School Legislation Affecting Young Children
National Education Association of the United States. Department of Superintendence and Research Division
National Association, 1935 - Educational law and legislation - 31 pages
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Page 30 - A bibliography on nursery education is included. (PA, 8:10, 5306) 694. Anon. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH CONFERENCE OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR NURSERY EDUCATION, Pp. 1-102. The fifth conference met at Toronto, Ontario, October 26 to 28, 1933. There were few set addresses, and papers were in general presented before discussion groups. Dr. EA Bott opened the general session with a paper on "preschool education and the community.
Page 30 - Smith, Madorah Elizabeth: An investigation of the development of the sentence and the extent of vocabulary in young children. Univ. Iowa Stud., Stud. in Child Welfare, 1926, 3, No. 5, Pp. 92. 31. Stoddard, George D. [compiler] : Research findings in relation to kindergarten training as a factor in school life.
Page 30 - DAVIS, MARY DABNEY. Kindergartens in Public Schools of Cities Having 2,500 Population or More, as of June, 1932. Circular No.
Page 30 - What Should Be the Objectives, Scope, and Delimiting Principles of a Satisfactory Educational Program for Students of Junior College and College Levels?
Page 10 - ... certificates or to have completed special kindergarten courses in : California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas (in cities), Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon (in school districts with at least twenty thousand school population), Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Missouri and New Hampshire require kindergarten teachers to hold elementary certificates; Minnesota requires...
Page 23 - The directors of any school district, board of education or other duly authorized, appointed, elected or qualified public school officers of any town, city or school district having a population of twenty-five hundred or more, may establish and maintain kindergartens in connection with the public schools under their jurisdiction for all children between the ages of four and six years.
Page 30 - National Advisory Committee on Emergency Nursery Schools. Bulletin of Information for Emergency Nursery Schools: Administration and Program.
Page 30 - Official Report. Washington, DC : Department of Superintendence, National Education Association, 1934. p.
Page 9 - The future of the education of children between the ages of two and six years is not easy to predict.