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Broadcasts, educational, 140, no. 6, Feb.; high-school
students, Fresno, Calif., 49, no. 3, Nov.; public-
school, Newtonville, Mass., 108, no. 5, Jan.; Univer-
sity of Kentucky, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Bryant Park, New York City, outdoor library, 71, no
3, Nov.

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Monument to a teacher, 296,
no. 10, June.

Buffalo, N. Y.; School building, 11, no. 1, Sept.
Buffalo, Wyo.: Bachelor farmers, 118, no. 5, Jan.
Bug House Laboratory, Washington, N. C., 75, no. 4,
Dec.

Building a schoolhouse, 102-103, no. 4, Dec.
Buildings: Program, University of Arizona, 294, no. 10,
June; P. W. A. funds, 106, no. 5, Jan.; survey, Cali-
fornia, 31, no. 2, Oct.

Bulletin board. See Educators' bulletin board.
Burdick, Mrs. Anna Lalor: Brother's bequest starts
Lalor Foundation, 276, no. 10, June.
Bureau of Child Guidance, 157, no. 6, Feb.
Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D. C., work on
fingerprinting, 2-3, no. 1, Sept.

Burke, Alice Bodwell: Williamsport and youth, 39,
no. 2, Oct.

Burton Memorial Campanile to house Uni-
versity of Michigan's carillon, 100, no. 4, Dec.
Butts, Marie: Country experiences for city school
children, 237-238, no. 9, May.
Byproducts, 276, no. 10, June.

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Cadet teachers, California Polytechnic School, San
Luis Obispo, 118, no. 5, Jan.
Cafeterias: Hawaiian schools, 228, no. 8, Apr., 292-293,
no. 10, June.

Calico Rock, Ark.: Modern pioneers, 8, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.

California: F. F. A. news, 199, no. 7, Mar.; 227, no. 8,
Apr.; 259, no. 9, May; 284, no. 10, June; Legislature
passed two acts benefiting Indians, 34, no. 2, Oct.;
vocational rehabilitation, 184-185, no. 7. Mar.
California Pacific International Exposition, exhibit of
Future Farmers of America, 37, no. 2, Oct.
California Polytechnic School, San Luis Obispo, cadet
teachers, 118, no. 5, Jan.
California State Department of Education: Courses in
safety education, secondary schools, 195, no. 7, Mar.;
division of secondary education, issued list of radio
references, 18, no. 1, Sept.; State-wide survey of
school building adequacy, 31, no. 2, Oct.
California Teachers Association: Handbook of facts
about schools, 294. no. 10, June; new world series of
broadcasts, 67, no. 3, Nov.

Caliver, Ambrose: Federal aid and the Negro, 40-41,
no. 2, Oct.; guidance survey of Negroes, 107, no. 5,
Jan.; 151, no. 6, Feb.; 179-180, no. 7, Mar.
Camera reports, 2, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Cammell, Dorothy B.: Highlights on America's youth
problem, 74-75, no. 4, Dec.

Camp schools: Great Britain and Germany, 237, no. 9,
May.

Camping trips: Montana F. F. A., 43, no. 2, Oct.
Can you beat this? 246, no. 9, May.

Canada: National Film Society, 271, no. 10, June;
study of ventilation and effect on school children,
261, no. 9, May.
Canal Zone: Vocational education, 173-174, 183, no. 7,
Mar.

Canning: Centers for relief families, Leslie, Ga., 2, 3,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.; Georgia, 119, no. 5, Jan.
Cannon, Congressman: Teaching communism, 60, no.
3, Nov.

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C. B.S: Programs for students, 101, no. 4, Dec.
C. C. C: Arts and crafts, 186, 188, no. 7, Mar.; counseling
and guidance, 193-194, no. 7, Mar.; education, 16,
no. 1, Sept.; 93, 90, no. 4, Dec.; 208, 226, no. 8, Apr.;
291, 293, no. 10, June; enrollees attend neighboring
educational institutions, 38, no. 2, Oct.; enrollees
report on experiences, 144, no. 6, Feb.; leisure-time
programs (Oxley), 258-259, no. 9, May; manual and
outlines of instruction for use in camps, page 4 of
cover, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; Michigan, 129, no. 5, Jan.;
mimeographed account of activities, 49, no. 3, Nov.;
motion-picture service, 236, no. 9, May; permanent
organization, 25, no. 2, Oct.; radio project, 107-108,
no. 5. Jan.; study outlines, 23, no. 1, Sept.; 167, no. 6,
Feb; teaching technique, 112, no. 5, Jan.; vocational
education, 6, 19, 25, 27, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; 80, no. 4,
Dec.; with C. C. C. (Oxley), 62-63, no. 3, Nov.
Centennial celebration tribute to William Torrey
Harris, 121, no. 5, Jan.

Central Needle Trades School, New York City, used
motion pictures in commencement program, 15, no.
1, Sept.

Central Trade School, Oakland, Calif.: Retrained
unemployed men, 14, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Chapel services. See Religious services.

SCHOOL LIFE

Chapman, Oscar L. On exploitation of boys and girls,
105, no. 5, Jan.
Character education, 79, no. 4, Dec.; College of Edu-
cation, University of Kentucky, 261, no. 9, May;
new books and pamphlets, 69, no. 3, Nov.; New
Jersey, 229, no. 8, Apr.

Chart (Government), 24, no. 1, Sept.
Cheney, Lela M.: Indian education, 68, no. 3, Nov.
Chester County, S. C.: County library service, 19,
no. 1, Sept.
Chicago, Technical and vocational schools cooperate
with A. V. A. officials at convention, 114, no. 5, Jan.
Child and his carriage (Rogers), 269-271, no. 10, June.
Child care taught in Indian schools, 34, no. 2, Oct.
Child development, syllabus, 19, no. 1, Sept.
Child guidance clinics, methods used in diagnosis
and treatment, 231, no. 8, Apr.

Children: Death rate decreases, 139-140, no. 6, Feb.;
legislative action for those under 6, 170, 176, 190, no.
7, Mar.
Children's books, 135, no. 5, Jan.; 200, no. 7, Mar.
Children's Bureau cooperating with Office of Indian
Affairs and Public Health Service, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Children's court, New York, 126, no. 5, Jan.
China: Education, 209, no. 8, Apr.; new publication
on education, 198, no. 7, Mar.
Christmas gift, page 2 of cover, no. 3, Nov.
Christmas message (Studebaker), 73, no. 4, Dec.
Christmas present, 49, no. 3, Nov.
Cincinnati, Ohio: Bulletin on music department
activities, 63, no. 3, Nov.; school survey, 25, no. 2,
Oct.; school survey (Goodykoontz), 50-51, no. 3,
Nov.

Circuit training broadened, 184, no. 7, Mar.
Circulating library, Oklahoma City, Okla., 162, no.
6, Feb.
Citizenship in Hawaiian schools (Cook), 255, 263, no.
9, May.
Citizenship training in C. C. C. camps, 63, no. 3,
Nov.; 144, no. 6, Feb.

City school systems: Administration and supervision
of secondary schools, 175-176, 190, no. 7, Mar. See
also Schools report.
Civil Works Administration.
Civilian Conservation Corps.

See C. W. A.
See C. C. C.

Class cares for four needy children, 11, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.

Classroom behavior problems, treatment, 295; no. 10,
June.

Clemson Agricultural and Mechanical College: Sum-
mer session, 241, no. 9, May.

Clemson College: Trained relief teachers of agriculture,
10, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Cleveland, Ohio: Job-Finders' Club, 75, no. 4, Dec.
Cleveland Public Library: Bookmarks, 41, no. 2,
Oct.; 63, no. 3, Nov.

Clipsheet of American Library Association, 71, no. 3,
Nov.

Clothing construction class, Nebraska, 20, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.

Cloud, Dr. Henry Roe: Recipient of 1935 Indian
Achievement Medal award, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Cocke, Troy W.: On counseling technique, 193, no.
7, Mar.

Coe, Helen: Cover design for SCHOOL LIFE, 23, no. 1,
Sept.
Coeducation: Iran primary schools, 199, no. 7, Mar.
Cohen, Philip H.: Three universities on the air, 245,
no. 9, May.
Colleges (Greenleaf), 22, no. 1, Sept.; 45, no. 2, Oct.;
65, no. 3, Nov.; 100, no. 4, Dec.; 130, no. 5, Jan.;
163-164, no. 6, Feb.; 196-197, no. 7, Mar.; 229-230,
no. 8, Apr.; 261, no. 9, May; 294-295, no. 10, June;
alumni, economic status; study by Office of Educa-
tion, 294-295, no. 10, June; broadcast over Station
WOR, 140, no. 6, Feb.; cooperate with C. C. C.,
62-63, no. 3, Nov.; enrollments drop, 294, no. 10,
June; graduates employed, 22, no. 1, Sept.; salary
trends, 187-188, no. 7, Mar.; scholarships for C. C. C.,
enrollees, 38, no. 2, Oct. See also Higher education.
Colleges and universities: New York State, enrollment,
196, no. 7, Mar.; P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1, Sept.; resident
students, 164, no. 6, Feb.; summer sessions, 239-242,
264, no. 9, May. See also under name of individual
institution.
Collier, John: Broadening curricula in Indian schools,
68, no. 3, Nov.; Navajo day schools, 165, no. 6, Feb.
Colorado State College: Summer session, 242, no. 9,
May.
Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley: Courses in
film study and appreciation, 18, no. 1, Sept.
Columbia Broadcasting System: Quarterly digest of
speeches on Columbia network, 192, no. 7, Mar.
See also C. B. S.
Columbia University: Graduates employed, 22, no. 1,
Sept.; programs of studies for forum leadership, 182,
no. 7, Mar.
Columbus, Ohio: Care of exceptional children, 157,
no. 6, Feb.
Commercial education congress (Abrams), 116, 132,
no. 5, Jan.

Commission for Relief in Belgium Educational Foun-
dation, fellowships, 97, no. 4, Dec.
Committee on Economic Security, report to President,
page 2 of cover, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Committee on Youth Problems, findings, 74-75, no. 4,
Dec.
Communism, teaching, D. C. schools, 60-61, 63, no. 3,
Nov.

Community day schools, Alaska, 165, no. 6, Feb.
Community forums, Ann Arbor, Mich., 92, no. 4, Dec.
Community problems, studied by youth, 120, no. 5,

Jan.
Community programs: New pamphlets, 200, no. 7,
Mar.

Community service: Youth-adult cooperation, 117,
120, no. 5, Jan.
Comparative education, 30-31, no. 2, Oct.; 123-124,
no. 5, Jan.; meeting of advisory committee, 276, no.
10, June; suggestions for further study, 9, 17, no. 1,
Sept. See also In other countries.
Conference on Business Education, 199, no. 7, Mar.
Conference report, Advisory Committee on Compara-
tive Education, 276, no. 10, June.
Conferences: Held by Office of Education, 28-29, no.
2, Oct.; regional vocational education, 185, no. 7,
Mar.

Confucius: Perfection, 182, no. 7, Mar.
Congressional rider on D. C. appropriation bill, 60-61,
63, no. 3, Nov.
Connecticut: Book wagon for county jails, 103, no. 4,
Dec.; F. F. A. news bulletin, 259, no. 9, May; un-
employed untrained, 25, no. 2, Oct.
Connecticut State Board for Vocational Education:
Trend in employment, 54, no. 3, Nov.
Connecticut State College: Federal-aid students, 147,
no. 6, Feb.

Connecticut State Employment Service: Youth
problem, 75, no. 4, Dec.

Conservation of radio resources, booklet, 46, no. 2, Oct.
Consolidation of schools, 223-224, no. 8, Apr.; Lyme,
Conn., 102-103, no. 4, Dec.
Constitution of the United States, copies available,
page 4 of cover, no. 3, Nov.; pamphlet, 278, no. 10,
June.
Consumer-buying exhibit, Stoughton, Wis., Voca-
tional School, 256, no. 9, May.
Contest for improving school plant, North Carolina,
195, no. 7, Mar.

Continuation school: Absorbed by junior high school,
York, Pa., 162, no. 6, Feb.; anniversary (Miles), 4,
no. 1, Sept.; Holland, Mich., 119, no. 5, Jan.; Phila-
delphia, Pa., 129, no. 5, Jan.
Cook, Katherine M.: Bulletin on Mexican schools
inspiration for new primary school in India, 6, 19,
no. 1, Sept.; citizenship in Hawaiian schools, 255,
no. 9, May; five important conferences, 28-29, no. 2;
Oct.; Hawaiian public schools, 205-206, 228, no. 8,
Apr.; Hawaiian school cafeterias, 292-293, no. 10,
June.

Cooper, William John: Obituary, 32, no. 2, Oct.;
philosophy and administrative practices, 58-59, no. 3,
Nov.

Cooperation, 238, no. 9, May; with C. C. C. (Oxley),
38, no. 2, Oct.

Cooperative education record, 229, no. 8, Apr.
Cooperative study of secondary school standards, 42,
no. 2, Oct.

Coordination for exceptional children (Martens),
126-128, no. 5, Jan.
Coordinator in vocational education programs, St.
Paul, 185, no. 7, Mar.

Copiah County, Miss.: Part-time class, 81, no. 4,
Dec.; vocational education, 18, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Copybooks of George Washington, 138, no. 6, Feb.
Cornell University: Cyclotron, 164, no. 6, Feb.; em-
ployment of graduates, 22, no. 1, Sept.; Icelandic
language courses, 261, no. 9, May; Rural School
Leaflets, 183, no. 7, Mar.; summer session, 240,
no. 9, May; voices of birds preserved, 22, no. 1, Sept.
Cornerstones (Studebaker), 233, no. 9, May.
Correspondence courses, Dubuque, Iowa, 280, no. 10,
June; high school, 70-71, no. 3, Nov.; Michigan, 129,
no. 5, Jan.; North Dakota Agricultural College,
230, no. 8, Apr.

Cost of living, Idaho, 31, no. 2, Oct.
Council on student welfare, Pennsylvania State Col-
lege, 163, no. 6, Feb.

Counseling and guidance in the C. C. C. (Oxley),
193-194, no. 7, Mar.
Counseling-placement, Michigan, 54-55, no. 3, Nov.
Country experiences for city school children (Butts),
237-238, no. 9, May.
County jails, Connecticut: Visited by book wagon,
103, no. 4, Dec.

County library service, Chester County, S. C., 19,
no. 1, Sept.

County superintendents: In-service growth, 285-286,
no. 10, June.
Course of study, secondary schools, Germany, 84,
no. 4, Dec.
Courses offered in vocational schools, 12, 26, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.
Cover design, SCHOOL LIFE, 23, no. 1, Sept.; 71, no. 3,
Nov.; 150, no. 6, Feb.; 180, no. 7, Mar.; 202, no. 8,
Apr.
Covert, Timon: Financial situation of the public
schools, 283-284, no. 10, June; taxes for public educa-
tion, 110, 124, no. 5, Jan.
Creative work: New books and pamphlets, 166, no. 6,
Feb.

Cressman, Paul L.: Appointed director of the Bureau of
Instruction in Pennsylvania, 128, no. 5, Jan.
Crippled children under the Securities Bill, 23, no. 1,
Sept.
Crossville, Tenn.: Cumberland Homesteads, 238,
no. 9, May.
Cumberland Homesteads, Crossville, Tenn., 238,
no. 9, May.
Current meetings (Ryan), 178, no. 7, Mar.; 232, no. 8,
Apr. See also Meetings.
Curriculum: Development, Texas, 229, no. 8, Apr.;
revision, Wilmington, Del., 103, no. 4, Dec.; St. Louis,
Mo., schools, 294, no. 10, June; studies, new books
and pamphlets, 166, no. 6, Feb.; units, 278, no. 10,

June.

C. W. A.: Improvement and rehabilitation of school
plants, 78, no. 4, Dec.; library project, Wayne
County, W. Va., 103, no. 4, Dec.; report on deaf and
hard-of-hearing, 120, no. 5, Jan.

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Cyclotron: Cornell University, 164, no. 6, Feb.; Uni-
versity of California, 163-164, no. 6, Feb.
Czechoslovakia: Welcomed International Society on
Commercial Education, 116, 132, no. 5, Jan.

D

Dance of 18 nations (Dorminy), 66-67, no. 3, Nov.
Daniel, Frank C.: Uniforms for high-school girls, 41,
no. 2, Oct.

Danish visitor to Office of Education, 220, no. 8, Apr.
Davis, Allen: Uniforms for high-school girls, 41, no. 2,
Oct.

Davis, H. H.: Serving the cause of education, 267-268,
275, no. 10, June.

Davis, Mary Dabney: Legislative action for young
children, 170, 176, 190, no. 7, Mar.; pupils' progress
reports, 115, 132, 135, no. 5, Jan.

Day and residential schools, 127, no. 5, Jan.

Day itself (editorial), 150, no. 6, Feb.

Deaf and hard-of-hearing: C. W. A. survey, 120, no. 5,
Jan.

Death comes, 178, no. 7, Mar.

Death rate for children decreases (Rogers), 139–140,
no. 6, Feb.

Debaters: Books and pamphlets, 77, no. 4, Dec.
Deffenbaugh, Walter S.: Schools report, 31, no. 2,
Oct.; 63, no. 3, Nov.; 103, no. 4, Dec.; 129, no. 5,
Jan.; 162-163, no. 6, Feb.; 195, no. 7, Mar.; 229, no. 8,
Apr.; 260, no. 9, May; 294, no. 10, June.
Definition vocabulary: Study by the Department of
Éducational Research, University of Toronto, 18,
no. 1, Sept.

Degree of American Farmer, 43, no. 2, Oct.
Delaware: Provision for education of exceptional
children, 86, no. 4, Dec.

Democracy and education, 32, no. 2, Oct.; 89-90, no. 4,
Dec.
Democracy's safeguard-Education, 203, no. 8, Apr.
Dennen, Walter B.: On demand for vocational school
graduates, 212, no. 8, Apr.
Denominational institutions:

Graduates prepared to

teach, 229-230, no. 8, Apr.
Dent, Ellsworth C.: New chief of Division of Motion
Pictures, Department of the Interior, 192, no. 7,
Mar.

Dental hygiene: England and Wales, 198, no. 7, Mar.;
Hawaii, 228, no. 8, Apr.; London school children,
76, no. 4, Dec.

Denver, Colo.: Cooperative educational record, 229,
no. 8, Apr.; N. E. A. convention (Boutwell), 21,
no. 1, Sept.

Department of Elementary School Principals, Na-
tional Education Association, Fourteenth Yearbook,
22, no. 1, Sept.

Department of State, 53, no. 3, Nov.
Department of Superintendence, N. E. A.: Discussion
of teachers' oaths, 214, no. 8, Apr.; St. Louis, Mo.,
meeting, 218, 228, no. 8, Apr.

Department of the Interior: Cornerstone laid for new
building, 233, no. 9, May; new building, 266, no. 10,
June; new undersecretary, 23, no. 1, Sept.
Des Moines, Iowa: Retail selling course, 213, no. 8,
Apr.

Descartes' Discourse on Method, 300th anniversary
(editorial), 122, no. 5, Jan.

Detroit, Mich., Board of Education: Safety education
program, 195, no. 7, Mar.; public schools use broad-
casting, 271, no. 10, June; report cards, 63, no. 3, Nov.
Diagnosis and treatment, problem children, 231, no. 8,
Apr.

Dictatorship and education, 89, no. 4, Dec.
Did you notice? 122, no. 5, Jan.

Diesel engine class, Dubuque, Iowa, 280, no. 10, June;
Montana, 119, no. 5, Jan.

Dimmitt, Roy: Appointed special agent, vocational
division, Office of Education, 213, no. 8, Apr.
Direction of secondary education (Jessen), 175-176, 190,
no. 7, Mar.

Directory. See Educational Directory.
Directory of libraries. 71, no. 3, Nov.
Disabled: California, 184-185, no. 7, Mar.; helped by
rotary clubs, 154, no. 6, Feb.; local responsibility,
213, no. 8, Apr.; Roanoke, Va., 55, no. 3, Nov.
Discussion meetings, bibliography, 34, no. 2, Oct.
Doctors' Theses in Education, 3, no. 1, Sept.
Does it pay to study? 134, no. 5, Jan.
Dorminy, Jacqueline: Dance of 18 nations, 66-67, no. 3,
Nov.

Dormitories and the P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1, Sept.
Douglas, F. H.: Prepared series of pamphlets on In-
dians, 17, no. 1, Sept.
Douglas County, Wis.: Survey of rural youth, 74, no.
4, Dec.
Dubuque, Iowa: Diesel engine class, 280, no. 10, June.
"Dumb Bells, 'A Sound Mind in a Sound Body" ", 41,
no. 2, Oct.

Dunlop, Florence: Study of success of academic and
Vocational school graduates, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Dunn, Dorothy: Art students paint murals, 231, no. 8,
Apr.; Indian art classes, 34, no. 2, Oct.

E

Eagle Grove, Iowa: Report of superintendent of
schools, 63, no. 3, Nov.

East Chicago, Ind.: Kindergarten-primary teachers
answer question, 294, no. 10, June.
Eberhart, Fred G.: Purpose of guidance, 193, no. 7,

Mar.

Eddie Cantor scholarship contest, 196, no. 7, Mar.

INDEX

Editorials: Academic freedom in England, 56, no. 3,
Nov.; Besides bridge! 122, no. 5, Jan.; Byproducts,
276, no. 10, June; Day itself, 150, no. 6, Feb.; Did you
notice? 122, no. 5, Jan.; Education's gift, 88, no. 4,
Dec.; Forum leadership, 182, no. 7, Mar.; Free
teachers, 150, no. 6, Feb.; Friendliness, 182, no. 7,
Mar.; Futures in education, 88, no. 4, Dec.; Good
tidings, 182, no. 7, Mar.; Hopkins on log, 276, no. 10,
June; In memoriam, 8, no. 1, Sept.; Lived his faith,
246, no. 9, May; Liberty celebrates, 182, no. 7, Mar.;
Note of cheer, 246, no. 9, May; Omens favorable
(The Schoolmaster), 150, no. 6, Feb.; Organizations
resolve, 150, no. 6, Feb.; Parliament on indoctrina-
tion, 32, no. 2, Oct.; Promise yourself, 276, no. 10,
June; Speak for themselves, 32, no. 2, Oct.; Speaking
of oaths, 214, no. 8, Apr.; Staff member honored, 276,
no. 10, June; 300th anniversary of Descartes' Dis-
course on Method, 122, no. 5, Jan.; To Dr. Baylor, 88,
no. 4, Dec.
Editorial (guest): Town Hall's second year (Washing-
ton Post), 122, no. 5, Jan.
Education-Democracy's safeguard (Roosevelt), 203,
no. 8, Apr.

Education in China, new publication, 198, no. 7, Mar.
Education in other Government agencies, 34, no. 2,
Oct.; 91, no. 4, Dec.; 131, no. 5, Jan.; 161-165, no. 6,
Feb.; 197-198, no. 7, Mar.; 231, no. 8, Apr.; 262-263,
no. 9, May.
Education in Portugal (Abel), 189-190, no. 7, Mar.
Education in the news (Lloyd), 82-83, no. 4, Dec.; 122,
no. 5, Jan.; Office of Education broadcast, 182, no. 7,
Mar.; poster, 168, no. 6, Feb.; weekly broadcast, 1,
no. 1, Sept.; 31, no. 2, Oct.
Educational Directory, 1936, 45, no. 2, Oct.
Educational Film Catalog, new publication, 192, no. 7,
Mar.

Educational legislation, 145-146, no. 6, Feb.
Educational news, 129-131, no. 5, Jan.; 162-165, 167,
no. 6, Feb.; 195-199, no. 7, Mar.; 229–232, no. 8, Apr.;
260-263, no. 9, May; 294-296, no. 10, June.
Educational News Bulletin, articles on educational
broadcasting, 108, no. 5, Jan.

Educational radio project (Boutwell), 151, no. 6, Feb.;
program, page 4 of cover, no. 8, Apr. See also Radio
project.
Educational research. See In educational research;
Recent theses.

Educational tests, bibliography, 18, no. 1, Sept.
Educational yearbooks, 123-124, no. 5, Jan.
Education's gift (editorial), 88, no. 4, Dec.
Educators' bulletin board, 7, 23, no. 1, Sept.; 44, no. 2,
Oct.; 69, no. 3, Nov.; 77, 83, no. 4, Dec.; 133-134, no.
5, Jan.; 166-167, no. 6, Feb.; 200, no. 7, Mar.; 220,
no. 8, Apr.; 247, no. 9, May; 278, 282, no. 10, June.
Eells, Walter C.: New standards, 42-43, no. 2, Oct.
Electrifying education (Koon), 18, no. 1, Sept.; 41,
no. 2, Oct.; 67, no. 3, Nov.; 101, no. 4, Dec.; 108, no. 5,
Jan.; 140, no. 6, Feb.; 192, no. 7, Mar.; 227, no. 8,
Apr.; 236, no. 9, May; 271, no. 10, June.
Elementary education: Abroad, 159, no. 6, Feb.;
Indian, 131, no. 5, Jan.; recommendations of Cin-
cinnati Survey, 51, no. 3, Nov.
Elementary grades: Graduating examinations, 68, no.
3, Nov.; report cards, 115, 132, no. 5, Jan.
Elementary schools: Montana, score card, 229, no. 8,
Apr.; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., libraries, 229, no. 8, Apr.;
P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1, Sept.; social studies, 234-236,
no. 9, May.
Elementary science: New books and pamphlets, 220,
no. 8, Apr.
Elizabeth, N. J.: Study of graduates, 134, no. 5, Jan.
Elliott, Eugene B.: Superintendent of schools, Mich-
gan, 85, no. 4, Dec.
Elmhurst, Ill.: Report of superintendent of schools, 31,
no. 2, Oct.

Elwood, Ind.: Relief gardens, 2, 3, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Embree, Edwin R.: Indian murals for his Chicago
office, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Emergency education program, 164-165, no. 6, Feb.
See also A. A. A.; C. C. C.; C. W. A.; F. E. R. A.;
P. W. A.; S. E. Č.; T. V. A.; W. P. A.
Emergency nursery schools, 170. 176, no. 7, Mar.
Emergency Peace Campaign, launching, 265, no. 10,

June.

Emergency relief funds used for five Office of Education
projects, 151, 161, no. 6, Feb.

Emergency relief projects. See Local school units;
Negro studies; Public affairs forums; Radio project;
University research.
Employment: College graduates, 22, no. 1, Sept.; 45,
no. 2, Oct.; services, Federal and State, 26, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.; teachers, Pennsylvania, 195, no. 7, Mar.;
women, 177-178, no. 7, Mar.
Engel, Harold: Completed survey of radio service,
New Mexico, 140, no. 6, Feb.
England: Academic freedom, 56, no. 3, Nov.
England and Wales: Death rate fcr children, 140, no.
6, Feb.; new educational policy, 198, no. 7, Mar.
Enrollees report on C. C. C. experiences (Oxley), 144,

no. 6, Feb.
Enrollments: Colleges and universities, 129-130, no.
5, Jan.; drop, 294, no. 10, June; Land-grant colleges,
45, no. 2, Oct.; public-school, 141, no. 6, Feb.; short-
term schools, 113, 134, no. 5, Jan.
Espinosa, Joaquin: Visitor in United States, Office of
Education, 142, no. 6, Feb.

Essex County, Mass.: Tearoom operators, 280, no. 10,
June.

Etiquette: New pamphlet, 247, no. 9, May.
Evening classes for adult farmers, Oregon, field day,
281, no. 10, June.

Evening vocational classes, Michigan, 184, no. 7, Mar.
Examinations: Elementary school graduating classes,
68, no. 3, Nov.; higher institutions, Germany, 85,
no. 4. Dec.
Exceptional children, 86, 92, no. 4, Dec.; 126-128, no.
5, Jan.; conference on coordination of educational
effort, 29, no. 2, Oct.; new books and pamphlets,
200, no. 7 Mar.; recommendations of Cincinnati
Survey, 51, no. 3, Nov.
Exceptional children and the depression (Martens),
156-157, 161, no. 6, Feb.

Executive officers, State Boards for Vocational Educa-
tion, page 3 of cover, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Exhibit books of report cards, 48, no. 2 Oct.
Exhibits (Government), 24, no. 1, Sept.
Expenditures: Public education, 276, no. 10, June;
urban and rural schools, 272, no. 10, June.
Experimental school: Evaluation, 164, no. 6, Feb.
Extension course, Arkansas State College, for C. C. C.
boys, 62, no. 3, Nov.
Extension units, Pennsylvania State College, 22, no.
1, Sept.
Exton, Elaine: Bootstraps for youth, 117, 120, no. 5,
Jan.

F

F. C. A. See Future Craftsmen of America.
F. F. A. (Ross), 94-97, no. 4, Dec.; 105, no. 5, Jan.;
awards, 246, no. 9, May; news bulletin, 199, no. 7,
Mar.; 227, no. 8, Apr.; 259, no. 9, May; 284, no. 10,
June; president, 71, no. 3, Nov.; secondary schools,
88, no. 4, Dec.; trustees meet, 257, no. 9, May. See
also Future Farmers of America.
F. I. D. A. C. medal awarded Los Angeles University
of International Relations, 129, no. 5, Jan.
Facts about vocational education, 28, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Faith in education (Knight), 246, no. 9, May.
Fallgatter, Florence: Appointed chief of home eco-
nomics education service, Office of Education, 128,
no. 5, Jan.; modern homemaking department, 279,
282, no. 10, June.

Farm crops experiment, Redlands District, Fla., 213,
no. 8, Apr.

Farm purchasing by vocational agriculture students,
280, no. 10, June.

Farm shop work, part-time course, 154, no. 6, Feb.
Farmer and vocational education, 5, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Farming and vocational education, Calico Rock, Ark.,
8, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Fathers' Council of the Parent-Teacher Association,
Washington School, West Orange, N. J., 129, no. 5,
Jan.

Fayette County, Tenn.: Part-time Negro vocational
agricultural project, 54, no. 3, Nov.
Federal aid and the Negro (Caliver), 40-41, no. 2, Oct.
Federal aid to Indian education, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Federal and State employment services, 26, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.

Federal Board for Vocational Education: New mem-
bers appointed, 26, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; 35, no. 2, Oct.
Federal Communications Commission: Committee to
study educational use of radio, 23, no. 1, Sept.
Federal Cooperation in Agricultural Extension Work,
Vocational Education, and Vocational Rehabilitation,
title of new bulletin, 15, no. 1, Sept.
Federal emergency funds, five projects, 105, no. 5, Jan.
Federal Emergency Relief Administration. See
F. E. R. A.

Federal funds for education, 101, no. 4, Dec. See also
C. C. C.; F. E. R. A.; P. W. A.; T. V. A.; W. P. A.
Federal Government: Motion pictures, exhibition, 67,
no. 3, Nov.; vocational education, 27, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.

Federal Housing Administration: Films on better
housing, 67, no. 3, Nov.
Federal legislation, 146, no. 6, Feb.
Federal Radio Education Committee, Commissioner
Studebaker, chairman, 101, no. 4, Dec.; meeting,
192, no. 7, Mar.; members, 120, no. 5, Jan.
Federal Research Project, 291-292, no. 10, June. See
also Research project.

Federal student aid for 109,000 (McNeely), 147, 161,
no. 6, Feb.
Federation Interallie des Anciens Combattants. See
F. I. D. A. C.

Feld, Rose: Social Security Act, 277, 296, no. 10, June.
Fellowships: Commission for Relief in Belgium Edu-
cational Foundation, 97, no. 4, Dec.; General Educa-
tion Board, study of technique of educational broad-
casting, 140, no. 6, Feb
Fenn College, Ohio: Settlement house classes and clubs
117, no. 5, Jan.

F. E. R. A.: Adult education courses, Mississippi, 103,
no. 4, Dec.; completed unfinished projects of C. W. A.,
78, no. 4, Dec.; Office of Education specialists loaned,
24, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; study of education of relief
and nonrelief families, 197, no. 7, Mar.; University
of Iowa, 100, no. 4, Dec.; vocational education, 6,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.; 27, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Field day for evening classes for adult farmers, Oregon,
281, no. 10, June.

3

Field Museum of Natural History cooperating in pro-
duction of third dimension illustrated books, 46,
no. 2, Oct.

Filene, Lincoln: Biography, 35, no. 2, Oct.
Film catalog, 192, no. 7, Mar.; 271, no. 10, June.
Film libraries: Colleges and universities, 101, no. 4,
Dec.; Museum of Modern Art, 101, no. 9, Dec.
Film on The American Wing, Metropolitan Museum
of Art, 46, no. 2, Oct.

Film Society of Canada, 271, no. 10, June.

4

Film Source Directory, 227, no. 8, Apr.
Film strips, Government, 72, no. 3, Nov.; 104, no. 4,
Dec.

Film study and appreciation courses, Colorado State
Teachers College, Greeley, 18, no. 1, Sept.

Film survey, 236, no. 9, May.

Film Technique: New book, 18, no. 1,
Sept.
Films: British, 227, no. 8, Ápr.; C. C. camps, 236,
no. 9, May; educational, survey by American Coun-
cil on Education, 67, no. 3, Nov.; Government, 72.
no. 3, Nov.; 104, no. 4, Dec.; sources of equipment,
67, no. 3, Nov.

Films and lantern slides, Government, 250, no. 9, May.
Financial advisory service, American Council on Edu-
cation, 68, no. 3, Nov.

Financial situation of the public schools (Covert),
283-284, no. 10, June.
Fingerprinting school children (Hoover), 2-3, no. 1,
Sept.

First lady outstanding forum leader (Studebaker),
177-178, no. 7, Mar.
Fitchburg, Mass., State Teachers College, course for
lunchroom cooks, 192, no. 7, Mar.

Five educational projects, 107-108, no. 5, Jan.; goal, 105,
no. 5, Jan.; report, 151, 161, no. 6, Feb.

Five hundred courses offered in vocational schools, 12,
26, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Five important conferences (Cook, Foster, and Mar-
tens), 28-29, no. 2, Oct.

Five-year subscription to SCHOOL LIFE, 25, no. 2, Oct.
"Floating university" plan, Iowa State College, 212,
no. 8, Apr.

Florida: Maid-service class, 21, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Flower's Island School (Samuelson), 125, 128, no. 5,
Jan.

Floyd's recommendations, 155, no. 6, Feb.
Folk dance festival, London, 66-67, no. 3, Nov.
Folk festival, Texas Centennial Exposition, 238, no. 9,
May.

For a class of 500,000, page 4 of cover. Supp., no. 2, Oct.
For exceptional children (Martens), 86, 92, no. 4, Dec.
For half million young Americans (Oxley), 16-17, no. 1,
Sept.

Foreign education. See Comparative education; In
other countries.

Foreign service, bachelor's degree, 129, no. 5, Jan.
"Forgotten 50 percent", University of Oregon, 163,
no. 6, Feb.

Fort Peak Dam, Mont.: School building, 11, no. 1,
Sept.

Forum called "T. V. A. lecture forum", Muscle Shoals,
262, no. 9, May.

Forum leader, 177-178, no. 7, Mar.

Forum leadership (editorial), 182, no. 7, Mar.
Forum project: Report, 151, no. 6, Feb.; W. P. A.
funds, 107, no. 5, Jan.

Forums, 216-217, no. 8, Apr.; bibliography, 34, no. 2,
Oct.; public, 33, 34, no. 2, Oct.; 122, no. 5, Jan.; 276,
no. 10, June; to the fore, 13, no. 1, Sept.; 92, no. 4,
Dec. See also Town Hall.
Forward march in vocational education, 152-153, 168,
no. 6, Feb.

Foster, Emery M.: Five important conferences, 28-29,
no. 2, Oct.; School buildings decrease, 141-142, no. 6,
Feb.; underprivileged third, 113, 134, no. 5, Jan.
4-H clubs: Indian boys and girls, 17, no. 1, Sept.; 131,
no. 5, Jan.

France: Dental and medical schools, 159-160, no. 6,
Feb.; elementary boarding schools, 237, no. 9, May.
Frank Wiggins Vocational Trade School: Commercial
art students design auto license plate, 256, no. 9,
May; design cover for SCHOOL LIFE, no. 10, June.
Frazier, Ben. W.: Cooperative university research
project report, 151, 161, no. 6, Feb.; university re-
search project, 107, no. 5, Jan.; 253-254, no. 9, May.
Free teachers (editorial), 150, no. 6, Feb.
Free upon request, 22, no. 1, Sept.
Freedom of thought and instruction (Studebaker),
89-90, no. 4, Dec.

Freshman college centers, 130, no. 5, Jan.
Fresno, Calif.: Students broadcast radio dramatiza-
tions, 49, no. 3, Nov.

Friendliness, 182, no. 7, Mar.

Friendly House, Phoenix, Ariz., 54, no. 3, Nov.
Fries, Maj. Gen.: Communism teaching, 60, no. 3,
Nov.

Funds allotted for educational projects, 197, no. 7, Mar.
Futterer, Susan O.: New books and pamphlets, 7, no.
1, Sept.; 44, no. 2. Oct.; 69, no. 3, Nov.; 77, no. 4,
Doc.; 133, no. 5, Jan.; 166, no. 6, Feb.; 200, no. 7,
Mar.; 220, no. 8, Apr.; 247, no. 9, May; 278, no. 10,
June.
Future Craftsmen of America, 114, no. 5, Jan.; ap-
proved by American Vocational Association, 88,
no. 4, Dec.; new organization, 118, no. 5, Jan.; plan
for organization, 49, no. 3, Nov.
Future Farmers of America (Ross), 45, no. 2, Oct.;
Calico Rock, Ark., 8, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; eighth
annual convention. Kansas City, Mo., 14, no. 1,
Sept.; exhibit at California Pacific International
Exposition, 37, no. 2, Oct.

Future for youth, 18-19, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Future Homemakers of America, 88, no. 4, Dec.
Futures in education (editorial), 88, no. 4, Dec.

G

Garvey primary reading tests published by Southern
California School Book Depository, 18, no. 1, Sept.
Gaumnitz, W. H.: High-school correspondence study,
70-71, no. 3, Nov.; in-service growth of county super-
intendents, 285-286, no. 10. June.

SCHOOL LIFE

General Education Board: Grant of 3 fellowships to
study technique of educational broadcasting, 140,
no. 6, Feb.; grant to Museum of Modern Art Film
Library, 18, no. 1, Sept.; survey of New York educa-
tion, 49, no 3, Nov.
Geographic Education in Elementary and Junior High
Schools, Harrisburg, Pa., 63, no. 3, Nov.
Geology: Motion pictures, National Park Service, 67,
no. 3, Nov.
George, R. I.: Message to children of London, 182, no.
7, Mar.

George Peabody College for Teachers, broadcast, 192,
no. 7, Mar.

George Washington Union, 226, no. 8, Apr.
George Washington University: Student union, 226,
no. 8, Apr.

George Washington's copybook, 138, no. 6, Feb.
Georgetown University: Bachelor of foreign services,
129, no. 5, Jan.
Georgia: Canning program, 119, no. 5, Jan.; F. F. A.
news, 199, no 7, Mar.; 227, no. 8, Apr.; 284, no. 10,
June; home economics class, 20, Supp., no. 2, Oct.;
P. T. A., 103, no. 4, Dec.; W P. A. project, 79, no. 4,
Dec.
Germany: Applications through diplomatic channels
to survey schools, 53, no. 3, Nov.; camp schools,
237, no. 9, May; Schullandheim, 238, no. 9, May.
Germany's changing education (Lindegren), 84-85,
no. 4, Dec.

Girl Scout camp, Oklahoma, all-Indian, 34, no. 2, Oct.
Givens, Willard E.: On educational opportunities, 105,
no. 5, Jan.

Glover, Katherine: Youth-adult hearings, 57, no. 3,
Nov.

Goal kicks for '36 (Studebaker), 105-106, no. 5, Jan.
Good reference bibliographies, page 4 of cover, no. 2,
Oct.; 243, no. 9, May.
Good tidings (editorial), 182, no. 7, Mar.
Goodykoontz, Bess: Cincinnati Survey, 50-51, no. 3,
Nov.; in charge of W. P. A. projects, 107, no. 5, Jan.;
Ladders of achievement in social studies, 234-236,
no. 9, May; represented Office of Education at
Seventh Pan-American Child Congress, Mexico
City, 41, no. 2, Oct.
Goshen, J. L.: House of the People in India, 6, 19, no.
1, Sept.
Government agencies, educational activities, 34, no. 2,
Oct.; 91, no. 4, Dec. See also In other Government
agencies.
Government aids for teachers, 24, no. 1, Sept.; 48, no.
2, Oct.; 72, no. 3, Nov.; 104, no. 4, Dec.; 136, no. 5,
Jan.; 158, no. 6, Feb.; 191, 194, no. 7, Mar.; 225, no. 8,
Apr.; 250, no. 9, May; 286, no. 10, June.
Graduate school of public administration, Harvard
University, 163, no. 6, Feb.

Graduate study in the United States (John), 20, no. 1,
Sept.
Graduates: Arthur Hill Trade School, Saginaw,
Mich., placed, 36, no. 2, Oct.; Bowdoin College
(Maine), occupations, 196, no. 7, Mar.; college, em-
ployed, 45, no. 2, Oct.; examinations, elementary
schools, 68, no. 3, Nov.; high-school and industrial
courses, New Kensington, Pa., 31, no. 2, Oct.; trade
and industrial courses, Massachusetts and Ohio, 281,
no. 10, June; Washington State College, 45, no. 2,
Oct.

Grand Rapids, Mich.: Counseling-placement, 55,
no. 3, Nov.
Grand Rapids Bar Association: Committee to study
public forum discussion, 13, no. 1, Sept.
Gray, Ruth A.: Recent theses, 7, no. 1, Sept.; 44, no.
2, Oct.; 69, no. 3, Nov.; 77, no. 4, Dec.; 133, no. 5, Jan.;
166, no. 6, Feb.; 200, no. 7, Mar.; 220, no. 8, Apr.; 247,
no 9, May: 278, 282, no. 10, June.
Great Britain: Camp schools, 237, no. 9, May.
Greene, Nelson L.: Elected president, Department of
Visual Education, N. E. A., 18, no. 1, Sept.
Greenleaf, Walter J.: Colleges, 22, no. 1, Sept.; 45, no.
2, Oct.; 65, no. 3, Nov.; 100, no. 4, Dec., 130, no. 5,
Jan.; 163-164, no. 6, Feb.; 196-197, no. 7, Mar.; 229-
230, no. 8, Apr.; 261, no. 9, May; 294-295, no. 10,
June; 1936 summer school talk, 239-242, 264, no. 9,
May; University farthest North, 111, 135, no. 5, Jan.
Greenwich, Conn.: Addition to high-school building,
11, no. 1, Sept.
Grinnell College: Placement of graduates, 261, no. 9,
May.

Group discussion: New books and pamphlets, 247, no.
9, May.
Guest editorial: Town Hall's second year, 122, no. 5,
Jan.

Guidance: Books and pamphlets, 77, no. 4, Dec.: 247.
no. 9, May; C. C. C. camps, 193-194, no. 7, Mar.;
problem children, 231, no. 8, Apr.; survey of Negroes
(Caliver), 179-180, no. 7, Mar.
Guideposts in education, page 4 of cover, no. 6, Feb.
Guides for studying comparative education (Abel),
123-124, no. 5, Jan.

Gymnasiums and the P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1, Sept.

H

Half billion drop, 276, no. 10, June.
Hamburger to books! 232, no. 8, Apr.
Hampton Institute, summer session, 261, no. 9, May.
Hamtramck, Mich.: School superintendent's report,
31, no. 2, Oct.

Handbook for curriculum development, Texas State
Department of Education, 229, no. 8, Apr.
Handicapped, California, 184-185, no. 7, Mar.
Handicapped children (Studebaker), 169, no. 7, Mar.
Handicrafts: New books and pamphlets, 133, no. 5,
Jan.

Hard facts and what vocational education has done to
meet them, 4-6, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Harris, William Torrey: Anniversary dinner, 49, no.
3, Nov.; centennial celebration tribute, 121, no. 5,
Jan.

Harrisburg, Pa.: Geographic education in elementary
and junior high schools, 63, no. 3, Nov.
Harvard University: Gift for graduate school of public
administration, 163, no. 6, Feb.; master of arts in
teaching, 294, no. 10, June; Ward Shepard to be
director of School of Forestry, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Hatfield, Lansing: Returns to Peabody Conservatory
of Music, 56, no. 3, Nov.
Hawaii: Added to list of cooperators under terms of
National Vocational Rehabilitation Act, 15, no. 1,
Sept.; citizenship in schools, 255, 263, no. 9, May;
home economics instruction, 37, no. 2, Oct.; practical
homemaking, 22, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; public schools
(Cook), 205-206, 228, no. 8, Apr.; rehabilitation of
disabled persons, 281, no. 10, June; school cafeterias
(Cook), 292–293, no. 10, June.
Haynes, P. G.: On vocational agriculture in Texas,
184, no. 7, Mar.

He deregimented schools (John), 121, no. 5, Jan.
Health education: Hawaii, 228, no. 8, Apr.; 292-293,
no. 10, June; Indian schools, 91, no. 4, Dec.; London
Schools, 76, no. 4, Dec.

Hell-week, North Dakota Agricultural College, 230,
no. 8, Apr.

Henderson, W. D.: Cooperation of University of
Michigan with the CCC 62, no. 3, Nov.
Hennigan, Mary V.: Cover design for SCHOOL LIFE,
23, no. 1, Sept.

Herlihy, Lester B.: Urban and rural school expendi-
tures, 272, no. 10, June.

High schools: California, safety education, 195, no. 7,
Mar.; correspondence study (Gaumnitz), 70-71,
no. 3, Nov.; correspondence study courses, North
Dakota Agricultural College, 230, no. 8, Apr.; guide
to motion pictures, 227, no. 8, Apr.; Jacksonville,
Fla., part-time vocational courses, 37, no. 2, Oct.;
Lawrence, Kans., open to C. C. C. enrollees, 38, no. 2,
Oct.; new books and pamphlets, 220, no. 8, Apr.;
new magazine for teachers, 1, no. 1, Sept.; Ohio,
adult education, 118, no. 5, Jan.; P. W. A., 10-12,
no. 1, Sept.; salesmanship courses, 20, no. 1, Sept.;
students, instruction in physiology and hygiene,
261-262, no. 9, May; survey, St. Louis, 130, no. 5,
Jan.; survey, Washington, 154, no. 6, Feb.; teachers
find Hollywood Spectator useful, 227, no. 8, Apr.;
testing programs, 18, no. 1, Sept.; vocational agricul-
ture students, 43, no. 2, Oct. See also Secondary
education.

High schools (small), 129, no. 5, Jan.; study by New
York State Education Department, 130, no. 5, Jan.
Higher education: Function of government, 100, no. 4,
Dec.; Germany, 84-85, no. 4, Dec.; outlook for 1935-36
(Badger), 64-65, no. 3, Nov.; State funds, 215, 228,
no. 8, Apr. See also Colleges; Land-grant Colleges;
under name of individual institution.
Higher institutions: Hotel management courses, 230,
no. 8, Apr. See also Colleges; Land-grant colleges;
under name of individual institution.
Highlights on America's youth problem (Cammell),
74-75, no. 4, Dec.

Hill, Frank Ernest: Author of The School in the Camps,
25, no. 2, Oct.

Hippocratic Oath, 214, no. 8, Apr.

Hirst, Claude M.: Appointed Director of Education
for Alaska, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Hobbies, 26-27, 29, no. 2, Oct.
Holland: Death rate for children, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Holland, Kenneth: Arts and crafts in the C. C. C.,
186, 188, no. 7, Mar.

Holland, Mich.: Continuation school, 119, no. 5, Jan.
Hollywood Spectator useful to high-school teachers, 227,
no. 8, Apr.

Holmes, Chester W.: Uniforms for high-school girls,
41, no. 2, Oct.
Holyoke, Mass., School Board: Sick leave for teachers
increased, 260, no. 9, May.

Home and family life, essentials, 279, 282, no. 10, June.
Home economics, 20, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; education
(Richards), 21, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; Hawaii, 37, no. 2,
Oct.; Louisiana, class cares for needy children, 11,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.; Ohio, 118, no. 5, Jan.; Oregon,
281, no. 10, June; 17 years, 98-99, no. 4, Dec.; teachers
making study of home conditions of pupils, Oregon,
185, no. 7, Mar.; teachers, Virginia, 36, no. 2, Oct.
Home projects, Texas, 80, no. 4, Dec.
Home study issue (Rogers), 5, 13, no. 1, Sept.
Homemaking education, 98-99, no. 4, Dec.; 212-213,
no. 8, Apr.; 282, no. 10, June; cottage, Broad Ripple
High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 154, no. 6, Feb.;
Essex County, Mass., 281, no. 10, June; Hawaii, 22,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.; vocational education, 5, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.; Woodbine, Iowa, 14, no. 1, Sept.
Honor courses, University of Iowa, 45, no. 2, Oct.
Honors to Chief Clerk Kalbach, 109, no. 5, Jan.
Hoover, J. Edgar: Fingerprinting school children, 2-3,
no. 1, Sept.

Hopkins, Harry: Unemployment, 1, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Hopkins on log, 276, no. 10, June.
Horace: Two-thousandth birthday celebration, 53,
no. 3, Nov.

Hostels for youth, New England, 23, no. 1, Sept.
Hotel management courses, higher institutions, 230,
no. 8, Apr.

House of the People in India (Goshen), 6, 19, no. 1,
Sept.
Housemaids, training service and placement, Phoenix,
Ariz., 54, no. 3, Nov.
Housing: Films, news flashes, 67, no. 3, Nov.

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How to judge: Motion pictures, 227, no. 8, Apr.; radio
programs, 227, no. 8, Apr.

Howard University: Secretary Ickes' address before
student body, 207, no. 8, Apr.
Hurley-Wright Building, picture, 28, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.

Hygiene instruction, high-school students, 262, no. 9,
May.
I

Icelandic language courses, Cornell University, 261,
no. 9, May.

Ickes, Mrs. Obituary, 8, no. 1, Sept.
Ickes, Harold L.: America has set the pace, 207, no.
8, Apr.; conservation, 266, no. 10, June; teachers, 150,
no. 6, Feb.

Idaho Education Association: Report on teacher
salaries and cost of living, 31, no. 2, Oct.

I. E. C. W., Blackfeet, Mont., 231, no. 8, Apr.
Illinois: New State supervisor plan, 31, no. 2, Oct.
Importance of library catalog (Lee), 181, 194, no. 7,
Mar.

In a King's reign (Rogers), 76, no. 4, Dec.

In educational research (Segel), 130-131, no. 5, Jan.;
164, no. 6, Feb.; 197, no. 7, Mar.; 231, no. 8, Apr.;
261-262, no. 9, May; 295-296, no. 10, June.

In memoriam (Editorial), 8, no. 1, Sept.

In 1936 for education, 101, no. 4, Dec.

In other countries (Abel), 165, 167, no. 6, Feb.; 198-
199, no. 7, Mar.; 231-232, no. 8, Apr.; 296, no. 10,
June.

In other Government agencies, 131, no. 5, Jan.; 164-165,
no. 6, Feb.; 197-198, no. 7, Mar.; 231, no. 8, Apr.;
262-263, no. 9, May.

In public schools (Deffenbaugh), 162-163, no. 6, Feb.;
195, no. 7, Mar.; 229, no. 8, Apr.; 260, no. 9, May;
294, no. 10, June.

In the libraries (Vought), 19, no. 1, Sept.; 71, no. 3,
Nov.; 85, 103, no. 4, Dec.; 131, no. 5, Jan.
Income, higher institutions, 64-65, no. 3, Nov.
Indian Achievement Medal award to Dr. Henry Roe
Cloud, 131, no. 5, Jan.

Indian art represented in murals, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Indian education, 17, no. 1, Sept.; 34, no. 2, Oct.; 68,
no. 3, Nov.; 91, no. 4, Dec.; 131, no. 5, Jan.; 165, no.
6, Feb.

Indian Emergency Conservation Work. See 1. E.
C. W.

Indian enrollment in 4-H club work, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Indian Reorganization Act: Loans to Indians, 262,
no. 9, May.

Indian school cooperation bills, 17, no. 1, Sept.
Indian Service, 197-198, no. 7, Mar.; 231, no. 8, Apr.;
262, no. 9, May.
Indiana: State Department of Public Instruction,
classification of public schools, 260, no. 9, May;
W. P. A. survey of vocational fields, 256, no. 9, May.
Indians inhabiting the Western Hemisphere, 131, no.
5, Jan.

Indoctrination, London, 32, no. 2, Oct.
Industrial arts: Recommendations of Cincinnati Sur-
vey, 51, no. 3, Nov.; trends, 149, 160, no. 6, Feb.
Industrial education needs surveyed by Office of
Education, 37, no. 2, Oct.
Industrial worker and vocational education, 4, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.

Industrialists as student advisers, Rutgers University,
261, no. 9, May.

Infant instruction, Portugal, 189, no. 7, Mar.
Influence abroad of American education (Lorain),
209-210, no. 8, Apr.

In-service growth of county superintendents (Gaum-
nitz), 285-286, no. 10, June.

Institute for Education by Radio, annual meeting, 227,
no. 8, Apr.; proceedings of meeting, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Institute of School Experimentation: Report of work,
18, no. 1, Sept.
Instruction: Improvement, Mississippi, 130, no. 5,
Jan.; itinerant plan, 184, no. 7, Mar.
Intelligence: Mexican children measured, 295, no. 10,
June; should be shared, 8, no. 1, Sept.
Intelligence tests, Alaskan natives, 18, no. 1, Sept.
International Bureau of Education, 124, no. 5, Jan.;
General Secretary visitor to United States, 237-238,
no. 9, May.
International Bureau of Technical Education, 124, no.
5, Jan.

International Commission on Instruction in Mathe-
matics, 124, no. 5, Jan.
International Conference on Public Education, Gen-
eva: Recommendations, 165,167, no. 6, Feb.
International Federation of National Associations of
Teachers in Public Secondary Schools, 124, no. 5, Jan.
International Folk Dance Festival, 66-67, no. 3, Nov.
International guest, 237, no. 9, May.
International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation,
124, no. 5, Jan.; published new book in broadcasting,
18, no. 1, Sept.
International relations: New books and pamphlets,
278, no. 10, June.
International Society for Business Education, 124, no.

5, Jan.

International Society on Commercial Education,
meeting, Czechoslovakia, 116. 132, no. 5, Jan.
Intra-family relationships and pupil adjustinent,
study, 164, no. 6, Feb.

Iowa: F. F. A. news bulletin, 259, no. 9, May; teach-
ers' salaries restored, 182, no. 7, Mar.
Iowa plane geometry aptitude test published by
Bureau of Educational Research and Service,
University of Iowa, 18, no. 1, Sept.

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Jackson, Miss.: Clubs, 117, 120, no. 5, Jan.
Jacksonville, Fla.: Cooperative vocational education
course, 37, no. 2, Oct.

Janitors go to school, Minneapolis, Minn., 162, no. 6,
Feb.

Jefferies, Richard: On going to do a thing, 76, no. 4,
Dec.

Jefferson County Library, Port Neches, Tex., 232, no.
8, Apr.
Jersey City, N. J.: Bureau of Special Service, 157, no.
6, Feb.; "The Voice of Safety", 43, no. 2, Oct.
Jessen, Carl A.: Direction of secondary education, 175-
176, 190, no. 7, Mar.; survey of youth, 273-275, no.
10, June.

Jewish students, Pennsylvania State College, 65, no. 3,
Nov.

Job-Finders' Club, Cleveland, Ohio, 75, no. 4, Dec.
Job training in the C. C. C. (Oxley), 93, 90, no. 4, Dec.
Jobs for special groups, 81, no. 4, Dec.
John, Walton C.: Graduate study in the United States,
20, no. 1, Sept.; he deregimented schools, 121, no. 5,
Jan.
Johnston, Edgar G.: On community forums, 92, no. 4,
Dec.

Jordan, Mark: Typical vocational teacher, 10-11,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Journalism curriculum, Rutgers University, 163, no. 6,
Feb.

Julius Rosenwald Fund aiding in improvement of
school plant, 195, no. 7. Mar.
Junior college centers, 130, no. 5, Jan.
Junior high school principals exchanged, 103, no. 4, Dec.
Juvenile unemployment, Bradford, England, 167, no. 6,
Feb.

K

Kalamazoo Public Schools
❤ · an interpreta-
tion, 31, no. 2, Oct.
Kalbach, Lewis A.: Retirement, 109, no. 5, Jan.
Kandel, I. L.: On Division of Comparative Education,
Office of Education, 276, no. 10, June.

Kansas: F. F. A. news, 259, no. 9, May; 284, no. 10,
June.

Kansas City, Mo., public schools: Radio program, 101,
no. 4, Dec.
Kansas State College: Summer session, 242, no. 9,
May.

Kansas State Teachers College: C. C. C. enrollees as
students, 38, no. 2, Oct.
Keesecker, Ward W.: Recent educational legislation,
145-146, no. 6, Feb.

Kelley, Frederick J.: Frustrations of youth, 204, no. 8,
Apr.
Kentucky: James H. Richmond resigned as State
superintendent of schools, 85, no. 4, Dec.; State
Department of Public Instruction, school attend-
ance service. 260, no. 9, May.
Keystone Ophthalmic Telebinocular tests, 295, no. 10,
June.
Kindergarten teaching: New books and pamphlets,
220, no. 8, Apr.
Kindergartens: Legislative action, 170, 176, 190, no. 7,
Mar.; value, 23, no. 1, Sept.

King George: Jubilee Message to London school chil-
dren, page 4 of cover, no. 1, Sept.; 182, no. 7, Mar.
Kiwanis Club, New Jersey, donated muscial instru-
ments and other equipment to C. C. C. camps, 38,
no. 2, Oct.
Knight, Edgar W.: Faith in education, 246, no. 9,
May.
Knoxville, Tenn.: School visitors, 260, no. 9, May.
Kohlhagen, Bertha: Directing home economics survey,
Oregon, 185, no. 7, Mar.

Koon, Cline M.: Electrifying education, 18, no. 1,
Sept.; 46, no. 2, Oct.; 67, no. 3, Nov.; 101, no. 4,
Dec.; 108, no. 5, Jan.; 140, no. 6, Feb.; 192, no. 7,
Mar.; 227, no. 8, Apr; 236, no. 9, May; 271, no. 10,
June.

L

Ladders of achievement in social studies (Goody-
koontz), 234-236, no. 9, May.

Lafayette College, Pa.: Alumni college. 196, no. 7, Mar.
Lafromboise, Joe: On why he likes school, 198, no. 7,
Mar.

Lalor Foundation (editorial), 276, no. 10, June.
Lambertville, N. J.: Part-time course in farm shop
work, 154, no. 6, Feb.
Land-grant colleges: Bankhead-Jones Act, 22, no. 1,
Sept.; graduates qualified to teach, 229, no. 8, Apr.;
new circular, 100, no. 4, Dec.; salaries, 196, no. 7,
Mar.; summer sessions, 239-242, 264, no. 9, May;
waiting list for enrollment, 45, no. 2, Oct.
Lane, C. H.: Part-time students in farming, 155, no.
6, Feb.

Lantern slides, Government, 48, no. 2, Oct.; 250, no. 9,
May.

5

Lathrop, Edith A.: School leaflets, 183, no. 7, Mar.
Lawrence, Clark W.: Cover design for SCHOOL LIFE,
23, no. 1, Sept.

Lawrence, Kans.: High schools open to C. C. C. en-
rollees, 38, no. 2, Oct.

Laws on school attendance, 47, no. 2, Oct.
Lectures, Government, 48, no. 2, Oct.

Lee, Agnes: Importance of library catalog, 181, 194,
no. 7, Mar.

Legislation, educational, 145-146, no. 6, Feb.
Legislative action for young children (Davis), 170, 176,
190, no. 7, Mar.
Lehigh University: Seniors offer constructive criti-
cism, 261, no. 9, May.

Leisure-time activities, C. C. C. camps, 186, 188, no.
7, Mar.; 258-259, no. 9, May.

Length of school term, 113, 134, no. 5, Jan.

Leslie, Ga.: Canning centers for relief families, 2, 3,
Supp., no. 2, Oct.

Lesson outlines, 167, no. 6, Feb.

Lewiston, Idaho: Lumber grading classes, 118, no. 5,
Jan.

Liberia: 3-year educational program, 231-232, no. 8,
Apr.

Liberty celebrates (editorial), 182, no. 7, Mar.
Libraries, 19, no. 1, Sept.; aids, 77, no. 4, Dec.; direc-
tory, 71, no. 3, Nov.; elementary school, Poughkeep-
sie, N. Y., 229, no. 8, Apr.; P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1,
Sept. See also In libraries.
Library leaflets, 264, no. 9, May.
Library, Office of Education, 143, 146, no. 6, Feb.;
bibliographical service, 243, 264, no. 9, May; catalog,
181, 194, no. 7, Mar.; reference work, 219, 222, no. 8,
Apr.

Library of Museum of Science and Industry, bibli-
ographies, 160, no. 6, Feb.

Library Operations, new book, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Library service, Virginia, 195, no. 7, Mar.
Library-trained teachers, 19, no. 1, Sept.
Lincoln, Abraham, 137, no. 6, Feb.
Lindegren, Alina M.: Germany's changing education,
84-85, no. 4, Dec.

Lions Club, Port Neches, Tex.: Established public
library, 232, no. 8, Apr.

Littauer, Lucius N.: Gives $2,000,000 to Harvard
University, 163, no. 6, Feb.

Lived his faith (editorial), 246, no. 9, May.
Lloyd, John H.: A. V. A. convention, 114, no. 5, Jan.;
education in the news, 82-83, no. 4, Dec.; reproduc-
tions from a famous copybook, 138, no. 6, Feb.
Loans to Indians under Indian Reorganization Act,
262, no. 9, May.

Local school units, 221-222, no. 8, Apr.; organization,
161, no. 6, Feb.; report on project, 161, no. 6, Feb.
Lombard, Ellen C.: Parent education's first 10 years,
148, 160, no. 6, Feb.

London: Camp schools, 237, no. 9, May; indoctrina-
tion, 32, no. 2, Oct.; school health report, comments,
76, no. 4, Dec.
Loram, Charles T.: Influence abroad of American
education, 209-210, no. 8, Apr.

Los Angeles, Calif.: New publication on social services,
63, no. 3, Nov.; rehabilitation agencies, 257, no. 9,
May; University of International Relations, Bachelor
of foreign service, 129, no. 5, Jan.
Louisiana: F. F. A. news, 227, no. 8, Apr.; home eco-
nomics class cares for needy children, 11, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.; State University, summer session, 242, no. 9,
May.

Lumber graders trained, Lewiston, Idaho, 118, no. 5,
Jan.
Lunchrooms, schools, Weymouth, Mass., 192, no. 7,
Mar.

Lyme, Conn.: Schoolhouse construction, 102-103, no. 4,
Dec.

Lyons, Vernon: On staff of Brookings Institution to
study educational uses of radio, 46, no. 2, Oct.

M

MacDonald, Arthur: Obituary, 199, no. 7, Mar.
Maddy, Dr.: Radio music courses, Michigan, 101, no. 4,
Dec.
Madison (Wis.) Vocational School, 75. no. 4, Dec.
Maid-service class, Florida, 21, Supp, no. 2, Oct.
Make yourself a job: Suggestions for self-help, 196, no.7,
Mar.

Maltby, Robert D. Obituary, 178, no. 7, Mar.
Manniche, Peter: Visitor to Office of Education, 220,
no. 8, Apr.
Manual and Outline of Instruction for Use in the C. C. C.
Educational Program, page 4 of cover, Supp., no. 2,
Oct.
Manwiller Word Recognition Test, 79, no. 4, Doc.
Map: "Indian Episodes of New York", available, 17,
no. 1, Sept.; National Park Service, page 4 of cover,
no. 9, May.

Maps (Government), 24, no. 1, Sept.; 72, no. 3, Nov.;
128, no. 5, Jan.; 158, no. 6, Feb.; 225, no, 8, Apr.
Mark Hopkins centennial, 276, no. 10, June.
Marriage and the family: Courses at Washington
State College, 230, no, 8, Apr.
Martens, Elise H.: Coordination for exceptional chil-
dren, 126-128, no. 5, Jan.; exceptional children and
the depression, 156-157, 161, no. 6, Feb.; five impor
tant conferences, 28-29, no. 2, Oct.; for exceptional
children, 85, 92, no. 4, Dec.
Maryland: F. F. A. news, 199, no. 7, Mar.
Massachusetts: Exceptional children, 126, no. 5, Jan.;
157, no. 6, Feb.; increased demand for vocational
school graduates, 212, no. 8, Apr.; study of graduates
of trade and industrial courses, 281, no. 10, June;
Vocational rehabilitation, 36, no. 2, Oct.

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Master of arts in teaching, 294, no. 10, June.
Master's degree, standards, 289-290, no. 10, June.
Material for programs, 183, no. 7, Mar.

Mathematics Essential for Elementary Statistics, new
text, 68, no. 3, Nov.

McAndrean Oath, 214, no. 8, Apr.

McAndrew, William: Teachers' oath, 214, no. 8, Apr.
McCabe, Martha R.: Bibliographical service, Office of
Education Library, 243, 264, no. 9, May.
McCarl, J. R.: Teaching Communism, 60-61, no. 3,
Nov.

McCarthy, H. B.: Granted fellowship to study educa-
tional use of radio in Europe, 18, no. 1, Sept.
McClelland, John B.: On part-time vocational agri-
culture classes, 36-37, no. 2, Oct.
McKinley High School, Honolulu, Hawali, 255, 263,
no. 9, May.

McNeely, John H.: Federal student aid for 109,000,
147, 161, no. 6, Feb.; State funds and higher educa-
tion, 215, 228, no. 8, Apr.

Measurement today (Segel), 18, no. 1, Sept.; 68, no. 3,
Nov.; 79, no. 5, Dec.

Medina, Ohio: F. F. A. on annual trip, 43, no. 2, Oct.
Meetings (Ryan), 7, 23, no. 1, Sept.; 44-45, no. 2, Oct.;
69, no. 3, Nov.; 77, 83, no. 4, Dec.; 134, no. 5, Jan.;
167, no. 6, Feb.; 178, no. 7, Mar.; 232, no. 8, Apr.; 246,
no. 9, May; 275, no. 10, June.
Mentally retarded children, Massachusetts, 126, no. 5,
Jan.; New York, 126-127, no. 5, Jan.
Menzie, Dr.: On school health, London, 76, no. 4, Dec.
Message from the King, page 4 of cover, no. 1, Sept.;
182, no. 7, Mar.

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., financial survey of
physical defects, 131, no. 5, Jan.
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Film on The American
Wing, 46, no. 2, Oct.
Mexico: Measurement of children's intelligence, 295,
no. 10, June; teachers as guides, 142, no. 6, Feb.
Michigan: C. C. C. camps, 129, no. 5, Jan.; corre-
spondence courses, study, 129, no. 5, Jan.; counsel-
ing-placement, 54-55, no. 3, Nov.; Eugene B. Elliott,
new superintendent of schools, 85, no. 4, Dec.; even-
ing vocational classes, 184, no. 7, Mar.; exceptional
children, 157, no. 6, Feb.; vocational education
placement, 281, no. 10, June.

Michigan Council on Education, meeting, 229, no. 8,
Apr.

Middlebury College (Vt.), Bread Loaf School of
English: Summer school, 261, no. 9, May.
Miles, H. E.: Continuation school anniversary, 4, no.
1, Sept.

Milwaukee, Wis.: Newsboys' clubs, 260, no. 9, May;
school director introduced resolution for high-school
girls to wear smocks, 41, no. 2, Oct.
Minneapolis, Minn.: Janitors go to school, 162, no. 6,
Feb.; report of superintendent of schools, 31, no. 2,
Oct.
Minnesota: Coordinator in vocational education, 185,
no. 7, Mar.; vocational training, 212, no 8, Apr.;
W. P. A. project, 79, no. 4, Dec.
Mississippi: Adult education, 103, no.4, Dec.; Program
for the Improvement of Instruction, new bulletin, 130,
no. 5, Jan.; State College, summer session, 241, no. 9,
May; State Department of Education, F. E. R. A.
adult education courses, 103, no. 4, Dec.; W. P. A.
project, 79, no. 4, Dec.
Missouri: F. F. A. news, 227, no. 8, Apr.; 259, no. 9,
May; resumed appropriations to match Federal
funds for vocational rehabilitation, 15, no. 1, Sept.
Modern Goliath, book by Milton Anderson on talking
pictures for schools and churches, 108, no. 5, Jan.
Modern homemaking department (Fallgatter), 279,
282, no. 10, June.

Modern pioneers of Calico Rock, 8, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Monahan, A. C.: To survey Indian secondary schools
and nonreservation Indian vocational schools, 17,
no. 1, Sept.

Money, new primer, 31, no. 2, Oct.
Monroe Doctrine, new primer, 31, no. 2, Oct.
Montana: F. F. A. news, 43, no. 2, Oct.; 199, no. 7,
Mar.; 259, no. 9, May; score card for graded elemen-
tary schools, 229, no. 8, Apr.; State Board of Voca-
tional Education inaugurates Diesel engine course,
119, no. 5, Jan.; vocational agriculture students earn
money, 81, no. 4, Dec.
Monument to a teacher, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 296,
no. 10, June.
Motion pictures: Appreciation, 271, no. 10, June;
bibliography, 46, no. 2, Oct.; booklet on how to judge,
227, no. 8, Apr.; bookmarks, 41, no. 2, Oct.; course,
New York University, 192, no. 7, Mar.; educational,
108, no. 5, Jan.; exhibition, 67, no. 3, Nov.; Federal
Housing Administration, 67, no. 3, Nov.; National
Park Service, 67, no. 3, Nov.; radio conference, 271,
no. 10, June; service maintained by universities and
colleges, 101, no. 4, Dec.; sound films of the habits and
songs of vanishing species of birds, 22, no. 1, Sept.;
study of verbal accompaniments, 18, no. 1, Sept.;
used in commencement program, Central Middle
Trades School, New York City, 15, no. 1, Sept.
Mundy World's Fair Jubilee Octet, Wayne University,
Mich., 100, no. 4, Dec.

Murphy, Ray: On teachers' oaths, 214, no. 8, Apr.
Murray State Teachers College: James H. Richmond,
president, 85, no. 4, Dec.

Muscle Shoals: Lecture-forum, 262, no. 9, May.

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N. E. A. See National Education Association.
National Advisory Council on Radio in Education,
proceedings of meetings, 140, no. 6, Feb.
National Association of Educational Broadcasters:
New officers, 46, no. 2, Oct.

National Audio-Visual Survey, Office of Education,
271, no. 10, June.
National Cinema Workshop and Appreciation League,
Southern California, 108, no. 5, Jan.
National Committee on Education by Radio, new
officers, 46, no. 2, Oct.

National Conference of Social Work, 204, no. 8, Apr.
National Conference on Schoolhouse Construction,
address, 78-79, no. 4, Dec.
National Conference on Supervised Correspondence
Study, report, 70-71, no. 3, Nov.

National Congress of Parents and Teachers: Resolu-
tion on public forums, 276, no. 10, June; William H.
Bristow, general secretary, 229, no, 8, Apr.
National Congress of Vocational Agricultural Stu-
dents, meeting, 43, no. 2, Oct.

National Council of State Superintendents and Com-
missioners of Education: Resolution, 150, no. 6, Feb.
National Council of Teachers of English, radio com-
mittee, 67, no. 3, Nov.
National Education Association: Increased member-
ship, 182, no. 7, Mar.; meeting, Denver, Colo., 21,
no. 1, Sept.; policies commission, 105, no. 5, Jan.
National Education Association, Department of
Elementary School Principals, Fourteenth Year-
book, 22, no. 1, Sept.
National Education Association, Department of
Superintendence: President Roosevelt's letter read
by Commissioner Studebaker, 203, no. 8, Apr.;
radio calendar, page 4 of cover, no. 4, Dec.; St. Louis
meeting, 218, 228, no. 8, Apr.
National Education Association, Department of
Supervisors and Directors of Instruction: Bibli-
ography on teaching aids, 140, no. 6, Feb.; 236, no. 9,
May.
National Education Association, Department of Visual
Education: Nelson L. Greene elected president, 18,
no. 1, Sept.
National Educational Film Survey, 236, no. 9, May.
National Film Society of Canada, 271, no. 10, June.
National Grange offers prize for outstanding State
associations of F. F. A., 43, no. 2, Oct.
National Industrial Conference Board sees lack of
skilled mechanics, 23, no. 1, Sept.
National Institute of Public Affairs, 197, no. 7, Mar.
National League of Women Voters: Issued pamphlet
entitled The Public Library as a Government Service,
19, no. 1, Sept.
National Park Service: Map of areas, page 4 of cover,
no. 9, May; new talking motion pictures on geology,
67, no. 3, Nov.
National Resources Committee: Conclusions of sur-
vey, 91, no. 4, Dec.

National Safety Council: New visual aids, 101, no. 4,
Dec.
National Survey of Secondary Education: Descriptive
folders, 13, no. 1, Sept.; popular, 120, no. 5, Jan.
National Survey of the Education of Teachers: De-
scriptive folders, 13, no. 1, Sept.
National Visual Instruction Survey: Blanks sent out,
192, no. 7, Mar.; extensive use of radio programs, 236,
no. 9, May; progressing, 227, no. 8, Apr.
National Youth Administration, 1, no. 1, Sept.; 105,
no. 5, Jan.

Nationality seminar rooms, University of Pittsburgh's
Cathedral of Learning, 261, no. 9, May.
Natural history: Third dimension books, 46, no. 2, Oct.
Navajo day schools, 165, no. 6, Feb.

NBC: Merchandise mart, Chicago, announcements of
educational broadcasts, 140, no. 6, Feb.; music appre-
ciation hour, 46, no. 2, Oct.; radio program, Future
Craftsmen of America, 114, no. 5, Jan.
Nebraska: Clothing construction class, 20, Supp., no.
2, Oct.; rehabilitation, 80-81, no. 4, Dec.
Negro education (Blose), 59, no. 3, Nov.; 210, no. 8,
Apr.; guidance studies, W. P. A. projects, 105, no. 5,
Jan.
Negro part-time vocational agricultural project, Fay-
ette County, Tenn., 54, no. 3, Nov.
Negro students, studies by Arthur Floyd, 155, no. 6,
Feb.
Negroes: Colleges, 187, no. 7, Mar.; Federal aid, 40–41,
no. 2, Oct.; guidance survey, 179-180, no. 7, Mar.;
1-room rural school, 113, 134, no. 5, Jan.; survey of
Vocational education and guidance, W. P. A. funds,
107, no. 5, Jan.; vocational education and guidance,
151, no. 6, Feb.

Nelson, Maria: Vocational home economics teacher,
Woodbine, Iowa, employed 12 mothers instead of 9,
14, no. 1, Sept.
Nevada: Rehabilitation service, 257, no. 9, May.
New books and pamphlets (Futterer), 7, no. 1, Sept.;
44, no. 2, Oct.; 69, no. 3, Nov.; 77, no. 4, Dec.; 133,
no. 5, Jan.; 166, no. 6, Feb.; 200, no. 7, Mar.; 220,
no. 8, Apr.; 247, no. 9, May; 278, no. 10, June.

New deal in schoolhousing (Smith), 78-79, no. 4, Dec.
New England: C. C. C. program in arts and crafts,
186, 188, no. 7, Mar.; youth hostels, 23, no. 1, Sept.
New Government aids for teachers (Ryan), 24, no. 1,
Sept.; 48, no. 2, Oct.; 72, no. 3, Nov.; 104, no. 4, Dec.;
136, no. 5, Jan.; 158, no. 6, Feb.; 191, 194, no. 7, Mar.;
225, no. 8, Apr.; 250, no. 9, May; 286, no. 10, June.
New Hampshire: F. F. A. news, 284, no. 10, June.
New Haven, Conn.: Directory of local recreational
and educational opportunities, 120, no. 5, Jan.
New horizons for the physically disabled, 23, Supp.,
no. 2, Oct.

New Jersey: Character education, elementary and
high schools, 229, no. 8, Apr.

New Kensington, Pa.: Survey of graduates of high-
school and industrial courses, 31, no. 2, Oct.
New Mexico: Rehabilitation projects, 257, no. 9, May;
State College, summer session, 242, no. 9, May;
survey of radio service, 140, no. 6, Feb.; unemployed
building their own school, 2, 3, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
New publication, 282, no. 10, June; Office of Education,
136, no. 5, Jan.

New standards (Eells), 42-43, no. 2, Oct.
New State appointments, 162, no. 6, Feb.
New York: College enrollments, 196, no. 7, Mar.;
College of Agriculture, Cornell University, youth
program, 75, no. 4, Dec.; Commission on Ventilation,
experiments, 262, no. 9, May; cost of curriculum, 49,
no. 3, Nov.; F. F. A. news, 199, no. 7, Mar.; Public
Library, 71, no. 3, Nov.; State Education Depart-
ment, study of small high schools, 130, no. 5, Jan.;
State emergency nursery schools, 176, no. 7, Mar.;
unemployed being trained, 17, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
New York City: Board of Education, sponsored forum
activities, 13, no. 1, Sept.; Bureau of Child Guidance,
157, no. 6, Feb.; Children's Court, 126, no. 5, Jan.;
report of superintendent of schools, 195, no. 7, Mar.
New York University: Course in motion picture
appreciation, 192, no. 7, Mar.; programs of studies
for forum leadership, 182, no. 7, Mar.
New Zealand: Death rate for children, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Newark, N.J.: Causes of pupils' absences from school,
162-163, no. 6, Feb.

Newsboys' clubs, Milwaukee, Wis., 260, no. 9, May.
Newspaper editorial comment on teaching Commu-
nism in D. C. schools, 61, no. 3, Nov.
Newtonville, Mass., public schools broadcasting, 108,
no. Jan.

1936 summer session trek (Greenleaf), 239-242, 264, no.
9, May.

No blues at St. Louis meeting (Boutwell), 218, 228,
no. 8, Apr.

Normal schools, Portugal, 189-190, no. 7, Mar.
Norris Dam: Vocational training, 262, no. 9, May.
North Adams, Mass.: Classes at Y. M. C. A. for
C. C. C. enrollees, 38, no. 2, Oct.
North American children: Paintings on exhibit, 197,
no. 7, Mar.

North Carolina: Contest for improvement of school
plants, 195, no. 7, Mar.; F. F. A, news, 199, no. 7,
Mar.; State College of Agriculture and Engineering,
summer session, 241, no. 9, May; unemployed being
trained, 17, Supp., no. 2, Oct.

North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools: Data collected on high-school trends, 162,
no. 6, Feb.

North Dakota Agricultural College: Hell-week, 230,
no. 8, Apr.; high-school correspondence study
courses, 230, no. 8, Apr.
Northeast: F. F. A. news, 227, no. 8, Apr.
Norway: Death rate for children, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Note of cheer (editorial), 246, no. 9, May.
Nursery schools, 170, 176, no. 7, Mar.; England and
Wales, 198, no. 7, Mar.; Indian Service, 34, no. 2,
Oct.; syllabus, 19, no. 1, Sept.; W. P. A., 198, no. 7,
Mar.

Nutrition, London school children, 76, no. 4, Dec.
N. Y. A., 198, no. 7, Mar.; Federal student aid program
147, 161, no. 6, Feb. See also National Youth Admin-
istration.

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Oaths, 214, no. 8, Apr.
Occupations: Graduates, Bowdoin College (Maine),
196, no. 7, Mar.; parents, Ohio State University, 230,
no. 8, Apr.; Pennsylvania State College students,
230, no. 8, Apr.

Office employment students, cooperative part-time
program, 281, no. 10, June.
Office of Education: Bibliographies, 46, no. 2, Oct.;
bibliography on discussion meetings, open forums,
panels, and conferences, 34, no. 2, Oct.; broadcast,
Education in the news, 182, no. 7, Mar.; bulletin
guide for new primary school in India, 6, 19, no. 1,
Sept.; bulletin on agricultural education, 119, no. 5,
Jan.; bulletin on forums, 92, no. 4, Dec.; circular on
land-grant college salaries, 196, no. 7, Mar.; circular
on sources of educational films and equipment, 67,
no. 3, Nov.; circular One dollar or less, 135, no. 5,
Jan.; conducted Cincinnati Survey, 25, no. 2, Oct.;
50-51, no. 3, Nov.; conferences, 28-29, no. 2, Oct.;
cooperating with State divisions of vocational educa-
tion to place students on farms, 280, no. 10, June;
cooperating with American Council on Education in
survey of educational films, 67, no. 3, Nov.; corre-
spondence, 32, no. 2, Oct.; C. W. A. survey of deaf
and hard-of-hearing, 120, no. 5, Jan.; Division of
Comparative Education, 276, no. 10, June; emer-
gency agencies, 24-26, Supp., no. 2, Oct.; exhibit
books of report cards, 48, no. 2, Oct.; Federal appro-
priations, 101, no. 4, Dec.; Federal research project,
291-292, no. 10, June; film survey, 236, no. 9, May;
Florence Fallgatter appointed chief of home eco-
nomics service, 128, no. 5, Jan.; forum project, 216-
217, no. 8, Apr.; free bibliographies and circulars,

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