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Page 5 of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal v.4 n.1

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THIS ONE THING WE MUST DO There are 17,OOQ teachers in Kentucky. Every one of these teachers will receive a full and complete report of the findings of the Commission appointed by the Governor to study Kentucky's educational program and make recommendations to the Legislature in 1934. The Commission has worked earnestly and intelligently, and with the help of many of Kentucky's most able men and women in education has produced an excellent report. It is a Kentucky report. The work has been done by our own people. No person connected with the Commission in any way has received any compensation for his service. Men and women interested in Kentucky's progress have given generously and cheerfully of their time and energy that a program for the re- organization of education might be presented to the next General Ass umbly. If this report is to get a favorable hearing next year. those ef us who teach must bring it to the attention of citizens of our communities in an understanding way. Every principal and superintendent in the State should set aside time this fall for faculty discussions of the report. The people who prepared it have given weeks and months of their time to it. The least that we can do is to read it and explain it to our patrons and friends. A number of educational studies on a State-wide basis have been completed in recent years, but it is doubtful if a more comprehensive, more thorough study has ever been made than this one. We have every reason to congratulate ourselves upon its completion and we must use every opportunity to make it understood and appreciated- Kentucky School Journal. BULLETINS ISSUED BY K. E. A. INTERPRETATION COMMITTEE Literature containing suggestions for effecting organization and carrying on the Interpretation program: Plan of Organization-An outline of the plan adopted by the In- terpretation Committee, with suggestions as to the personnel and activi- ties of the various committees. For use by members of District Com- mittees and chairman of county committees. What County Committees Can Do-Contains detailed suggestions as to the Interpretation program in the county. A copy has beenr sent to all members of district committees and to every school executive. Members of county committees should have this handbook available for use at all times. What Kentucky Teachers Can Do-Offers suggestions as to how teachers can help in connection with the program, together with a check- list of activities. Every teacher should have a copy. What College Committees Can Do-A list of activities for the com- mittees which have been set up in colleges throughout the State. Copies of these and other bulletins may be obtained by writing to the K. E. A. Interpretation Committee, 1317 Heyburn Bldg., Louisville, (5)

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