Billeder på siden
PDF
ePub
[blocks in formation]

780823

C

INDEX, SCHOOL LIFE, VOLUME XXI

À

B

A la carte survey of New York, 49, no. 3, Nov.
A. A. A. and vocational education, 6, 9-10, Supp., no. 2,

Oct.
A, V.A.convention, 54, no.3, Nov.; 114, no.5, Jan,
Abhott, Waldo: Author of textbook on broadcasting,

271, no. 10, June.
Abel, James F.: Anna Tolman Smith, 30-31, no. 2, Oct.;
education in Portugal, 189-190, no. 7, Mar.; gnides
for studying comparative education, 123-124, no. 5,
Jan.; in other countries, 165, 167, no. 6, Feb.; 198-199,
no. 7, Mar.; 231-232, no. 8, Apr.; 290, no. 10, June;
surveying comparative education, 9, 17, no. 1, Sept.;
university education abroad, 159–160, no. 6, Feb.
About national surveys, 13, no. 1, Sept.
Abrams, Ray: Commercial education congress, 116,

132, no. 5, Jan.
Absences from school, 260, no. 9, May; underlying

causes, 162-163, no. 6, Feb.
Academic freedom, 89-90, no. 4, Dec.; 207, no. 8, Apr.;
214, no. 8, Apr.; England (editorial), 56, no. 3, Nov.;

Germany, 85, no. 4, Dec.
Academic school graduates' success, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Accrediting standards, secondary schools, 42-43, no. 2,

Oct.
Achievement tests, 164, no. 1, Feb.; Alaskan natives,

18, no. 1, Sept.
Activity program, Pittsburgb public schools, 123, no. 5,

Jan.
Ade, Lester K. New State superintendent of public

instruction, 1, 80. 1, Sept.
Adjustment and guidance: Books and pamphlets, 77,

no. 4, Dec.
Administration and supervision, secondary schools,

175-176, 190, no. 7, Mar.
Administration of visual sids, 192, no.7, Mar.
Administrative units, reorganization conference, 28,

no. 2, Oct.
Admission requirement, higher institutions, Germany,

85, no. 4, Dec.
Adult education, 87, no. 4, Dec.; 164-165, no. 6, Feb.;
Atlanta, Ga., opportunity school, 260, no. 9, May;
Mississippi, 103, no. 4, Dec.; new handbook, page 4
of cover, no. 7, Mar.; Ohio high schools, 118, no. 5,
Jan., retraining schools, Philadelphia and Pitts-
burgh, 15, no. 1, Sept.; University of Texas, 22, no. 1,
Sept.; Washington State, 103, no. 4, Dec.; W. P. A.,
198, 00. 7, Mar. See also Forums.
Adult farmers: Evening classes, Oregon, 281, no. 10,

June.
Adult Interests by Thorndike now available, 68, no. 3,

Nov.
Adults and youth, 153, 168, no. 6, Feb.; cooperation for
community betterment, 117, 120, no. 5, Jan.; hear.

ings, 57, no. 3, Nov.
Advanced fellowships, 97, no. 4, Dec.
Advisory Committee on Comparative Education,

meeting, Washington, D, C., 276, no. 10, June.
Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies,

124, no. 5, Jan.
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, vocational

agriculture teachers, 9-10, 24, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Agricultural education; Bulletin, 119, no. 5, Jan.; pro-
gam in the Southern States, 36, no. 2, Oct. See also
F.F.A.
Aiding agricultural adjustment (Ross), 8-10, Supp.,

no. 2, Oct.
Airbrake operation course, Wichita, Kaps., 155, no. 6,
Alabama Polytechnic Institute: Summer session, 241,

no. 9, May
Alaska: Claude M. Hirst appointed Director of Edu-

cation, 231, 10. 8, Apr.; community day schools, 165,
DO. 8, Feb.; results of survey of intelligence and
achievement of natives published by Stanford Uni-
versity Press, 18, no. 1, Sept.; University farthest
North, 111, 135, no. 5, Jan.
Alderman, L. R.: Works progress education, 164-165,

Do. 6, Feb.
Alexander, Carter: Author of How to Locate Educa.

tional Information and Data, 85, no. 4, Dec.
Alfred University: History of growth, 295, no. 10, June.
All sides important, 276, no. 10, June.
All the Children: Report of New York City schools,

195, no. 7, Mar.
Alegheny College, Pa.: Group of singers, 100, no. 4,
Allegheny Vocational High School, Pittsburgh, 185,

no. 7, Mar.
Alumni College: Lafayette College, Pa., 196, no. 7,
Alves, Henry F.: Biographical sketch, 46, no. 2, Oct.;

now specialist in State school administration, 25,
00. 2, Oct.; local school units project, 108, no. 5, Jan.;
161, no. 6, Feb.; 221-222, no. 8, Apr.

Amont, J. E.: Teachers should promise themselves,

276, no. 10, June.
America has set the pace (Ickes), 207, no. 8, Apr.
American Child Health Association: Study Physical

Defects, The Pathway to Correction, 131, no. 5, Jan.
American Council on Education: Film survey, 67, no.

3, Nov.; 236, no. 9. May; financial advisory service,
68, no. 3, Nov.; national conference on educational

broadcasting, 271, no. 10, June.
American Education Week (Studebaker), 32, no. 2,

Oct.
American Educational Research Association: Find-

ings, 130-131, no. 5, Jan.; meeting, 231, no. 8, Apr.
American Institute of Cinematography, meeting, 110,

no. 6, Feb.
American Legion: On teachers' oaths, 214, no. 8, A pr.
American Library Association: Circular to promote

libraries, 131, no. 5, Jan.; clipsheet, 71, no. 3, Nov.;
issued outline or Proposed Work Relief Projects for
Individual Libraries on a State-wide Basis, 19, no. 1,

Sept.
American Library Directory, 71, no. 3, Nov.
American Museum of Natural History: Exhibit of

aspects of present-day civilization of the Southwest

Indians, 17, no. 1, Sept.
American Primers issued by the University of Chicago

Press, 31, no. 2, Oct.
American Royal Livestock Show, Kansas City, Mo.,

14, no. 1, Sept.
American School of the Air: Vocational guidance pro-

grams, 87, no. 4, Dec.
American Vocational Association: Plan for organiza.

tion of future craftsmen, 49, no. 3, Nov. See also

A. V. A.
Anderson, Milton: Author of Modern Goliath, 108, no.

5, Jan.
Animatod map Indian Episodes of New York available,

17, no. 1, Sept.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Community Forum, 92, no. 4, Dec.
Anna Tolman Smith (Abel), 30-31, no. 2, Oct.
Ansonia, Conn.: Modern school building, 85, no. 4,

Dec.
Anthropologists: Their place in Indian administra.

tion, 262, no. 9, May.
Apprentice program and vocational education, 6,

Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Argentina: Reform of secondary education, 287–288,

290, no. 10, June.
Arithmetic teacher deferred, 231, no. 8, Apr.
Arizona: Office of Education, survey of vocational

training, 185, no. 7, Mar.; survey of industrial educa.

tion needs, 37, no. 2, Oct.
Arkansas acts, 134, no. 5, Jan.
Arkansas Educational Association: Requests consid-

eration of teachers under Social Security Act, 134,

no. 5, Jan.
Arkansas State College: Extension course for C.C.C.

boys, 62, no. 3, Nov.
Arsenal Technical School, Indianapolis, 227, no. 8, Apr.
Art and salety, 256, no. 9, May.
Art in Indian schools, 34, no. 2, Oct.
Arthur, Charles M.: Vocational Summary, 14-15,

no. 1, Sept.; 36-37, no. 2, Oct.; 54-55, no. 3, Nov.;
80-81, no. 4, Dec.; 118-119, no. 5, Jan.; 154-155, no. 6,
Feb.; 184–185, no. 7, Mar.; 212-213, no. 8, Apr.; 256-
257, no. 9, May; 280-281, no. 10, June; vocational
teacher training, 248–249, no. 9, May; what's your

hobby? 26-27, 29, no. 2, Oct.
Arthur Hill Trade School, Saginaw, Mich., places

graduates, 36, no. 2, Oct.
Arts and crafts in the C.C.C. (Holland), 186,188, no. 7,

Mar.; 258, no. 9, May.
Athens County, Ohio: Vocational sewing center, 2, 3,

Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Atherton, Ray: Parliament on indoctrination, 32, no.

Bachelor farmers, Buffalo, Wyo., 118, no. 5, Jan,
Bachelor of foreign service, 129, no. 5, Jan.
Back stage with the Educational Radio Project, 244,

no. 9, May.
Backward children: Program of special education,

Pennsylvania, 200, no. 9, May.
Badger, Henry G.: Higher education's outlook for

1935–36, 64-65, no. 3, Nov.; salary trends in private

colleges, 187-188, no. 7, Mar.
Ballou, Frank W.: On teaching communism, 60–61,

no. 3, Nov.
Baltimore, Md.: Illustrated circulars on schools, 294,

no. 10, June; regional meetings, 129, no. 5, Jan.
Bankhead-Jones Act, 22, no. 1, Sept.
Banning, Calif.: Business men cooperate with

C.C. C., 38, no. 2, Oct.
Barrows, Alice: Better education--less cost, 251-252,

254, no. 9, May.
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine: C.C.C. enrollees as

students, 38, no. 2, Oct.
Baton Rouge, La.: Youth activities, 120, no. 5, Jan.
Bawden, William T.: Takes up new position at Kan.

sas State Teachers College, 8, no. 1, Sept.
Baylor, Adelaide Steele: Obituary, 88, no. 4, Dec.; 17

years of home economics, 98-99, no. 4, Dec.
Beaumont, Tex.; Report of superintendent of schools,

103, no. 4, Dec.
Behavior: Outside the classroom, 79, no. 4, Dec.;

study of children, 295, no. 10, June.
Belgium: Fellowships for American students, 07, no.

4, Dec.
Benjamin, Harold: Rcform of secondary education in

Argentina, 287-288, 290, no. 10, June.
Besides bridge! (editorial), 122, Do. 5, Jan.
Better education-less cost (Barrows), 251-252, 254, no.

9, May.
Betts Ready-to-Read tests, 295, no. 10, June.
Bhadwan, India: New primary school, 6, 19, no. 1,

Sept.
Biart, Randall C.: Vocational education and emner.

gency relief work, Nebraska, 80-81, no. 4, Dec.
Bible study: University of Texas, 65, no. 3, Nov.
Bibliographical service (McCabe), 243, 264, no. 9, May.
Bibliographies: Library of the Museum of Science and

Industry, 160, no. 6, Feb.; Office of Education, 22,
no. 1, Sept.
Bibliography: Discussion meetings, open forums, pan.

els, and conferences, 13, no. 1, Sept.; Research Studies
in Education, 243, no. 8, May; series of good refer-

ences, page 4 of cover, no. 2, Oct.
Birthdays of presidents, 190, no. 7, Mar.
Blackfeet, Mont., I. E. C. W., 231, no. 8, Apr.
Blose, David T.: Consolidation statistics, 223-224, no.

8, Apr.; Negro education, 59, no. 3, Nov.
Book lists, Office of Education, 264, no. 9, May.
Book of tho year, page 4 of cover, no. 3, Nov.
Book truck, Canton, Ohio, Public Library, 71, no. 3,

Nov.
Bookmarks, 41, no. 2, Oct.; Cleveland Public Library,

63, no. 3, Nov.
Books and pamphlets. See New books and pamphlets.
Bootstraps for youth (Exton), 117, 120, no. 5, Jan.
Boston University: Athletic problems, 230, no. 8, A pr.;

scholarships for C. C. C. enrollees, 38, no. 2, Oct.
Boutwell, W. D.: Denver N. E. A. convention, 21,

no. 1, Sept.; educational radio project, 107, 108, no.
5, Jan., 151, no. 6, Feb.; no blues at St. Louis meeting,

218, 228, no. 8, Apr.
Bowdoin College (Maine): Occupations of graduates,

2, Oct.
Athletic problems, Boston University, 230, no. 8, Apr.
Atlanta, Ga., Opportunity School: Retraining center

for adults, 260, no. 9, May.
Atlantic City Vocational School: Unemployed trained,

17, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Attendance, school: Kentucky State Department of

Public Instruction, 200, no. 9, May; laws, 47, no. 2,

Oct.
Audio-Visual Teaching Aids Bulletin, 140, no. 6, Feb.
Auditoriums and the P. W. A., 10-12, no. 1, Sept.
Austin, Mino., Subsistence Homesteads, Inc., 24-25,

Supp., Do. 2, Oct.
Australia Council for Educational Research, 124, no.

5, Jan.
Average daily attendance, 223, no. 8, Apr.
Aviation courses, Teaneck High School, 260, 20. 9,

May.
Avocational interests of C. C. C. camp enrollees, 258-

259, no. 9, May.
Awards for F. F. A., 246, no. 9, May.

196, 20. 7, Mar.
Bradford, England: Juvenile unemployment problem,

167, no. 6, Feb.
Brandt, Rose K.: Handicrafts in Indian schools, 91,

no. 4, Dec.; Indian elementary education, 131, no.
5, Jan.
Bread lines, 7, Supp., no. 2, Oct.
Bread Loal School of English, Middlebury College

(Vt.) summer school, 261, no. 9, May.
Breathitt County, Ky.: Survey of youth problems,

74, no. 4, Dec.
Bristow, William H.: General secretary of the National

Congress of Parents and Teachers, 229, no. 8, Apr.
British Broadcasting Corporation: Income, 271, no.

10, June.
British Dominions: Education, 209-210, no. 8, Apr.
British Instructional films, 227, no. 8, Apr.
Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis, Ind., home-

making cottage, 154, no. 6, Feb.
Broadcasting: Articles in Educational News Bulletin,

108, no. 5, Jan.; conference, American Councilon Edu-
cation, 271, no. 10, June; Detroit public schools, 271,
no. 10, June; senior high schools, 271, no. 10, June;
textbook, 271, no. 10, June. See also Electrifying
education.

Feb.

Dec.

Mar.

« ForrigeFortsæt »