A report on the status of Russian and other Slavic and East European languages in the educational institutions of the United States, its territories, possessions and mandates, with additional data on similar studies in Canada and Latin America
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AATSEEL accept credits accept high school accept Russian accepted at full accredited high school BARRY COLLEGE certification College New York concerning the area course in Russian courses in economics courses in history credits in high credits in Russian Dean degree Department of Education Director of Admissions East European language Eastern Europe entrance credit European History field foreign language requirement full face value Graduate credit high school credits high school Russian History of Russia Intermediate Russian JUNIOR COLLEGE Kansas language is taught Massachusetts Material Medical School offer credits offer Russian Pennsylvania Polish language political science Registrar Russian at full Russian begun Russian History Russian is accepted Russian language Russian Literature Russian toward admission Salem College Scientific Russian secondary school Seminar September 1947 Slavic and East Slavic Languages Slavic or East sociology Soviet Union student should offer Summer Session Teachers College undergraduate units Univ University USSR VIII 47