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A. L. A. See American Library Association.

AAF Regional Hospital (Santa Ana, Calif.), Purple
Heart High School, 27, no. 10, July.

Abraham, Herbert J.: A World Organization for
Peace, 3-4, no. 9, June.

Acceleration, veterans in high school, Philadelphia,
Pa., 6, no. 2, Nov.

Accredited Secondary Schools in the United States,
publication, U. S. Office of Education, 29, no. 3,

Aderhold, O. C. Use of community in building pro-
gram of education, 11, no. 8, May.
Administration: Georgia State School for the Deaf,
22, no. 7, Apr.; elementary grades, 5, no. 10,
July; per pupil cost, 19, no. 9, June; schools,
theses, 24-25, no. 8, May.
Adult education: Books for the blind, 26-27, no.
10, July; films, 20, no. 8, May; for veterans :
Denver, Colo., 27-28, no. 6, Mar.; teachers pre-
pared to teach, 23-24, no. 2, Nov.; forums on
world cooperation, Indianapolis, Ind., 2, no. 3,
Dec.; immigrant groups, 27, no. 9, June; library
service, British community center, 6, no. 3, Dec.;
secondary education, report, 28, no. 6, Mar.
State legislation, 28, 29, no. 4, Jan.; through
correspondence, 30-31, no. 10, July.

Age entrance, varies in local schools, 20-25, no. 10,

Agriculture: Farm youth of tomorrow, 15-16, no.
1, Oct.; problems, FFA meeting, 18, no. 7, Apr.;
representatives on Federal Committee on Educa-
tion, 1-2, no. 6, Mar.

Aids in teaching, 25-31, no. 7, Apr.
Alabama College conferences for Extended School
Services, 27-28, no. 2, Nov.; Department of Edu-
cation, publication, food for nursery school chil-
dren, 18, no. 2, Nov.; Education Association, su-
pervisors' conference, 23, no. 1, Oct.; State aid
for school plant construction, 23, no. 7, Apr.; 9,
no. 8, May.

Aliens, education: Report, National Council of
Chief State School Officers, 14, no. 7, Apr.
All the Children, annual report, New York City Pub-
lic Schools, 31, no. 2, Nov.

All Hands, publication, Navy Department, 27, no.
2, Nov.

Allied Ministers of Education, conference report,
5-8, no. 1, Oct.

Alves, H. F.: Appointed director, Surplus Property
Utilization, U. S. Office of Education, 18, no. 4,
Jan. 7, no. 5, Feb. ; 8, no. 6, Mar.
American Association for Adult Education: Hand-
book, 30, no. 10, July.

American Association for Health, Physical Educa-
tion, and Recreation, cooperates in conference on
education, health, and welfare, 10, no. 5, Feb.
American Association of School Administrators
(NEA), regional conference announcement, 9,
no. 6, Mar.

American Association of Teachers Colleges (NEA),
report, teachers in colleges for training, 6, no. 9,

American Automobile Association, publication,
safety education survey, 13, no. 5, Feb.
American Book Center for Devastated Areas, Inc.,
report, 26, no. 10, July.
American Council on Education: Publications on-

Child study, 13, no. 5, Feb.; international cul-
tural relations, 13, no. 5, Feb.; Ph. D. programs,
24, no. 8, May; slides, other American Republics,
16, no. 3, Dec.

American culture, cherished by Franklin D. Roose-
velt, 17, no. 9, June.

American Dental Association: Dental program for
schools widened, 17, no. 2, Nov.; health program,
and public support, 10, no. 8, May.
American Education Week: (Truman), 1, 2, no. 2,
Nov.; 27, no. 6, Mar.; program, 14, no. 1, Oct.
American Historical Association, pamphlets, War
Department GI Roundtable Series, 18, no. 9,

American history; Asiatic interests in, publication,
Connecticut State Department of Education, 12,
no. 10, July.

American Home Economics Association, annual
meeting, 17, no. 9, June.

American Hospital Association, collaborates in
study of practical nurse training, 23, no. 1, Oct.
American Legion, sponsors American Education
Week, 14, no. 1, Oct. ; 2, no. 2, Nov.
American Library Association: Cooperates in sur-
veys-Books most popular with children, 27, no.
2, Nov.; library support, 19, no. 5, Feb.; reading
interests of veterans, 27, no. 10, July; publica-
tions-Book selection guide, 31, no. 4, Jan.; for
library building planners, 19, no. 5, Feb.; on
library service to business, 26, no. 8, May; re-
ports, Gary (Ind.) plan for library training of
veterans, 26, no. 10, July.

American Medical Association, principles govern-
ing school lunches, 10, no. 6, Mar.

School Life


Volume XXVIII, October 1945 to
July 1946

American Public Health Association: Meeting, 15,
no. 7, Apr. recommendations on professional
education, 24, no. 9, June.
American Red Cross : Collaborates in practical nurse
training study, 23, no. 1, Oct.; develops interest
in school lunch program, 12, no. 6, Mar.
American Republics: Instructional material, 26,
no. 5, Feb.; Pan American club activities, 20-23,
no. 1, Oct.; slides, 16, no. 3, Dec.; 31, no. 4,
Jan.; students visit United States, 24, 25, no.
5, Feb.; teachers of English visit United States,
31, no. 9, June; U. S. Office of Education, rela-
tionship, report, 5, no. 6, Mar.; U. S. State De-
partment, grants for fellowships and study, 11,
no. 4, Jan.

American University, sponsors Institute on


United States in World Affairs, 27, no. 8, May.
American Vocational Association: Convention re-
port, 10-11, no. 8, May; early history, 13, no. 8,
May; publication on vocational training, 13, no.
5, Feb.

Anderson, Howard R.: Appointed specialist, social
sciences and geography, U. S. Office of Educa-
tion, 6, No. 6, Mar.

Anderson, Robert E.: Back-to-School Campaign,
Oregon, 8, no. 3, Dec.

Appendicitis, school health policies, 20, no. 6, Mar.
Appointments and assignments, U. S Office of Edu-
cation, 7-9, no. 5, Feb.; 6, no. 6, Mar.; 1-2, 19,
no. 10, July.

Appropriations, State aid for school plant con-
struction, 23-24, no. 7, Apr.

Architectural Forum, articles contained on school
plants, 19, no. 10, July.

Architectural Record, articles contained on school
plants, 19, no. 10, July.

Argentina Flags exchanged, 22, no. 1, Oct.; teach-
ers of English visit United States, 31, no. 9,

Armsby, Henry H.: Appointed specialist in Engi-
neering Education, U. S. Office of Education, 2,
19, no. 10, July.

Army: Education pamphlets available to citizens,
2, no. 1, Oct.; leaders favor universal military
training, 17, no. 5, Feb.

Arndt, C. O.: Selected References for Teachers-
China, 27-29, no. 5, Feb.; the Far East, 10-14,
no. 10, July.

Art: Courses of study-bibliography, 14-19, no. 6,
Mar.; summer study in Mexico, 29, no. 8, May;
teaching aids, 27, no. 7, Apr.; traveling exhibits,
University of Nebraska, 7, no. 9, June.
Asheville, N. C.: Nursery schools, 9, no. 10, July.
Asia, peoples of: Recordings, U. S. Office of Edu-
cation, 13, no. 10, July.
Assignment: Tomorrow, National Education Asso-
ciation film, 4, no. 4, Jan.
Associated Broadcasting Corporation, new net-
work, dedicatory program, 5, 10, no. 3, Dec.
Association for State Directors of Elementary
Education meets, 8-9, no. 9, June.
Association for the Study of Negro Life and His-
tory, sponsors Negro History Week, 23, no. 4,

Association for Supervision and Curriculum De-
velopment (NEA), first postwar conference, 7-8,
no. 9, June.

Athletic program, National Committee on School
Health Policies, 22, no. 9, June.
Atlanta, Ga. Child-care centers, 9, no. 10, July.
Atomic energy: "Education for the Atomic Age,"
theme, American Education Week, 1946, 27, no.
6, Mar.; factor in Colorado State world citizen-
ship training, 17, no. 10, July; information, 12,
no. 8, May; publications, 29, no. 10, July.
Attendance: City schools, 30-31, no. 5, Feb.; pub-
lic schools, 20-22, no. 5, Feb.
Audio-visual education: Aids in library service,
25, no. 10, July; Virginia, State appropriation
for use in public schools, 27, no. 2, Nov.
Austin, Minn. : School dental program, report,
16-17, no. 2, Nov.

Australia Today in Nursery-Kindergarten Educa-
tion (Heinig), 19-22, no. 3, Dec.
Automotive maintenance, films, U. S. Office of Edu-
cation, 30-31, no. 3, Dec.
Auxiliary services: Per pupil cost, city schools,
19, no. 9, June; U. S. Office of Education, di-
rector assigned, 7, no. 5, Feb.
Averill, Felix Eugene: Obituary, 9, no. 5, Feb.


Back-to-School Campaign; 10-11, no. 1, Oct; edi-
torial, Washington Post, 2, no. 2, Nov.; reports,
U. S. Office of Education, 7-9, no. 3, Dec.
Bailey, Thomas L.: Back-to-School Drive, Missis-
sippi, Governor's proclamation, 8, no. 3, Dec.
Balanced diets, school lunch program, 12, no. 6,

Baltimore, Md. Establishes veterans' institute and
adult day institute, 28, no. 6, Mar.; school den-
tal program, report, 18, no. 2, Nov.

Banfield, Mary Ella W.: Expenditures per Pupil in
City Schools, 22-23, no 3, Dec.; 30-31, no. 5,
Feb.; 18-19, no. 9, June.

Barnard, Henry: Annual report concerns inter-
national understanding, 24, no. 5, Feb.; science
of recreation included in science of education,
29, no. 6, Mar.

Basler, Roosevelt: Appointed chief, Instructional
Problems Section, Division Secondary Education,
U. S. Office of Education, 1-2, no. 10, July.
Bathurst, Effie G. Foundations for Friendship
With Neighbor Nations, 14-17, no. 10, July.
Battle Creek, Mich. : Public schools radio broad-
casts on books, 26, no. 10, July.
Beach, Eleanor, and Kompf, Carl: Teacher De-
velopment in Nursery School [Rochester (N. Y.)
Public Schools], 24, 30, no. 3, Dec.
Beard, Sarah A.: Appointed consultant for school
libraries, Massachusetts State Department of
Education, 31, no. 9, June.

Benjamin Franklin High School (Philadelphia,
Pa.), acceleration for veterans, 6, no. 2. Nov.
Benjamin, Harold R.: Appointed director, Divi-
sion of International Educational Relations, U. S.
Office of Education, 7-8, no. 5, Feb.; deegate to
London UNO Conference, 2, no. 3, Dec.; New Edu-
cation for a New Japan, 1, 3-4, no. 9, June;
UNESCO-Design for Waging Peace, 1-6, no. 5,


Beust, Nora E. and Clift, Eleanor F.: A Supplement
to Five Hundred Books for Children, 24-31, 32,
no. 1, Oct.

Bibliographies: Art courses of study, 14-19, no. 6,
Mar.; China, 27-29, no. 5, Feb.; care of handi-
capped children, 20, no. 8, May; citizenship edu-
cation, 5, no. 10, July; the Far East, 10-14, no.
10, July; general health policies, 25, no. 9, June;
intergroup education, Cincinnati Public Schools,
21, no. 9, June; interest measurement, 29, no. 3,
Dec.; music courses of study, 12-17, no. 9,
June; Negro education, 22, 25-26, no. 4, Jan.;
Netherlands East Indies, education, 10-11, no.
4, Jan.; science courses of study, 19-22, no. 2,

Biennial Survey of Education, 1938-40 and 1940--
42, publication, U. S. Office of Education, 4, 6,
no. 6, Mar.

Blind: Adults, books, Library of Congress, 26-
27, no. 10, July; children, report, National Com-
mittee on School Health Policies, 24, no. 9, June.
Blough, Glenn O.: Appointed specialist for science,
U. S. Office of Education, 2, no. 10, July; The
Case of Science in the Elementary School, 3-5,
no. 10, July.

Bonds To Build the Peace-The Future of War
Savings (Studebaker), 6, no. 5, Feb.
Books: For adult blind, Library of Congress, 26-
27, no. 10, July; for teachers, 10-11, no. 10,
July; most popular with children, A. L. A. sur-
vey, 27, no. 2, Nov.; on immigration and natu-
ralization, 5, no. 10, July; selection of-For
school libraries, 25, no. 10, July; guide for buy-
ing, American Library Association, 31, no. 4,
Jan.; institute on, report, Michigan State Li-
brary Association, 26, no. 10, July.
"Books Bring Adventure," radio broadcast, Battle
Creek (Mich.) Public Library, 26, no. 10, July.
Boston, Mass.: Museum of Fine Arts, loans ex-
hibits as teaching aids, 25, no. 7, Apr.; Public
Library, publication to serve trade unions, 10, no.
9, June.

Boushall, Tom: Education the foundation of our
whole economy, 4, no. 4, Jan.

Bowsher, E. L. Back-to-School Campaign, Toledo,
Ohio, 7, no. 3, Dec.

Boy Scouts and Future Farmers work together, re-
port, 18-19, no. 7, Apr.

Bradford, Leland P.: Preparing Teachers and
Leaders for Education of Veterans, 23-24, no. 2,

Bretton Woods, publication, World Peace Founda-
tion, 10, no. 3, Dec.

Britain National Union of Students, plans for
peace, 15-16, no. 3, Dec.; library service, adult
education agencies, 6, no. 3, Dec.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Children's Museum, loans as teach.
ing aids, 25, no. 7, Apr.

Brotherhood Week, announcement. National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews, 26, no. 4, Jan.
Brown, Lt. Col. Mary Agnes: Counseling and train-
ing women veterans, 10, no. 8, May.
Brownsville, Tex.: High School, Pan American
club report, 21-22, no. 1, Oct.

Buffalo, N. Y.: Public Library, Forty-ninth Annual
Report, 10, no. 9, June.

Building America, publication, National Education
Association, 8, no. 9, June.

Building Facilities for Physically Impaired Children
in Public School Systems (Keefe), 17-20, no. 8,

Building planning, educational theater, publication,
The National Thespian Society, 24, no. 8, May.
See also School plants.

Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics,
Department of Agriculture: Nation-wide dietary
survey, 12, no. 6, Mar.; sponsors school lunch
program, 11-13, 26-27, no. 6, Mar.
Business education: For veterans, Denver, Colo.
survey, 28, no. 6, Mar. ; library service, publica-
tion, American Library Association, 26, no. 8,
May; representative on Federal Committee on
Education, 2, no. 6, Mar.; services available,
U. S. Office of Education, 21, no. 9, June.
Busses: State standards, conference, 24, no. 7,
Apr.; report of study, 5, no. 7, Apr.
Butler, I. D. Report from Santo Tomas University,
24, no. 2, Nov.

Buying List of Books for Small Libraries, publica-
tion, American Library Association, 31, no. 4,


Caddo-Shreveport, La., school dental program, re-
port, 17, no. 2, Nov.

Cadet nurses, in hospital library service, Veterans'
Administration, report, 31, no. 7, Apr.
California State Department of Education-Child-
care centers, 8, no. 10, July; seeks appropria-
tion for full-time State recreation supervisor, 31,
no. 6, Mar.; State legislation for Exceptional
children, 5, no. 2, Nov.; high-school correspond-
ence courses, 20, no. 4, Jan.

Caliver, Ambrose: Services to Negroes-A Decade
and a Half of Projects and Activities, 21-26,
no. 4, Jan.

Camp, Pauline: Survey of Georgia State School for
the Deaf, 21-23, no. 7, Apr.

Canadian Government film, Now the Peace, 8, no. 1,
Canning food: Dadeville, Mo., consolidated school
district, report, 15, no. 5, Feb.; Future Farmers
of America, war relief project, 13, no. 1, Oct.;
surplus, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration, appeal, 18, no. 5, Feb.
Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education, pub-
lication, U. S. Office of Education, 29, no 6, Mar.
Case of Science in the Elementary School (Blough),
3-5, no. 10, July.

Central America: Summer study tours, 30, no. 8,

Central High School, Tulsa, Okla., Paraguayan
scrapbook received, 22-23, no. 1, Oct.

Central Services, U. S. Office of Education, appoint-
ment of directors, 7-8, no. 5, Feb. ; 1, 2, no. 10,
Central Washington College of Education, nutri-
tion workshop, report, 28, no. 2, Nov.
Certification: Emergency permits for teachers, 5,
no. 9, June; report, National Council of Chief
State School Officers, 6, no. 8, May; standards for
teachers raised, Louisiana State Department of
Education, 31, no 10, July; symbol for surplus
property, assigned by State educational agency,
7-8, no. 6, Mar.

Character training, chief aim, New York City Pub-
lic Schools (Wade), 31, no. 2, Nov.
Chemistry: A List of Subject Headings for Chem-
istry Libraries, publication, Special Libraries
Association, 6, no. 3, Dec.

Chicago, Ill.: Public Library, establishes Veterans'
Information Bureau, 6, no. 3, Dec.; South Shore
High School, Pan American library service, re-
port, 21, no. 1, Oct.

Chief State School Officers: Directory, 2, no. 7,
Apr.; letter from Commissioner, appeal for Vic-
tory Farm Volunteers, 18, no. 9, June; reports:
Buffalo meeting, 1, 3-14, no. 7, Apr.; Study Com-
mission, 1-10, no. 7, Apr.

Child-care programs: Continued, Extended School
Services, report, 8, 9, no. 10, July; postwar plan-
ning, 9-12, no. 5, Feb. State funds available,
30, no. 4, Jan.; needed in State and community
planning, 30-31, no. 8, May.

Child Health and the Selective Service Physical
Standards, report, U. S. Public Health Service,
26, no. 6, Mar.

Child labor: Laws, observed in school-work pro-
gram, 10-11, no. 1. Oct. publication, National
Child Labor Committee, 28, no. 10, July; regula-
tions, National Council of Chief State School
Officers, 14, no. 7, Apr.

Child study, new book, 13, no. 5. Feb.
Children: Below six, educational services, 9, no.
9, June; interest in library books of fiction, 31,
no. 4, Jan.; needs, principles for consideration in
State and community planning, 30-21, no. 8,
May. See also Exceptional children.
Children's Bureau: Joint report on principles in
State and community planning for needs of chil-
dren, 30-31, no. 8, May; Preparing Youth for
Citizenship. 10-11, no. 1, Oct.; sponsors Back-
to-School Campaign, 7-9, no. 3, Dec.
Chile: Education in, publication, U. S. Office of
Education, 26, no. 5, Feb.

China Educational progress, 17, no. 3, Dec.: maps,
11-12, no. 10, July; pictures available. 13, no.
10. July: Selected References for Teachers
(Arndt), 27-29, no. 5. Feb.

Chinese culture: Art exhibition available, 13, no.
10, July: history and language, advanced study,
27, 28, no. 8, May; language, lesson studies, 28,
no. 5, Feb.

Cincinnati, Ohio: Dental program, public schools,
17, no. 2, Nov.; intergroup education, report, 21,
no. 9, June.

Cities surveyed with respect to school lunch pro-
gram, 11, no. 6, Mar.

Citizens discuss ideal library, Lincoln Library,
Springfield, Ill, 26, no. 8, May.

Citizens Federal Committee on Education: Being
organized, 1-2, no. 6, Mar.; first meeting, 11,
no. 9, June.

Vol. XXVIII, October 1945 to July 1946

Citizens' Library Movement organized, Mississippi
State Library Association, 32, no. 10, July.
Citizenship education: Colorado, 17-18, no. 10,
July; immigrant groups, Department of Justice,
27. no. 9, June; preparing youth, Back-to-
School Campaign, 10-11, no. 1, Oct.; publica-
tions, 28, no. 10, July; teaching aids, 26, no. 7,

City schools, per pupil expenditures, 22-23, no. 3,
Dec.; 30-31, no. 5, Feb.; 18-19, no. 9, June.
Civic-mindedness, education for, school responsibil-
ity, 10, no. 1, Oct.

Civilian population, migration, shown in school at-
tendance, 20-22, no. 5, Feb.

Claremont (Calif.) Graduate School: International
relations programs, 27, no. 8, May; reading con-
ference, publication, 24, no. 8, May.

Clark, Vernon L.: Commends schools for purchase
of stamps and bonds, 4, no. 9, June.
Clearance, with U. S. Office of Education, educa-
tional policies, National Council of Chief State
School Officers, 9-10, no. 7, Apr.
Cleveland, Ohio: Child-care centers continued, 9,
no. 10, July; Public Schools, annual report, 18,
29, no. 3, Dec.; sesquicentennial observance, 12,
no. 8, May.

Clift, Eleanor F. and Beust, Nora E.: A Supple-
ment to Five Hundred Books for Children, 24-31,
32, no. 1, Oct.

Clinton-Peabody Public School (St. Louis, Mo.),
visited for inspection by Association of State Di-
rectors of Elementary Education, 8-9, no. 9, June.
Clubs, teaching aids, 27, no. 7, Apr.

College for Women, established in Colombia, 20,
no. 7, Apr.

College of William and Mary, proseminar on Latin
America, Russia, China, and Japan, 29, no. 8,
Colleges Curriculum laboratories prepare lists of
teaching materials, 25, no. 7, Apr.; entrance re-
quirements, 20 percent of youth trained, 6, no.
10, July; sales training facilities, 3, no. 4, Jan.
Colombia: English-Speaking Club, organized, Es-
cuela Normal Superior, Bogota, 22, no. 1, Oct.;
home economics education, 19-20, no. 7, Apr.
Colorado College (Colorado Springs), announces
Rocky Mountain School of Languages, 27, no. 8,

Colorado Education Association, State plan for
teaching world citizenship in the public schools,
17-18, no. 10, July.

Commission on Teacher Education, publication on
State programs, 28, no. 10, July.
Common cold, suggested school health policies, 21-
22, no. 6, Mar.

Communicable diseases, prevention and control, 20,
no. 6, Mar.

Community: Needs education to face "new val-
ues, 14, no. 5, Feb.; teaching aids for under-
standing, 26, no. 7, Apr.

Community resources, contribute to school health
policies, 21, 24, no. 6, Mar.
Community service, a function of education, 29, no.
6, Mar.

Community services: Canning food, report from
California, 18, no. 5, Feb.; child-care centers
continued, 8, 9, no. 10, July; health education,
13, 16, no 4, Jan.; in building educational pro-
grams, 11, no. 8, May; in planning children's
needs, 30-31, no. 8, May. See also Extended
School Services.

Community War Service Division, Federal Security
Agency, report of State war recreation commit-
tees, 29, no. 6, Mar.
Comparative Education Division, U. S. Office of
Education, merged with Inter-American Educa-
tional Relations Division, 24, no. 5, Feb. See also
International Educational Relations Division.
"Complementary" school programs, Colombia, 20,
no. 7, Apr.

Comprehensive Research Program on School
Lunches, conference, 11-13, 26-27, no. 6, Mar.
Compulsory education: Legislation, 29, 30, no. 4,
Jan. 20, no. 10, July.

Compulsory Military Training, Some Pros and Cons,
15-18, no. 5, Feb.

Conant, James Bryant: General Education in a
Free Society, 26, no. 2, Nov.

Concord College (Athens, W. Va.), inter-American
workshop, 29, no. 8, May.

Congress at Work, publication, New York Schol-
astic Magazines, 13, no. 5, Feb.
Connecticut: Educational legislation, 28, 29, no.
4, Jan.; library service, State-wide reading pro-
gram, 31, no. 7. Apr.; State aid for school plant
construction, 23, no. 7, Apr.; State Department
of Education, publication, Asiatic interests in
American history, 12, no. 10, July.
Consolidation of small schools: Louisiana, prog-
ress report, 31, no. 10, July; North Carolina, 20,
no. 9, June.

Consulting Committee on Vocational Education in
the Years Ahead, report of conference, 6-7, no.
10, July.

Consumer education, publication, National Associa-
tion of Secondary School Principals, 10, no. 3,

Cook, Katherine M.: National Leaders' Conference
on Visiting Teacher Problems, 17-19, no. 1, Oct. ;
Recreation and Leisure-Time Activities in the
School Program, 29-31, no. 6, Mar.; State-Wide
Visiting Teacher Services [Virginia and Georgia],
21-23, no. 8, May.

Cooperation of school and public libraries, confer-
ence topic, Massachusetts Library Association,
26, no. 8, May.

Copyright conference, Pan American Union, 12, no.
5, Feb.

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Statistical Service, U. S. Office of ducation, 1


no. 3, Dec.; 7, no 5, Feb.; Public School At-Library

tendance Changes, 1940-44, 20-22, no. 5, Feb.
Cornell University, general workshop on interna- L
tional relations, 28, no. 8, May.
Correspondence courses: High-school level, Cali-
fornia, 20, no. 4, Jan.; veterans, survey, U. S.
Office of Education, 7, no. 10, July.
Correspondence or Directed Study (Frazier), 30-31,
no. 10, July.

Costa Rica: Teachers of English visit the United
States on fellowships, 31, no. 9, June.
Counseling services: Health, 22, no. 6, Mar.; in-
terest measured, 28-29, no. 3, Dec.; mothers, day-
care children's program, 31, no. 8, May; Philip-
pine schools, 18-19, no. 10, July; veterans, Uni-
versity School of Ohio State University, 21, no.
9, June; vocational education for small business,
Department of Commerce, 5-6, no. 4, Jan.;
women veterans, 10, no. 8, May. See also Guid-
ance services.
Courses of study: In art, bibliography, 14-19, no.
6, Mar.; in music, bibliography, 12-17, no. 9,
June; in music for elementary and high schools,
aims, Virginia Board of Education, 30, no. 6,
Mar.; in science, bibliography, 19-22, no. 2, Nov.;
received by U. S. Office of Education Library,
26, no. 2, Nov.; 14, no. 3, Dec.; 25, no. 8, May;
30, no. 10, July; U. S. Office of Education Li
brary, a depository for, 19, no. 2, Nov.; 14, no.
6, Mar.; 12, no. 9, June.

Covert, Timon: Financing the Public Schools of
Kentucky, 28–31, no. 9, June.

Coxe, John E.: What Louisiana Has Done-A Prog-
ress Report, 31, no. 10, July.

Coxen, James R.: American Vocational Associa-
tion Convention, report, 10-11, no. 8, May.
Creative arts, Louisiana's Guide for Teaching in
Primary Grades, 30, no. 6, Mar.
Credential evaluation for foreign students, report,
U. S. Office of Education, 5, no. 6, Mar.
Credit for correspondence courses, 31, no. 10,

Crippled children: National Society celebrates Sil-
ver Anniversary, 14, no. 7, Apr.; report, Na-
tional Committee on School Health Policies, 24,
no. 9, June.

Cuba: Teachers of English visit the United States
on fellowships, 31, no. 9, June.
Cultural and Scientific Cooperation Committee,
U. S. Office of Education, gather first-hand data
on other American educational systems, 25-26,
no. 5, Feb.

Cultural engineering needed by UNESCO, 2, no. 5,

Cumulative records: Health, 22, no. 6, Mar.; school,
study of, U. S. Office of Education, 4, no. 3,

Curricula Designed to meet children's needs, 7, no.
9, June; Georgia State School for the Deaf, sur-
vey, 21-22, no. 7, Apr.; Netherlands East Indies
schools, 9-10. no. 4, Jan.; offerings for veterans
in secondary schools, survey, U. S. Office of Edu-
cation, 7, no. 10, July; Milwaukee school system,
solving the problems, 31-32, no. 10, July.
Curriculum: Construction, for adults, teacher's re-
sponsibility, 24, no. 2, Nov.; development, post-
war conference, Supervision and Curriculum De-
velopment (NEA), 7-8, no. 9, June; problems in
building foundations for friendship with neigh-
bor nations, 15, no. 10, July; revision to include
vocational education, Louisiana State Depart-
ment of Education, report, 31, no. 10, July.
Curriculum Commission, National Council of Teach-
ers of English, report of meeting, 12, no. 5, Feb.
Czechoslovakia: Education, publication, U. S. Office
of Education, 25, no. 5, Feb.


Dadeville, Mo.: Consolidated School District, can-
ning center report, 15, no. 5, Feb.
Daily observance of pupils' health by teacher, 20-
21, 23-24, no. 6, Mar.

Dakota County, Minn., changing food habits of

rural children, a study of methods, 22, no. 5, Feb.
Davis, Mary Dabney, and Gabbard, Hazel F.; State
Legislative Action for Young Children, 30, no. 4,
Jan.; and Stark, Grace, Teaching Aids for
Teachers, 25-31, no. 7, Apr.

Day care for children: Of working mothers, post-
war planning, 11-12, no. 5, Feb.; nursery serv-
ices, in planning for needs of children, 31, no. 8,

Deaf Building facilities for deaf and hard-of-
hearing children, 18-19, no. 8, May; National
Committee on School Health Policies, report on
deaf children, 24, no. 9, June; survey report,
Georgia State School for the Deaf, 21-23, no. 7,

Dearborn, Ned H.: Postwar Traffic Is Child Menace,
20, no. 4, Jan.

"defense of peace," pamphlet, Department of State,
31, no. 9, June.

Degrees granted by correspondence schools, 30, no.
10, July.

Delaware Educational legislation, 28, no. 4, Jan.;
State aid for school plant construction, 23, no. 7,
Apr. 9, no. 8, May.

Democracy: Education for, in Japan, 3, no. 9,
June; learning through living, Cleveland Public
Schools, annual report, 18, 29, no. 3, Dec.
Dental health: Guidance, in suggested school health
policies, 24-25, no. 6, Mar.; needs for school-age
children, 11-12, no. 2, Nov.

Dental Programs in Local Schools (Jessen), 15-18,
no. 2, Nov.


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