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

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The K. N. E. A. Journal Official Organ of the Kentucky Negro Educational Association Vol. II. December, 1931-January, 1932 No. 2 Published by the Kentucky Negro Educational Association Editorial Office at 1925 W. 'Madison Street Louisville, Kentucky Atwood S. Wilson, Executive Secretary, Louisville; Managing Editor, D. H. Anderson, Paducah, President of K. N. E. A. Board of Directors J. L. Bean, Versailles W. S. Blanton, Frankfort S. L. Barker, Owensboro F. A. Taylor, Louisville Published Bimonthly during the school year: October, December, February and April PRICE 50 CENTS PER YEAR OR 15 CENTS PER COPY Membership in the K. N. E. A. (One Dollar) includes subscription to the Journal Rates for Advertising space mailed on request Present Circulation, 2,000 copies. .1931 K. N. E. A. Membership, 1,328 CONTENTS Page Editorial Comments: K. N. E. A. Loyalty, Rosenwald Illiteracy, Our State Schools............................. 2 Our 1932 Convention Program ............................. 4 Special K. N. E. A. Announcements ............................ 5 Our Crippled Children ........................................ 6 Our Annual Spelling Contest Announced ....................... 7 Legislative Committee Meets .................................. 14 The Successful Teacher ........................................ 15 Negro Growth Rate Increases............. 16 K. -N. E. A. Kullings .....................7............. The Challenge of Physical and Health Education ................. 18 Third District Teachers Meet ................................. 20 Dr. Dillard and Mr. Rosenwald ................................. 21 Rosenwald-Lincoln Day Program .............................. 22 Counties Aided on Buildings.................... 23 Clounties Aided on Extension of Terms . ......... 24 Counties Aided on School Libraries ............................ 25 Counties Aided on Transportation ............................. 26 Roisenwald Fund Questions .................................. 26 Colored Public School Buildings Aided by the J . R. F .............. 28 Whose Schools? ............................................ 28 Rosenwald Passes .......................................... 30 A Working Suggestion; Be Happy .31 Report of Rosenwald-Lincoln Day, February 12, 1932 . 32

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