, no. 4, Jan.
Guide for Teaching About UN, 13, no. 8, May.

Japan: Exhibit, American education, 4, 11, no. 7,

Apr.
Japanese : Translation of Office of Education pub-

lication, .), no. 5. Feb.
John W. Studebaker Resigns as Commissioner of

Education, 6, no. 1. Oct.
Johnson, Kerrow: Democracy, 2-3, 12, no. 7, Apr.
Johnson. Philip G., and Morris, William H.: The

Ileart of Matter, 5-7, no. 6, Mar.
Jones, Galen, and McMurry, Ruth E. : World-wide

Interest in American Education, 15, no. 2, Nov.
Just Off the Press, page 3 of cover, no. 9, June.

N

K

H

Karell, Docia : Winner of newspaper writing award,

3, no. 9, June.
Keene Teachers College, Keene. N. H.: Atomic

Energy Workship, 10, no. 9, June.
Kempfer, Homer : Educating Our Young Adults

After School and College, 2-3, 14, no. 6. Mar.
Keesecker, Ward W.: Acts of the Eightieth ('on-

gress Relating to Education, 5, 15, no. 1, Oct. ;
Education for Freedom, 11-12. no. 3, Dec. : Re-
cent Supreme Court Decisions Relating to Educa-

tion, 6, no. 2, Nov. ; 4-5, 6-7. no. 5, Feb.
Kilander. II. F: Trends in Health Education in

Secondary Schools. 6-7. 14-15, no. 7, Apr.
Kindergartens, enrollment, page 3 of cover, no. 1,

Oct. :3, no. 5. Feb.
Klinefelter. C. F.: Reassignment, 5, no. 3. Dec.
Korea : Exhibit, American education, 4, 11, no. 7,

Apr.
Kuralt, Charles : Democracy, 12, no. 7, Apr.

National Archives: Facsimiles of historic docu-

ments, 7, no, 3. Dec.
National Council of Chief State School Officers,

topics discussed, 15, no. 6, Mar.
National Education Association : Million Teachers

Needed. 2, no. 3, Dec.
National educational problems considered, 15. no.

6. Mar.
National School Lunch Program, funds apportioned,

12. no. 1, Oct.
National Security Organization, 10-11, 14-15, no.

4, Jan.
National Work Conference on Elementary Educa-

tion, Washington, D. C., 7, no. 1, Oct.
Nation's schools to observe American Education

Week and United Nations Day, 8-9, no. 1, Oct.
Navy Occupational Handbook, 6, no. 3, Dec.
Negroes, adult education, 45, no. 2, Nov.
New Books and Pamphlets, 16, no. 1, Oct.; 12, no.

2, Nov.; 16, no. 3. Deci 16, no. 4, Jan. ; (Fut.
terer), 16, no. 5, Feb. ; 16, no. 6, Mar. ; 16, no. 7,
Apr. i 16. no. 8. May : 16, no. 9, Junie; atomic

energy. 12, no. 6, Mar. (S).
New College Radio Directory, 11, no. 8, May.

Hamon, Ray: School and College Building Crisis,

12, 16, no. 1, Oct.
Harris, William T. : Work as commissioner, 3, no. 8,

May.

INDEX

-11

New Commissioner of Education Named, 1, no. 6,

Mar. New Facts--New Choices (Lilienthal), 4, no. 6,

Mar. (S) New York City Board of Education, 10, no. 9, June. New York City's Golden Jubilee Exposition, ex

hibits of atomic energy, 6, no. 6, Mar. [S]. New York University, Washington Square Campus :

Workshop on Atomic Energy and Its Social Implications, 10, no. 9, June. The New Yorker, cartoons, 13, no. 3. Dec. News letters, Office of Education, page 3 of cover,

no. 2, Nov. Newspapers and radio suggestions, teacher appre

ciation, 12. no. 3, Dec. Nielson, Edwin Otis : Drawings for Maine brochure,

8-9, no. 9, June.
North Carolina : Pupil transportation, 6, no.

Jan.
Nuclear reactor, 7, no. 6, Mar.

10. 10.1 10.6

Recent Theses in Education, 16, no. 2, Nov. ; 14,

16, no. 3, Dec. ; (Strawbridge), 16, no. 5, Feb. Recordings. 1949 winning presentations, Voice of

Democracy, 3, no. 7, Apr. Records and transcriptions, atomic energy, 13 no.

6, Mar. (S). Recruitment plan, teacher, 15, no. 5, Feb. Rehabilitation of crippled, 14, no. 2, Nov. Reid, Seerley : How To Obtain U. S. Government

Filmstrips, 15, no. 9, June : How To Obtain U. S. Government Motion Pictures, 8-9, no. 7, Apr. ;

U. S. Government Film News, 14, no. 8, May. Reorganization, Office of Education, 15, no. 6, Mar. Research, legislation, 5, no. 1, Oct. Research Aids the School Lunch (Clark), 10, no. 6,

Mar. Research measured, 2, no. 6, Mar. (S). Responsibilities of education, 1, 2, no. 6, Mar. (S). Rhode Island College of Education, in-service train

ing course, atomie energy, 10, no. 9, June. Rhode Island State Department of Education, study,

12, no. 8, May. Rich, Doris : Atomic age, 11, no. 6, Mar. (S). The Road Ahead (Grigsby), page 2 of cover, no.

6, Mar. [S]. Rogers, James Frederick : Honored, 10, no. 3, Dec. Rollings College : Confers degree on President Tru

man, 1, no. 7, Apr. Roosevelt, Jr8. Franklin D.: Bill of Human Rights,

8, no. 6. Mar. Russell, John Dale: Fall enrollment, colleges and

universities, 7, no. 4, Jan.

Steelman, John R.: To Preserve Democracy We

Must Improve It, 12-14, no. 5, Feb. Strawbridge, Ruth G.: Recent Theses in Educa

tion, 16, no. 5, Feb. ; Selected Theses, 16, no. 7, Apr.; 16, no. 8. May ; Selected Theses in Erlucation, 16, no. 6, Mar.; Theses in Education, 14, no.

9, June. Strengthen Education To Strengthen Democracy

in a Divided World (Conant), 12-13, no. 4, Jan. Studebaker, John W.: American Democracy, 10, no.

3, Dec. ; reorganization, Office of Education, 6,

no. 1, Oct. ; work as commissioner, 3, no. 8, May. Studebaker, Mabel : The Teacher and the Atom, 1,

no. 6, Mar. [S). Student self-government, Midwood High School,

1-3, no. 2, Nov. Student status, affected by Selective Service Act of

1948, no. 4, no. 1, Oct. Subject-unit approach to atomic energy, 7, no. 6,

Mar. (S). Suggestions on “Teaching" Democracy (Hutchin

son), 8-10, no. 8, May. Super-cyclotron, Berkeley, Calif., 14, no. 6, Mar. Supplement to March_issue of SCHOOL LIFE, 11, no.

4, Jan. ; 15, no. 5. Feb. Supreme Court Decisions Affecting Education (Kee.

secker), 6, no. 2, Nov.; 4-5, 6-7, no. 5, Feb. ;

7, no. 9, June. Surplus Property for Education, legislation, 15, no.

1, Oct. Surplus Property Utilization, 3, 7, no. 3, Dec.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small]

T

S

no.

[ocr errors]

Occupational counseling, 5, 14, no. 7, Apr. Occupational Handbook, U. S. Navy. 6, no. 3. Dec, Office of Education : Aids for Atomic Energy Edu

cation, page 4 of cover, no. 9, June; appointments, 10, no. 2, Nov. ; 14, no. 3, Dec. ; 11, no. 9, June : campaign for better schools, 8-9, no. 2, Nov.; Classroom Growth Record, 3, no. 4, Jan. ; exchange positions, 5, no. 3, Dec. ; former sta fr member honored, 10, no. 3, Dec. ; information on mental health, 1-3, 14, no. 4, Jan.; loan packets, 7, no. 8, May: new commissioner named, 1, no. 6, Mar. ; Project for Adult Education of Ne. groes, 4-5, no. 2, Nov.; publications, pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 1, Oct.: 7. pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 2. Nov, ; 10-12, pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 3, Dec. ; 2, 5, pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 4, Jan. ; 5, pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 5, Feb.: page 3 of cover, no. 6, Mar.; pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 7, Apr.; pages 3 and 4 of cover, no. 8, May : 12-14, page 3 of cover, no. 9, June ; Rall I. Grigsby Appointed Deputy Commissioner, 1, no. 9, June ; reassignments, 5, no. 3. Dec. ; reorganization, 15, no. 6, Mar.; Surplus Property Utilization, 3, 7,

no. 3, Dec. Office of Government Reports, campaign for better

schools, 8-9, no. 2, Nov. Orientation and common understanding, industrial

arts, 12, no. 8, May. Orientation for school staff, atomic energy, 9, 13,

no. 6, Mar. [S].

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

P

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

A Task for Administrators (Goslin), 1. 6.

Mar. (S). The Teacher and the Atom (Studebaker), 1 no. 6,

Mar. [S). Teacher exchange : British-American, 7, no. 1, Oct.;

Canadian-French-United States, 16, no. 3. Dec. Teacher-exchange program, 13, no. 2, Nov. Teacher preparation for health instruction, 7, 14

15, no. 7, Apr. Teacher recruitment, 1-2, 4, no. 1, Oct.; Great

Britain, 15, no. 5, Feb. Teacher-training program, atomic energy, 10-11,

no. 9, June. Teachers : Appreciation. 12–13, no. 3, Dec. ; secu

rity, 14-15, no. 5, Feb. Teachers Association, accomplishments, 8 9, no. 9,

June. Teacher's Day, how long, 15, no. 7. Apr. The Teacher's Role in Mental Il ealth Defense

(Felix), 1-3, 14, no. 4, Jan. Teaching, strengthened, 13, no. 2, Nov. Teaching Democracy, suggestions, 8-10, no. 8, May. Teaching facilities, school plant, 11, no. 5, Feb. Teaching guide, UN, 13, no. 8, May. Technical competency, industrial arts, 12 13, no.

8, May. Technical progress, social consequences, 12, no. 6,

Mar. Techniques used in teaching world peace, 15, no. 4,

Jan. Teeth, school children, 4-6, no. 8, May. 10-point Goal To Strengthen Teaching, 13, no. 2,

Nov. Theses in Education (Strawbridge), 14, no. 9, June.

See also Recent Theses in Education ; Selected

Theses in Education. Three Ways To Order Government Publications,

page 3 of cover, no. 1, Oct. Tigert, John J.; Work as commissioner, 3, no. 8,

May. Το

Preserve Democracy We Must Improve It (Steelman). 12-14, no. 5, Feb. Tompkins, Ellsworth: True-False Quiz on Class

Size, 10, 12, no. 2, Nov. ; A Visit to Midwood, 1-3, no. 2, Nov.; and Gaumnitz, Walter II. : A Look at the Size of Our High Schools, 4-6, no. 9,

June. Trabue, M. R.: Teacher recruitment, posters vs.

pamphlets. 2, no. 1, Oct. Training standards for counselors, 15, no. 8, May, Transportation of Pupils--A Growing Problem

(Featherston), 4-6, no. 4, Jan. Trends in Health Education in Secondary Schools

(Kilander), 6-7, 14-15, no. 7, Apr. True-False Quiz on Class Size, 10, 12, no. 2. Nov. Truman, Harry S. : Education Is Our First Line of

Defense, 1 no. 7. Apr.; excerpt from letter commending Commissioner Studebaker, 6, no. 1, Oct. ; greets winners of Voice of Democracy contest, 2-3, 12, 16, no. 7, Apr, ; on education, 89, no.

4, Jan. Tucson, Ariz. ; Teacher recruitment, 2, no. 1, Oct.

Peace, ways to teach, 15, no. 4, Jan.
Pearl Buck, See Buck, Pearl.
Personal recruiting of teachers, 2, no. 1, Oct.
Pi Lambda Theta Awards, page 3 of cover, no. 6,

Mar.
Planning Educational Facilities for Children in

Hospitals (Mackie, Martens, and Maxwell), 13, no. 7, Apr. Plans for Developing a School Building Program,

3, 10, no. 2, Nov. Portuguese : Translation of Office of Education

publication, 5, no. 5, Feb. Posters vs. pamphlets, teacher recruitment, 2, no.

1, Oct. President Truman on Education, 8-9, no. 4, Jan. Price list on education. 15, no. 8. May. Project for Adult Education of Negroes (Calirer).

4-5, no. 2, Nov. Public Health Service: Information on Mental

Health, 1-3, 14, no. 4, Jan. Public Welfare, Hoover Commisison Report, page

4 of cover, no. 9, June. Publications. See Educational Aids From Your

Government; Office of Erlucation, publications, Publishers Support Campaign for Better Schools,

8-9, no. 2, Nov. Pupil experiences enriched through industrial arts,

12-13, no. 8, May. Pupil transportation- -a growing problem, 46, no.

4, Jan. Pupils on Federal lands, 15, no. 6, Mar,

[ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

Q

cal

Q's and A's. 10-11, no. 1, Oct.
Quiz, SCHOOL LIFE, 11, page 3 of cover, no. 7, Apr.
Quiz on class size, 10, 12, no. 2, Nor.

R

U

[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

Radio and television directory, college, 11. no. 8,

May. Radio Equipment Guide now available, 6-7, no. 3,

Dec. Radio in education, 3-4, no. 1, Oct. ; Atlanta, 6-7 ;

no. 2, Nov. Radio program, Voice of Democracy. 2. 3, 12, 16,

no. 7, Apr Radio suggestions, teacher appreciation, 12, no. 3,

Dec. Radioactive fertilizer, 6, no. 6, Mar. Radioisotopes, measurement, 7. 6, Mar. Rall 1. Grigsby : Appointed Deputy Commissioner,

1. no. 9, June : designated Acting Commissioner,

6, no. 1, Oct. Rapid Progress of Science (Franklin), 3, no. 6,

Mar. (S). Re ding list, atomic energy. 12, no. 6, Mar. (S). Realing program, vitalization, 4, no. 1, Oct. Recet Supreme Court Decisions Relating to Edu

Salaries, school librarians, 5. no. 2, Nov.
Salisbury, Morse : The Atomic Energy Program of

the People of the United States, 5, 13, no. 6,

Mar. (S).
Schenectady Civic Youth Council, 3, no. 6, Mar.
Scholarship aid, 13, no. 5, Feb.
Scholarships, teacher recruitment, 2, no. 1, Oct.
School Activities Approach, atomic energy, 9, no. 6,

Mar. (S).
School and College Building Crisis (Hamon), 12,

16, no. 1, Oct.
School Building Needs (Truman), 9, no. 4, Jan.
School building programs, workshop, Seattle, Wash.,

3, 10, no. 2, Nov.
School fire drills, 13-15, no. 1, Oct. ; publication,

10, no. 3. Dec.
School health program, 15, no. 7, Apr.
School-Home Relationships, 7, no. 9, June.
School librarians, salaries, 5, no. 2. Nov.
School library statistics, 7, no. 2, Nov.
SCHOOL LIFE: Dividend, 11, no. 4, Jan. ; quiz, 11,

page 3 of cover. no. 7, Apr. ; reprint, Atomic
Eiergy Here To Stay, 11, no. 8. May; A scool
year gift, page 3 of cover, no. 2, Nov. ; supple-

ment to March issue, 15, no. 5, Feb.
School lunches : Funds appropriated, 17, no. 1,

Oct. ; research aids, 10, no. 6. Mar.
School plant. 1-2, 11. no. 5. Feb.
The School That Learned To Eat, film, 3, no. 9,

June.
Science program and atomic energy, 7-8, no. 6,

Mar. [S).
Scientific research and development, 13-14, no. 5,

Feb.
Seattle, Wash.: School Building program, work-

shop, 3, 10, no. 2, Nov.
Second Annual Contest “Voice of Democracy," 11,

no. 1, Oct. Secondary schools : Enrollment, page 3 of cover,

no. 1, Oct.: health education. 6-7, 14-15, no. 7,

Apr. ; teachers needed. 2, no. 3, Dec.
Security organization, 10-11, 14-15, no. 4, Jan.
Selected Publications of the Office of Education,

12-14, no. 9, June.
Selected Theses in Education, 16, no. 4, Jan. ;

(Strawbridge), 16, no. 6, Mar.; 16, no. 7, Apr.;

16, no. 8, May. Selective Service Act of 1948: Effect on status of

students, 4, no. 1, Oct. Self-government. student, 1-3, no. 2, Nov. Sill. V. R.: Sodium Fluoride Goes to School, 4-6,

no. 8. May. Simmons, Christine K.: Attracting New Teachers,

1-2, 4, no. 1, Oct. Size of our high schools, 4-6, no. 9, June. Smith, G. Kerry: Appreciating Good Teachers,

12-13, no. 3, Dec.
Smith, Mary : On cover of October 1948 SCHOOL

LIFE, 3, no. 5, Feb.
Social responsibility, industrial arts. 13, no. 8, May.
Social science research, 13, no. 6, Mar.
Social Security and Education, Hoover ('ommission

Report, page 4 of cover, no. 9, June.
Social studies aspects, atomic energy, 10. no. 9,

June.
Social studies programs, atomic energy, 8, no. 6.

Mar. (S)
Sodium Fluoride Goes to School (Sill), 4 6, no. 8,

May.
Soglow, 0.: Cartoons from The New Yorker, 13, no.

3, Dec.
Sound film, atomic energy. 12, no. 6, Mar. (S).
Special-Purpose Publications, page 3 of cover, no.

2. Nov. State Department studies made with Office of Edu

cation aid, 12, no. 8, May. State requirements in “Education for Freedom."

11-12, no. 3. Dee.
State Schoolrooms Consider National Educational

Problems, 14, no. 6, Mar.
Statistical reporting, higher education institutions,

conference, 16, no. 1, Oct.

caton (Keesecker), 6, no. 2, Nov.

UN: Filmstrip on atomic energy. 12, no. 6, Mar.;

teaching guide, 13, no. 8. May. UNESCO: Project for Adult Education of Negroes,

4-5, no. 2, Nov. United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human

Rights, 8-10, no. 6, Mar. United Nations Day, Oct. 24, 9, no. 1, Oct. United States Educational Developments Reported

at Geneva Conference, 10. no. 1. Oct. United States-French-Canadian teacher exchange,

16, no. 3, Dec. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UX, 8-10,

no. 6. Mar. University of Illinois School of Education : Work

shop on Atomic Energy and World Unity, 10, no.

9, June. University of Nebraska Workshop Atomic

Energy Education, 10, no. 9, June.

t.

jc

on

« ÎnapoiContinuați »