Circular, Issue 218

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Page 10 - October 15, 1942, in the order of frequency mentioned were increasing salaries, reinstating married teachers, replacing men with women, using inexperienced teachers, and hiring teachers from other...
Page 4 - Because of the age of the pupils, the major losses are of course in the high school. Data by type of system show almost twice as great a percentage loss of boys as of girls for city school systems (7.4...
Page 4 - ... year from October 1941 to October 1942. The data also show that while urban high schools lost both boys and girls at a somewhat higher rate than rural high schools, urban and rural losses were more nearly comparable at the secondary than at the elementary school level.
Page 3 - ... aeronautics. It, was still too early at the time of the survey to evaluate the extent to which special courses in radio, electricity, automotive mechanics, and shopwork were being introduced iato high-school curricula.
Page 6 - The increase was much greater for boys than for girls. The only other large increase for boys and girls together for all types of school systems was in physics, where enrollments increased 8.5 percent.
Page 3 - Some Early Effects of the War upon Public Schools, by Emory M. Foster and Benjamin W. Frazier.

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