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INDEX, SCHOOL LIFE, VOLUME XXXVI

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October 1953 to June 1954

А Adams, Arthur: State Activity in Teacher Recruit

ment, 2, no. 1, Oct. Administration, State school: Desirable practices,

14, no. 1, Oct. Administration of Public Laws 874 and 815, 61,

no. 4, Jan, Advertising Council, Better Schools Campaign, 24

25, no. 2, Nov. Advisory Committee on Education, functions, 137–8,

no. 9, June. Agriculture, Department, publications, p. 3 of cover,

no. 1, Oct. ; no. 2, Nov., no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6, Mar.;

no. 7. Apr. ; no. 8, May ; no. 9, June. America-Alert (Roblee) : 37, no. 3, Dec. American Education Week, celebration, p. 2 of

cover, no. 2, Nov. American University, Incorporating Act amended,

30, no. 2, Nov. America's Great Voice, (Keesecker): 43, no. 3, Dec. "And Now Miguel" (Krumgold) : 141, no. 9, June. Armed Forces : obligation to serve in, 131, no. 9,

June ; qualification test, rejection rates, 143, no.

9, June. Armstrong, W. Earl : Granted leave of absence 95.

no. 6, Mar. Assistance, Federal: Sce School assistance Athletics, education in : p. 2 of cover, 144, no. 9,

June. Atom for Progress and Peace, The (Eisenhower) :

104-7, 111, no. 7, Apr. Atomic Energy Commission, publications : p. S of

corer, no. 2, Nov.: no. 7, Apr. Audio-visual aids. See Films; Radio ; Television.

Cave, Edna K.; Educational Aids From Your Gov.

ernment, p. 3 of cover, no. 1, Oct. ; no. 2, Nov. ; no. 3, Dec. ; no. 4, Jan. ; no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6, Mar. ; no. 7, Apr.; no. 8, May; no. 9, June. Children on Double Shifts A State Studies the

Problems (Gabbard) : 19, 27, no. 2, Nov. Citizen polls : many communities use to help im

prove their schools, 40–41, no. 3, Dec. Civil Defense, Federal Administration : publica

tions, p. 3 of cover, no. 5, Feb. ; programs, 37,

46, no. 3, Dec. Class Size A Look Ahead (Jessen): p. 2 of cover,

no. 1, Oct. Class Size in High School English, (Jewett): 38–

39, 46, no. 3, Dec. Classroom unit, median amounts of expenditure

per, 1949-50 : 86, no. 6, Mar. Classrooms, designing elementary, 22-23, 30, no.

2, Nov. College, should I go to? p. 2 of cover, no. 7, Apr. Common Core of State Educational Information,

The : p. 4 of cover, 15, no. 1, Oct.; no. 3, Dec. ;

84, no. 6, Mar. ; 141, no. 9, June. Commerce Department, publications, p. 3 of cover,

no. 6, Mar.; no. 8, May; no. 9, June. Communities Survey Their Schools (Miller) : 41,

no. 3, Dec. Community experiences, home, school, and in the

homemaking program, 70, no. 5, Feb. *Conelrad"-America Alert! 37, 46, no. 3, Dec. Congress, education and the eighty-third : first ses

sion résumé, 29-30, no. 2, Nov. Construction, public school, 121, no. 8, May; cost,

34, 44, 46–47, no. 3, Dec. Continuing Priority (Hobby): p. 2 of cover, no. 5,

Feb. Cooperative Effort To Improve the Nation's School

Statistics, 141, no. 9, June. Cooperative Research Projects, to study educational

problems, 138, no. 9, June. Coordinating and Improving Instructional Services

in Growing School Districts (Fitzwater): 139

40, no. 9, June. ('ore curriculum : development, problems and prac

tices, 7, no. 1, Oct. ; international, 36, 45, no. 3, Dec.; offerings for teachers, 6-7, no. 1, Oct. ; public high schools, 7, no. 1, Oct. ; supplementary

references, 7, no. 1, Oct. Coulter, John Wesley : Geography in Secondary

Schools, 119, 127-128, no. 8. May. Curriculum: Elementary schools: Science, 42-43,

47, no. 3, Dec. ; writing, 70, no. 5, Feb.; Sec. ondary schools: Geography, 119, 127-128, no. 8, May; mathematics, 70, no. 5, Feb.; teaching taxes, 50–51, no. 4, Jan, ; Turkish schools, 132

133, no. 9., June. Cyprus, Joel H. : "I Speak for Democracy" 81, 93, no. 6, Mar.

D

B Baber, Eric R.; Rich Township High School, 41,

no. 3, Dec. Ballard, J. F. and Foster, R. M.: The Navy's

Literary Training Program, 31, no. 2, Nov. Bateman, Kenneth A.: Director, German Teacher

Education Program, 28, 30, no. 2, Nov. Beach, Fred B. : Source of Strength for State School

Systems, 14–15, no. 1, Oct. Begin With the 'People, Many Communities Use

Citizen Pools To Help Improve Their Schools ;

40–41, no. 3, Dec. Bemelmans, Ludwig : Caldecott Medal ("Madeline's

Rescue"), 141, no. 9, June. Better Education for All Our Children (Reed):

Part I, 67–68, no. 5, Feb; Part II, 102–3, 112,

no. 7, Apr. Better Schools Campaign, 24-25, no. 2, Nov. Beust, Nora E.: How States Collect Public School

Library Statistics, 124, no. 8, May. Books That Need No Dusting (Goetz): 122–123,

no. 8, May. Blackwood, Paul E. and Blough, Glenn 0.: Progress

Report of Elementary-School Science, 42-43, 47, no. 3 ; Dec. ; Thousands of Migrant Children Not

in School, 35, 44-45, no. 3, Dec. Blough, Glenn O. and Blackwood, Paul E. : Progress

Report of Elementary-School Science, 42 47,

no. S, Dec. Britton, E. R.: Making the Community Self-Study

Survey, 41, no. 3, Dec. Brown, Kenneth E.: Mathematics i Key to Man

power, 26–27, no. 2, Nov. ; Mathematics in Public

High Schools, 70, no. 5, Feb. Brown, Muriel w.! With 'Focus on F..mily Living,

12, no. 1, Oct. Brownell, Samuel Miller : Biographical sketch 17

18, no. 2, Nov. ; Delinquency--Important Problem in Education, 52-53, 64, no. 4, Jan. ; First Statement of, as Ú. S. Commissioner of Education, 33, no. 3, Dec. ; Research in the Office of Education, 84, no. 6, Mar.; School Buildings Should Bé Safe, p. 2 of cover, no. 8; May ; Should I Go To College ? p. 2 of cover, no. 7, Apr.; The Words

of Two Americans, 92, no. 6, Mar. Budget (Federal) in brief, p. 4 of cover, no. 7, Apr. Buses, school : minimum standards for, 15, no. 1,

Oct. Businessman Looks at the Teacher Shortage, A, (Spencer) : 99-100, 110–11, no. 7, Apr.

С Caldecott-Newbery Awards : winners of, 141, no. 9,

June. Caldwell, Oliver J.: An International Core-A

Challenge to Education, 36, 45, no. 3, Dec. ; The

New Frontiers, 129-30, no. 9, June. Caliver, Ambrose and others, Education of Negroes :

Factors Relating to Quality, 134-35, 143, no. 9, June : Progress and Present Status in the Segregated Pattern, 87, 93-95, no. 6, Mar. ; Segregation Issue Before Supreme Court, 74–76, 78, no. 5, Feb.; Successful Transition from Segregated to Unsegregated Schools, 101, 111, no. 7,

Education: An international core, a challenge, 36,

45, no. 3, Dec. ; and general research, 65–66, no. 5, Feb.; for our children, 67-68, no. 5, Feb., part II-102-3, 112, no. 7, Apr.; delinquency, an important problem in, 52–53, 64, no. 4, Jan. ; expenditures at the midcentury, 84, 86, 95, no. 6, Mar.; first statement of S. M. Brownell, 33 ; no. 3, Dec. ; inadequate, functional illiteracy, 121, 126, no. 8, May ; international, 61, no. 4, Jan., international service, 58, no. 4, Jan. ; international teacher program, 20-21, no. 2, Nov.; new Commissioner of, 17-18, no. 2, Nov.: over. crowded schools, 19, 27, no. 2, Nov.; pressing problems, graphic presentation, 120-1, 126-7, no. 8, May; promotion of, 65–66, no. 5, Feb.; public, Geneva Report of progress, 3-4, 12–13, no. 1, Oct.; selected theses on, 16, no. 1, Oct. ; State Department, guiding principles, 15, no. 1, Oct. ; State statutory improvements, 60, no. 4, Jan. ; statistical summary, 12, no. 1, Oct. ; steps to meet pressing problems, a graphic presentation, 136-138, no. 9, June; selected highlights,

1953, 59-61, no. 4, Jan. Education of Negroes : Progress and Present Status in the Segregated

Pattern (Caliver and Foster), 87, 93-95, no.

6, Mar. Segregation Issue Before the Supreme Court,

(Culiver), 74-76, 78, no. 5, Feb. Some Factors Relating to its Quality, (Caliver

and Douglass), 134-135, 143, no. 9, June. Successful Transition From Segregated to Un

segregated Schools (Caliver and Wilkins), 101,

111-112, no. 7, Apr. Education for American Citizenship, p. 2 of cover,

no. 6, Mar. Educational Aids From Your Government (Cave): p. 3 of cover, no. 1,

Oct.; no. 2, Nov.; no. 3, Dec. ; 110. 4, Jan. ; no. 5, Feb. ; no. 6, Mar.; no. 7, Apr. ;

no. 8, May; no. 9, June. Educational Change in Reorganized School Dis

tricts (Fitzwater): p. 3 and 4 of cover, no. 2,

Nov. Educational Efforts and Educational Needs (Lipp

mann): 97-98, 109-110, no. 7, Apr. Educational Partners, Turkey and America (Tomp

kins) : 79-80, no. 5, Feb. Eisenhower, Dwight D. : The Atom for Progress and

Peace, 104-107, 111, no. 7, Apr. ; The Federal Budget in Brief, p. 4 of cover, no. 7, Apr. ; "the homes of free, inquiring minds," p. 2 of cover, no. 2, Nov.; on Education, 49-50, no. 4, Jan. ; on methods of international understanding, 11, no.

1, Oct. Elementary schools : Classrooms, designing, 22-23,

30, no. 2, Nov.: 42-43, 47, no. 3, Dec.; children

on double shifts, 19, 27, no. 2, Nov. English, class size in high school : 38–39, 46, no. 3,

Dec. Enrollment: Public school, increase, 120, no. 8,

May. Evans, Elizabeth E. : "I Speak for Democracy,"

81-82, no. 6, Mar. Evolution of Foreign Policy (Dulles) p. 4 of cover,

no. 7, Apr Exceptional children, State standards for teaching

of : 8-10, no. 1, Oct. See also Delinquent ; phys

ically handicapped; visually handicapped. Exchange teacher, in the words of an : 123, no. 8,

May. Exchange teaching : abroad-under Public Law 584,

79th Congress, The Fulbright Act, p. 3 of cover,

no. 1, Oct.; areas of opportunities, 11, no. 1, Oct. Expenditures for Education at the Mid-century ; 84,

86, 95, p. 4 of cover, no. 6, Mar. Extending Special Education Through State Legislation (Hill): p. 3 of cover, no. 1, Oct.

F Family living, focus on, 12, no. 1, Oct. Featherson, E. Glenn : Safety in Pupil Transporta

tion, 71, 80, no. 5, Feb. Federal assistance to schools. See School assist

ance. Federal Budget in Brief (Eisenhower), p. 4 of

cover, no. 7, Apr. Federally affected areas. See School assistance. Fellowship Program for High-School Teachers, 63

64, no. 4, Jan. Films : For educational purposes, postal rates, 30,

no. 2, Nov.: U. S. Government, how to obtain,

88-89, no. 6, Mar. First Statement of Samuel Miller Brownell as

U. S. Commissioner of Education, 33, no. 3, Dec. Fitzwater, C. 0. : Coordinating and Improving In

structional Services in Growing School Districts,

139-140, no. 9, June. Flynt, Ralph C. M.: Headed delegation to Copen

hagen, Denmark, 58, no. 4, Jan. For Better Schools in our Nation-Much Has Been

Done-The Job Ahead Is One for All of Us, 24

Dedication of Rich Township High School (Hobby) :

56-58, no. 4, Jan. Defense Department, publications, p. 3 of cover,

no. 2, Nov.: no. 3, Dec. : no. 4, Jan.; no. 5, Feb. ;

no. 6, Mar. ; no. 7, Apr. ; no. 9, June. Delaware, status of special education, 125, no. 8,

May. Delinquency--An Important Problem in Education

(Brownell) : 52-53, 64, no. 4, Jan. Delinquents Not in School, 1952 (chart) : 53, no.

4, Jan. Democracy, I speak for, 1953–54 Voice of Democ

racy Contest, 81-82, no. 6, Mar. Designing Elementary Classrooms, 22-23, 30, no. 2,

Nov. Developments in Teaching Foreign Languages

(Johnston), 115-16, no. 8, May. District of Columbia, segregation in schools, 118,

126, no. 8, May. Do School Surveys Produce Results? (Harap), 41,

no. 3, Dec. Douglass, Joseph II. and others: Education of Ne

groes; Some Factors Relating to its Quality,

134-35, 143, no. 9, June. Drop-outs, school : History of one class, 121, 126

27, no. 8, May. Dulles, John Foster : Evolution of Foreign Policy,

p. 4 of cover, no. 7, Apr. Dunham, Franklin : What's Ahead for Educational

Television ? 72-73, no. 5, Feb.

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Education and the Eighty-Third Congress, First

Session (Keesecker), 29–30, no. 2, Nov. Education Directory, 1953–54, p. 4 of cover, no. 8,

May. Education in Athletics (McNeely): p. 2 of cover,

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Hamon, Ray L, and others. The Nation's School

Facilities Survey, 83, no. 6, Mar.; What Does a

School Building Cost?, 34, 44, 46–47, no. 3, Dec.

Health, Education and Welfare : creation of Depart-

ment of, 29, no. 2, Nov. ; 59, no. 4, Jan. ; publica-

tions of Department of, p. 3 of cover, no. 1, Oct. ;

no. 2, Nov. ; no. 3, Dec. ; no. 4, Jan. ; no. 5, Feb. ;

no. 6, Mar. ; no. 7, Apr. ; no. 8, May ; no. 9, June;

V. S. Department of, the common core of state

educational information, 15, no. 1, Oct.

Hershey, Lewis B. : Obligation To Serve in Armed

Forces, 131, no. 9, June.

High school : class size, English, 38–39, 46, no. 3,

Dec. ; teachers, fellowship program, 63-64, no. 4,

Jan. ; trends in reorganization, 77-78, no. 5, Feb.

High Tribute to Teachers (Warren) ; 68, no. 5, Feb.

Highlights, selected, in American education, 1953,

59-61, no. 4, Jan.

Hobby, Öveta Culp: A Continuing Priority, p. 2 of

cover, no. 5, Feb. ; Dedication of Rich Township

High School, 56-58, no. 4, Jan.

Home, School, and Community Experiences in the

Homemaking Program (Kent, Alexander, and

Laxson), 70, no. 5, Feb.

Homemaking education, 70, no. 5, Feb.

"Homes of free, inquiring minds" (Eisenhower) ;

p. 4 of cover, no. 1, Oct.

House of Representatives, publications : p. 3 of

cover, no. 2, Nov.; no. 3. Dec.; no. 7, Apr.; no. 9,

June.

How Children Learn To Write, new publication, 70,

no. 5, Feb.

How States Collect Public School Library Statistics

(Beust) ; 124, no. 8, May.

How To Conduct a School Survey (Morphet) : 41,

no. 3, Dec.

How To Obtain U. S. Government Films, 1954

(Reid): 88–89, no. 6. Mar.

Hunt, Herold C. : Yes--Today's Schools Are Good

Schools, p. 2 of cover, no. 3, Dec.

Safety in Pupil Transportation (Featherston) : 71,

80, no. 5, Feb.

Salaries of teachers, percent average white exceed

Negro: 94, no. 6, Mar.

Savings, U. S. bonds, stamps : student depiction of

value, 5, no. 1, Oct.

Scholarships, exchange teaching: areas of oppor-

tunities, 11, no. 1, Oct.

School assistance, 3, no. 1, Oct. ; 30, no. 2, Nov. ;

54-55, 60–61, no. 4, Jan. ; 65–66, no. 5, Feb.

School building: cost, 108–109, no. 7, Apr. ; 34,

41, 46–47, no. 3, Dec.

School Buildings Should Be Safe (Brownell), p. 2

of cover, no. 8, May.

School districts : Coordinating and improving in-

structional services, 139-140, no. 9, June : re-

organized educational change, p. 3 and 4 of cover,

no. 2, Nov. ; selected characteristics, p. 2 and 4

of cover, no. 2, Nov.

School drop-outs, history of one class : 121, 126-

127, no. 8, May.

School enrollments, item on ; 59–60, no. 4, Jan.

School facilities, the Nation's survey : 83, 84, no.

6, Mar.

School housing: Cost of building, 34, 44, 46-47,

no. 3. Dec.; designing elementary classrooms,

22-23, 30, no. 2, Nov. ; facilities survey, 83, no.

6, Mar.; for physically handicapped children,

10, no. 1, Oct. ; public-school construction, 121,

no. 8, May; stretching the building dollar, 108–

109, no. 7. Apr. See also School assistance.

School plants : guide for planning, 15, no. 1, Oct. ;

size, 83, no. 6, Mar.

School Problems Near Large Federal Installations

(Lilly white): 54-55, 61, no. 4, Jan.

School shortages, 60, no. 4, Jan.

School surveys: How to conduct, 41, no. 3, Dec. ;

produce results? 41, no. 3, Dec.

School systems, inter-state exchange of informa-

tion, 14-15, no. 1, Oct.

National Citizens Commission for the Public

Schools : Efforts for better schools, 24-25, no. 2.

Nov. : How Can Citizens Help Their Schools?,

41, no. 3, Dec.

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, polio

vaccine tests : 69–70, no. 5, Feb.

National Society for the Study of Education : Juve-

nile Delinquency and the Schools, 52, no. 4, Jan.

Nation's School Facilities Survey (Hamon): 83,

no. 6, Mar.
Navy's Literacy Training Program (Foster and

Ballard) : 31-32, no. 2, Nov.

Negroes, education: Progress and present status

in the segregated pattern, 87, 93-95, no. 6, Mar. ;

segregation issue before the Supreme Court, 74-

70, 79, no. 5, Feb. ; some factors relating to its
quality, 134-135, 143, no. 9, June; successful
transition from segregated to unsegregated

schools, 101, 111-112. no. 7. Apr.

New Books and Pamphlet (Futterer): 16, no. 1,

Oct. ; 32, no. 2, Nov. ; 48. no. 3, Dec. ; 64, no. 4,

Jan.; 96, no. 6, Mar. ; 128, no. 8, May ; 144, no. 9,

June.

Newbery-Caldecott Awards, 141, no. 9, June.
New Frontiers (Caldwell); 129-130, no. 9, June.
Now Section for Guidance and Pupil Personnel,

Office of Education, 47-48, no. 3, Dec.

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