Author: United States Price Administration Office. Region VIIIPublish On: 1944
The School Paper and Wartime Economics Education In view of the great
emphasis placed upon information and understanding in the conduct of the war ,
journalism is in a position to assist materially in the school's contribution to the war ...
Author: United States Price Administration Office. Region VIII
Author: United States Price Administration OfficePublish On: 1944
2.4202 : Sch6 ( # for June S. Educational Services Branch Department of
Information OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
CAN CONIRIBUTE TO THE HOME FRONT ECONOMY IN WARTIME ntary schools ...
Author: United States. Price Administration OfficePublish On: 1944
15 • Prepare and present scripts dramatising wartimo economic problems to be
broadcast by local radio stations to the schools and community . 16. Prepare
articles on various aspects of the wartime economic program for school and local
Author: United States. Price Administration Office
The second aspect of the dual problem facing the high schools results from the
fact that a large number of teachers , especially the men teachers , have already
joined the military forces . Moreover , the excellent wages paid by the war ...
Author: United States. Office of EducationPublish On: 1943
ing the schools — that have any responsibility for the welfare of children in the
community or State . In many communities coordinating councils have been
effective in drawing agencies together . Never before have the schools had such
Major Meras , Chairman of this new division , saw at once that “ the demand for
military training in secondary schools is not being met . ” Consequently , during
the last three months of the war he spent much time in considering measures
Author: Educational Policies CommissionPublish On: 1943
Boys and girls of thirteen or younger , under the same assumptions , would not
see war service . In other words , with some exceptions and uncertainties , the
secondary school must be primarily a school for war and the elementary school
Author: Harvard University. Graduate School of EducationPublish On: 1943
the geography and strategy of global war, and the adaptation of the individual to
military life. We propose a short-term, emergency course within the social studies
to be offered to secondary-school youth prior to induction. Since induction is ...
Author: Harvard University. Graduate School of Education
Author: National Education Association of the United States. Research DivisionPublish On: 1943
CHECKLIST ( Check here ) I. SCHOOL PROTECTION DURING THE
EMERGENCY A. Organization , administration , and maintenance 1 . Have the
superintendent of schools and the board of education in your school district set
up ? defense ...
Author: National Education Association of the United States. Research Division
Author: Missouri. Dept. of EducationPublish On: 1943
No school activity , curriculum or extra - curriculum , is too sacred to be brought to
the measuring stick of wartime essentiality . A special committee of the United
States Office of Education made a study of the problem of wartime student service
War Bonds and Stamps 11. Discuss the part that transportation plays in the
production plan . In the towns and cities of our land only a 12. Learn songs like "
Marching Along Together , " small percentage of schools have not engaged “ The
community needs . This is war , and war is a time of change . If we do not direct
necessary changes in the small school , changes will be made for us . Either
outside forces will change our schools , new educational agencies will displace
Stanford University School of Education Faculty . Education in War time and After
. New York : D. Appleton - Century Co. , 1943 . Pp . 465 . 14. Training High - School Students for Wartime Service to Children . School Children and the War ...
Author: Council of Chief State School OfficersPublish On: 1942
WARTIME. SCHOOL. TRANSPORTATION. POLICIES. Education is essential to
winning the war and to assuring a satisfactory peace following the war . A high
degree of training is necessary today in the production of war materials and food
THE COMMUNITY USES THE SCHOOL One of the most lasting results of the
current war activities will probably be the more ... participation in war activities
has created new demands on secondary schools for the wider use of school
Author: Boston (Mass.). Superintendent of Public SchoolsPublish On: 1943
The Agriculture for Victory Program at the Jamaica Plain High School. The
Challenge of the Elementary Teacher. Child Guidance. Evening and Summer School Opportunities. The High School of Commerce in World War II. The History
Author: Boston (Mass.). Superintendent of Public Schools
Author: Texas Engineering Experiment StationPublish On: 1944
France fell and had the War then ended , every one would have been ruined .
However the war did not end , so let's bring the picture up to date . Today , civilian
contract schools give all of the primary flight instruction to U. S. Army Air Force ...
An analysis of these unorganized activities often carried on as a part of the
classroom responsibility , such as war stamp and bond sales and school victory
gardens , indicates a greater war consciousness on the part of teachers and
Author: Nelson Louis Bossing
Publisher: Community Basis for Postwar Planning
The Impact of the War on the Schools of Red Wing was first published in 1945. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.What happens to the American small community in periods of war and challenge, change and uncertainty? In an age of planning, why not look at the community basis for planning?With these two questions as a basis, the University of Minnesota, in 1943, began one of the most exhaustive studies of an American community undertaken in recent times. Red Wing, Minnesota, on the banks of the Mississippi River in Goodhue County was chosen as the “typical small American city.”Professors of education, economics, sociology, art, home economics, journalism, and public health joined with city officials and civic leaders in studying every aspect of the city and its people. Their findings are published in eleven bulletins, each devoted to an individual topic. The entire survey, entitled The Community Basis for Postwar Planning, was coordinated by Roland S. Vaile, former professor of economics and marketing at the University of Minnesota, and made possible by a grant from the Graduate School.The present study, The Impact of the War on the Schools Red Wing, surveys the public education system as it adapts to postwar reconstruction. The authors devote particular attention to the organization and services of schools, knowledge and attitudes of pupils about war-related matters, and impact on school curriculum and instruction.
G. Should transportation of pupils be curtailed during the war ? The wartime
policy of transportation should contain the following elements : 1. Essential school transportation must be continued during the war to maintain the basic