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Page 0 of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal v.22 n.2

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THE [~ 4 JQUIIXAL official publication of the KENTUCKY NEGRO EDUCATION ASSOCIATION VOL. XXII February 1951, No. 2 Published by the Kentucky Negro Education Association EDITORIAL OFFICE: = 1740 West Dumesnil Street, Louisville 10, Kentucky EDITOR: W. L. SPEARMAN, Executive Secretary, Louisville PRESIDENT K. N. E. A.: R. L. DOWERY, Sr., Shelbyville ASSOCIATE EDITORS: W. B. Chenault, Stanford; E. K. Glass, Hopkinsville; V. E. Miller, Louis- ville; L. J. Twyman, Glasgow; W. M. Woods, Harlan; W. 0. Whyte, Maysville CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: R. B. Atwood, Frankfort; E. T. Buford, Bowling Green; H. E. Goodloe, Owensboro; Mary E. Guy, Horse Cave; N. L. Passmore, Lexington; W. H. Perry, Jr., Louisville; Mrs. Lucy H. Smith, Lexington; C. L. Timberlake, Paducah; A. S. Wilson, Louisville; W. M. Young, Lincoln Ridge PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR OR 25 CENTS PER COPY Membership in the K. N. E. A. includes subscription to the JOURNAL Rates of advertising mailed on request Table of Conte nts PAGE Editorial Comment ........................................ 4 Cover Picture ........................................ 4 "The President's Letter," R. L. Dowery, Sr ........................................ 4 "A Reading Student, A Thinking Student" "A Thinking People, A Free People," James R. O'Rourke .............. ................. 5 Notes on District Officers ........................................ 6 Student Participation Through the Student Council .................................... 6 "Segregation vs. Integration," Atwood S. Wilson ...................................... 7 A Better Correlation Between Junior High and High School English, Frances Bryant Munford. . 8 Reduce the Cost of Your Audio-Visual Program ...................................... 11 Diagnosing Silent Reading Needs, Bertha L. Bryant ..................................... 12 Writing, H. L. Smiley......................................... 14 Constitutional Amendments ........................................ 16 Music Notes, R. Lillian Carpenter ......................................... 17 Book Nook, Ruth Hill Jones ......................................... 18 Standing Committees-1950-1951 ........................................ 19 K. N. E. A. Kullings........................................ 20

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