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Richard Elmer Jaggers Papers,1928-1965

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Title

Richard Elmer Jaggers Papers

Date

1928-1965

Repository

Eastern Kentucky University ArchivesRichmond, Kentucky 40475-3102

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Richard Elmer Jaggers Papers, 94A2, University Archives, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond.

Extent

4.95 cubic feet 8,250 items 11 boxes

Biography/History

Richard Elmer Jaggers was born on February 6, 1891, in Hart County, Kentucky, to Sarah Brown and (?) Jaggers. One of four children, Jaggers had two sisters, Roberta and May, and one half-brother, William Brown.

After receiving his diploma from Western Kentucky State Teacher's College, Jaggers obtained his post-secondary schooling at two universities. He received an A.B. degree in 1925 and a M.A. in 1926 from the University of Kentucky. Later, he attended Cornell University, where he earned his Ph.D in 1932. The main emphasis of Jaggers's studies were placed on rural education and school administration.

Dr. Jaggers's professional experience began in 1910 when he taught in a one-room schoolhouse for Hart County and the city of Marion, Kentucky. In 1932, Jaggers became the state's director of Teacher Education and Certification. By the time he retired from the State Department of Education in 1946 he had attained the office of chief of the Bureau of Instruction.

Jagger joined the staff of Eastern Kentucky State Normal School and Teacher's College (now Eastern Kentucky University) in 1926 as principal of the normal school; he also served as an instructor. Jaggers later served as chairperson of the Department of Education and Psychology at the State Teachers College in Florence, Alabama, before returning to Eastern in 1952 as a professor of elementary education.

Dr. Jaggers was recognized as an expert in his field and as the originator of important studies on rural education and teacher training, graduate programs at Eastern, and of the program of pre-service training of teachers, which has been adopted in nearly every state in the country. He was constantly in demand as a speaker throughout his career, teaching as a guest professor at six universities and addressing educational concerns to groups in thirty-six states.

R.E. Jaggers was an active participant in many education-related organizations. He was a member of the National Education Association (NEA) board of directors and repeatedly gave addresses at the group's conventions. In the organizations Jaggers belonged to, he played a leadership role more often than just being a conventional member. These positions included his role as secretary of the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification, president of the NEA Department of Rural Education, president of the Ohio River Valley Conference on Teacher Education, chairperson of the Southern Conference on Teacher Education, chairperson of the NEA Committee on Supply Preparation and Certification of Teachers, and chairperson of the Kentucky Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards. He also served as chairperson of the Kentucky council on Public Higher Education Advisory Committee on Teacher Education and as the council's first secretary. Jaggers was also acting secretary of the Central Kentucky Education Association (CKEA) for many years.

Dr. Jaggers's activities extended to the community as well. He served as president of the Richmond Rotary Club and was a member of the First United Methodist Church.

Jaggers published several books, produced because of his research in education. His most prominent works Kentucky Courses of Study (1931), Administering the County School System (1934), and State Department of Education-- A Forward Look (1955), the latter of which he co-wrote with four other authors.

Dr. Jaggers retired from service at Eastern Kentucky University to the position of emeritus professor in 1962.

Richard Jaggers married his wife Emma Geralds in 1912 in Hart County. They had one daughter, Frances, who married Bruce T. Dorsey, and two sons, Gerald, KEA director of publications, and retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Richard E. Jaggers Jr., who became director of the Division for Management Systems in the Kentucky Department for Human Resources. Dr. Richard Jaggers Sr. died in Richmond in 1975 and is buried in Elizaville, Kentucky.

Collection Inventory

Professional Activities Series
Scope and Content Note:

The Professional Activities Series is composed of six boxes (1-6) of working papers, conference and workshop reports, and official minutes relating to various councils or committees incorporating dates from 1933-1966.

All materials are arranged alphabetically by topic within each box. The Teacher Education Circulars are further arranged chronologically within each folder.

Alabama State Teacher's Conference, 1950-1952
[box: 1, folder: 1]
Conference on Professional Education of Teachers, 1950
[box: 1, folder: 2]
Professional Education in the Teacher Education Program, 1951
[box: 1, folder: 3]
Tentative Guide to the Teacher Education Program, 1952
[box: 1, folder: 4]
Associated Programs in Educational Administration (APEA)
[box: 1, folder: 5]
KY Associated Programs in Educational Administration Second State Conference, 1956
[box: 1, folder: 6]
Associated Programs in Educational Administration, 1955-1959
[box: 1, folder: 7]
"The Community School" -- nos. 1-39, 1943-1946
[box: 1, folder: 8]
Council on Public Higher Education (CPHE) -- Minutes, May 6, 1935 - Dec. 7, 1939
[box: 1, folder: 9]
Council on Public Higher Education (CPHE) -- Minutes, June 3, 1940 - April 10, 1965
[box: 1, folder: 10]
Council on Public Higher Edu. (CPHE) -- Minutes of Advisory Committee, April 24-25, 1959 - January 9-10, 1961
[box: 1, folder: 11]
Council on Public Higher Edu. (CPHE) -- Minutes of Advisory Committee, March 19, 1962 - January 25, 1965
[box: 2, folder: 1]
"Jefferson County Schools" -- pages 1-101, 1953-1954
[box: 2, folder: 2]
"Jefferson County Schools" -- pages 102-215
[box: 2, folder: 3]
Kentucky Education Association, 1931-1959
[box: 2, folder: 4]
Miscellaneous, 1946-1963
[box: 2, folder: 5]
Teacher Education Circular (TEC) - 1-35, Aug 12, 1933 - June 17, 1965
[box: 3, folder: 1]
TEC - nos. 36-64, August 28, 1941 - May 31, 1946
[box: 3, folder: 2]
TEC - nos. 66-80, September 25, 1946 - February 15, 1950
[box: 3, folder: 3]
TEC - nos. 81-90, January 8, 1951 - April 7, 1953
[box: 3, folder: 4]
TEC - nos. 91-100, June 1, 1953 - October 10, 1955
[box: 4, folder: 1]
TEC - nos. 101-110, April 6, 1956 - November 20, 1957
[box: 4, folder: 2]
TEC - nos. 111-120, February 4, 1958 - March 5, 1959
[box: 4, folder: 3]
TEC - nos. 121-130, March 26, 1959 - June 23, 1959
[box: 4, folder: 4]
TEC - nos. 131-140, June 24, 1959 - April 11, 1960
[box: 4, folder: 5]
TEC - nos. 141-150, April 12, 1960 - October 26, 1960
[box: 4, folder: 6]
TEC - nos. 151-160, October 19, 1960 - April 17, 1961
[box: 5, folder: 1]
TEC - nos. 161-170, May 5, 1961 - May 4, 1962
[box: 5, folder: 2]
TEC - nos. 171-179, May 21, 1962 - January 21, 1963
[box: 5, folder: 3]
TEC - nos. 180-190, January 11, 1963 - August 1963
[box: 5, folder: 4]
TEC - nos. 191-200, October 17, 1963 - May 1, 1964
[box: 5, folder: 5]
TEC - nos. 201-210, May 7, 1964 - June 14, 1965
[box: 5, folder: 6]
TEC - nos. 211-224, August 13, 1964 - March 22, 1966
[box: 5, folder: 7]
"Tentative Course of Study for Lincoln Co. School Grades 1-12" - pages 1-136, 1949
[box: 6, folder: 1]
"Tentative Course of Study for Lincoln Co. School Grades 1-12" - pages 137-282, 1949
[box: 6, folder: 2]
TEPS: Columbus Conference - Studies of Changes in Teacher Education - section 1-16, 1963
[box: 6, folder: 3]
TEPS: Columbus Conference - Studies of Changes in Teacher Education - section 17-32, 1963
[box: 6, folder: 4]
TEPS: Columbus Conference - Studies of Changes in Teacher Education - Miscellaneous, 1963
[box: 6, folder: 5]
Workshop for Healthful Living in School and Community, 1947
[box: 6, folder: 6]
Publications Series
Scope and Content Note:

The Publications Series is composed of two boxes (7-8) of materials incorporating dates from 1928-1965. It includes Jaggers's collection of materials published and/or compiled by various authors and organizations. All materials are arranged within the folders alphabetically by topic and author, or by title in the event that no author was given.

Administration of Kentucky Schools, 1928-1960
Crawford, A.B. et al. "County School Administration in Kentucky," 1928-1929
[box: 7, folder: 1]
Department of Education, Bureau of Administration and Finance. "Public School Salaries," 1960
[box: 7, folder: 2]
Lexington Public Schools. "Rules Governing the Board of Education of Lexington, Kentucky," 1960
[box: 7, folder: 3]
"Educational Bulletin (E.B.)," 1935-1962
[box: 7, folder: 4]
"Educational Bulletin: Problems in the Organization and Supervision of Instruction." June 1935
[box: 7, folder: 5]
"Educational Bulletin: Getting the Schools Under the Way." June 1936
[box: 7, folder: 6]
"Educational Bulletin: Procuring Teachers for 1946-1947." 1946
[box: 7, folder: 7]
"Educational Bulletin: Evaluating the Community School." February 1947
[box: 7, folder: 8]
"Educational Bulletin: Planning for School Plant Insurance Maintenance and Operation." March 1958
[box: 7, folder: 9]
"Education Bulletin: Accrediting Standards and Courses of Study for Kentucky Elementary and Secondary Schools." August 1959
[box: 7, folder: 10]
"Educational Bulletin: Summary Report Holding Power and Graduates Kentucky High Schools 1956-1961." March 1962 Elementary Schools, 1944-1962
[box: 7, folder: 11]
Brewton, John E. et al. "Pre-Service Education of Elementary Teachers." 1944
[box: 7, folder: 12]
Castine, W.J. et al. "Living and Learning Experiences in the Elementary Schools of South Carolina." 1948
[box: 7, folder: 13]
Goodlad, John I. "Some Propositions in Search of Schools." 1962
[box: 7, folder: 14]
The Nation Elementary Principal
"Those First School Years." vol. XL, no. 1, September 1960
[box: 7, folder: 15]
Evaluations of School Systems, 1962-1964
[box: 7, folder: 16]
Bureau of School Service, University of Kentucky. "Measure of a Good School." 1964
[box: 7, folder: 17]
Kreitlow, B.W. "Long-Term Study of Educational Effectiveness of Newly Formed Centralized School Districts in Rural Areas." 1964
[box: 7, folder: 18]
Miscellaneous Topics A-C, 1961-1965
Allen, Wendell C. et al. "The Assignment and Misassignment of American Teachers." 1965
[box: 7, folder: 19]
Barnes, Roberta S. "Better Principals for Our Schools." 1961
[box: 7, folder: 20]
Smith, Kerry G. "Current Issues in Higher Education." 1964
[box: 7, folder: 21]
Miscellaneous Topics P-T, 1950-1962
Bale, Don C. "Professional Organizations Related to Academic Subject Areas." 1962
[box: 7, folder: 22]
National Congress of Parents and Teachers. "Study-Discussed Group Techniques for Parent Education Leaders." 1950
[box: 7, folder: 23]
National Education Association of the United States. "Teacher Supply and Demand in Public Schools, 1958." 1958
[box: 7, folder: 24]
Office of Armed Forces Information and Education. "Teaching: A Second Career." 1961
[box: 7, folder: 25]
Using Resources, 1946-1952
Ferrell, D.T. et al. "Resources-Use Education: Report of Education 37." 1946
[box: 8, folder: 1]
Full Time Workshop Staff, Alabama State Teachers College. "Using Health Resources in Our School Program." August 1950
[box: 8, folder: 2]
Full Time Workshop Staff, Alabama State Teachers College. "Using Natural Resources in the School Program." January 1952
[box: 8, folder: 3]
Full Time Workshop Staff, Alabama State Teachers College. "Using Resources in Our School Program." 1949
[box: 8, folder: 4]
Subject Series
Scope and Content Note:

The Subject Series consists of one box (9) which contains personal letters from the Jaggers Family, as well as letters of business correspondence, newspaper articles concerning Jaggers's contributions to education, photographs of various county schools, and various writings on topics concerning education composed by authors other than Jaggers himself.

These materials cover dates from 1910-1965 and are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Correspondence - Business, 1932-1964
[box: 9, folder: 1]
Correspondence - Personal, 1932
[box: 9, folder: 2]
Miscellaneous, undated
[box: 9, folder: 3]
Newspaper Articles, ca. 1931-1933
[box: 9, folder: 4]
Photographs, 1910-1921
[box: 9, folder: 5]
Writing Sequence, 1948-1965
[box: 9, folder: 6]
Writing Series
Scope and Content Note:

The Writing Series consists of two boxes (10-11) of various essays, reports, and papers on topics primarily related to education. The writings cover such topics as assessments of school programs, influences of various factors upon education, and suggested methods to improve the field of education.

The materials cover dates from 1927-1964 and all are arranged alphabetically by title.

Administering the County School System: Part One, undated
[box: 10, folder: 1]
Administering the County School System: Part Two, undated
[box: 10, folder: 2]
Administering the County School System: Part Three, undated
[box: 10, folder: 3]
Advancing Education in Kentucky: Parts One and Two, 1956
[box: 10, folder: 4]
Advancing Education in Kentucky: Part Three, 1956
[box: 10, folder: 5]
Aim and Purpose of Using Resources in School System: Introduction and Chapters One and Two, undated
[box: 10, folder: 6]
Aim and Purpose of Using Resources in School System: Chapters Three, Four, and Appendix, undated
[box: 10, folder: 7]
An-C, 1931-1958
An Analysis of Experiments and Studies of Methods of Cooperative Procedures in the Education of Teachers, undated
[box: 10, folder: 8]
Analyzing the Job, 1945
[box: 10, folder: 9]
Applicable Philosophy Underlying Educational Advancement, undated
[box: 10, folder: 10]
An Appreciation of William Cecelius Bell, 1931
[box: 10, folder: 11]
Areas of Increased Emphasis, 1947
[box: 10, folder: 12]
Beliefs Basic to Democratic Education, 1940
[box: 10, folder: 13]
The Blessing of Liberty, 1934
[box: 10, folder: 14]
Brief Summary of Discussion Held on Nov. 28, 1958, undated
[box: 10, folder: 15]
Building the Country Road, undated
[box: 10, folder: 16]
The Bureau of Instruction and Its Work, 1947
[box: 10, folder: 17]
Business Education and Reciprocal Relations, 1940
[box: 10, folder: 18]
Certification as Related to Teacher Preparation and Supply, 1946
[box: 10, folder: 19]
Colleges in a World at War: Suggested Action Program, 1946
[box: 10, folder: 20]
Community Schools Share in Planning, 1944
[box: 10, folder: 21]
A Continuing Study of Teacher Education in Kentucky, 1943
[box: 10, folder: 22]
Cooperation in the Study of Teacher Education, 1946
[box: 10, folder: 23]
Cooperative Study of Uniformity and Reciprocity, 1940
[box: 10, folder: 24]
Coordinating Rural Education Programs, 1935
[box: 10, folder: 25]
Curriculum, 1931
[box: 10, folder: 26]
Ho-L, 1931-1960
How Americans Have Learned to Carry People and Goods, undated
[box: 11, folder: 1]
How Firm the Foundation, 1953
[box: 11, folder: 2]
Images of a Teacher, 1960
[box: 11, folder: 3]
Improvement of Learning Conditions in Rural Elementary Schools, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 4]
In-School Children and Out-of-School Youth, 1935
[box: 11, folder: 5]
Interpreting the Spirit of Democracy Through the Schools, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 6]
I See the White Cliffs, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 7]
Is it Patriotic to be a Teacher? Yes! 1943
[box: 11, folder: 8]
Kentucky Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 9]
Kentucky Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, undated
[box: 11, folder: 10]
Kentucky Public School Organization, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 11]
Kentucky Schools in War Time, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 12]
Kentucky's Educational Needs, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 13]
Kentucky's School Program, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 14]
The King's Highway, undated
[box: 11, folder: 15]
The Land is Our Bounty, 1951
[box: 11, folder: 16]
A Legislator Looks at the School Program, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 17]
A Long Look Ahead, undated
[box: 11, folder: 18]
A Look at Teacher Supply, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 19]
Looking Ahead in Kentucky, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 20]
Looking Ahead with the Teacher, 1933
[box: 11, folder: 21]
Lost Generation, undated
[box: 11, folder: 22]
M-Pri, 1931-1952
Making Learning Make Sense, 1952
[box: 11, folder: 23]
Meeting the Needs of All of Kentucky's Children, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 24]
Meeting the Needs of Teachers in Service, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 25]
My Selves, undated
[box: 11, folder: 26]
National Trends in Teacher Education, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 27]
Needed Research Facilities for Education, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 28]
Newer Trends in Rural School Organization with newspaper article: "Rural School to be Radio Talk Subject," 1931
[box: 11, folder: 29]
Old Wine in New Bottles, undated
[box: 11, folder: 30]
On Human Relations, Undated
[box: 11, folder: 31]
On-the-Job Training, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 32]
Organization and the Work of the Division of Teacher Training and Certification since February 1, 1933, 1933
[box: 11, folder: 33]
Organization of Elementary Guides in Twelve-Grade Schools, undated
[box: 11, folder: 34]
Personnel of Teaching Staff of Secondary School of Tomorrow, 1934
[box: 11, folder: 35]
Philosophy of Educational Leadership, undated
[box: 11, folder: 36]
The Place of Parent-Teacher Association Movement in Education, 1933
[box: 11, folder: 37]
Practice Teaching Programs, 1950
[box: 11, folder: 38]
Principles of Secondary Education, undated
[box: 11, folder: 39]
Pro-Rep, 1929-1960
Problems in Improving Learning Conditions in Rural Elementary Schools in KY, 1929
[box: 11, folder: 40]
Elementary Schools in Kentucky, 1929
[box: 11, folder: 41]
The Problems of Certification as they are Related to Teacher Preparation and Supply, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 42]
Professional Education and the Twelve Grade School, undated
[box: 11, folder: 43]
Professional Growth Through In-Service Education, 1950
[box: 11, folder: 44]
Program Atlanta, GA, Meeting, 1946, School Administrators, NEA: Comprehending the Community, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 45]
A Program of Rural Education in the United States, 1934
[box: 11, folder: 46]
Programs of In-Service Teacher Edu Improves Instruction, undated
[box: 11, folder: 47]
Process of the Cooperative Study, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 48]
Public Works and Postwar Education in Kentucky, 1943
[box: 11, folder: 49]
Putting the Idea to Work for Children, 1950
[box: 11, folder: 50]
Quality Education Through Quality Teacher Education, 1960
[box: 11, folder: 51]
Raising KY's Educational Standard Through More Functional Educational Leadership Training, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 52]
Redirecting Rural Education, 1934
[box: 11, folder: 53]
Regional Standards for Teacher Education, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 54]
Relationships in School Organization (chart), 1952
[box: 11, folder: 55]
Report of Committee on Teacher Education, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 56]
Report of KY Educational Commission, 1933
[box: 11, folder: 57]
Report of Scores Given to the County Superintendent in Franklin Co., KY, by Teachers and Principals, undated
[box: 11, folder: 58]
Report on Materials: Production Projects in Cooperative Study of Teacher Education to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1947
[box: 11, folder: 59]
Report on Problems in Administration of County School Systems, 1929
[box: 11, folder: 60]
Res-Sta, 1928-1959
Resource Use Education, 1948
[box: 11, folder: 61]
Rural Education in Madison County: A Survey, undated
[box: 11, folder: 62]
Rural Education Leadership, 1928
[box: 11, folder: 63]
Rural Education on the Move, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 64]
Rural Teacher Shortage--Remedies, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 65]
The Rural School of Tomorrow, 1931
[box: 11, folder: 66]
S. 1313 and the Nation's War Report, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 67]
Scholarship in Action, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 68]
School Problems and School Support, 1943
[box: 11, folder: 69]
The Schools and the War Effort, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 70]
The Selection of the Teachers of Tomorrow, undated
[box: 11, folder: 71]
Ships of Discovery, 1932
[box: 11, folder: 72]
Significant Learning: In Therapy and in Education, 1959
[box: 11, folder: 73]
Social Adjustment and Parental Attitude, 1931
[box: 11, folder: 74]
The Social South in Teacher Education, 1941
[box: 11, folder: 75]
Some Characteristics of a Good Teacher, 1951
[box: 11, folder: 76]
Some Evidences of Improvement in School Programs in KY, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 77]
Some Problems to be Faced in Developing a Program as a Basis for Issuing the Standard Elementary and the Standard Secondary Certificate Based on the Master's Degree, undated
[box: 11, folder: 78]
State and Institutional Cooperation in Preparation of Business Teachers, 1941
[box: 11, folder: 79]
State Department of Education, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 80]
The State Department of Education and its Function, 1945
[box: 11, folder: 81]
State Supervision of Instruction, undated
[box: 11, folder: 82]
State Supervision of Rural Schools, 1932
[box: 11, folder: 83]
Str-Teacher Ce, 1927-1957
Straight Ahead--The Goal (Teachers Look at the Future), 1957
[box: 11, folder: 84]
Suggested Adjustments in the Faculty Load, 1953
[box: 11, folder: 85]
Suggested Competencies in Teacher-Edu. Curriculums in KY, 1953
[box: 11, folder: 86]
Suggested Competencies Which Have Major Emphasis in Teacher Education Curriculum at the Fifth Year Level, 1953
[box: 11, folder: 87]
Summary of Conference of Classroom Teachers of Southeastern States Held in Lexington, Kentucky, March 28, 1942, 1942
[box: 11, folder: 88]
The Supervision of "Feeder Schools" by Central School, 1935
[box: 11, folder: 89]
Survey of Office Space, Office Equipment, Office Personnel, & Office Procedure in 108 Counties in Kentucky, 1927
[box: 11, folder: 90]
The Teacher and the Report of the Community, undated
[box: 11, folder: 91]
Teacher Certification and In-Service Education, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 92]
Teacher Certification and Professionalization of Teaching, 1953
[box: 11, folder: 93]
Teacher Certification by the State, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 94]
Teacher Ci-Tw, 1932-1962
Teacher Education and Certification in Kentucky, 1940
[box: 11, folder: 95]
Teacher Education--"Cradle to Grave Process," 1946
[box: 11, folder: 96]
A Teacher for the Atomic Age, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 97]
Teaching Load, undated
[box: 11, folder: 98]
The Teacher in Our Midst, 1938
[box: 11, folder: 99]
The Teacher in the New School, undated
[box: 11, folder: 100]
Teacher Leadership in Pupil Progress, 1935
[box: 11, folder: 101]
Teacher Preparation Moves Forward, 1935
[box: 11, folder: 102]
Teachers and National Offense, 1944
[box: 11, folder: 103]
Teacher Supply & Demand: Program of Action-- with Forward by R.E. Jaggers, 1941
[box: 11, folder: 104]
Teacher-Training from the Standpoint of the State, 1936
[box: 11, folder: 105]
These are Our Institutions, 1948
[box: 11, folder: 106]
These are Our People, 1948
[box: 11, folder: 107]
This is Your World, undated
[box: 11, folder: 108]
To the Council on Public Higher Education, 1947
[box: 11, folder: 109]
Total Faculty Plans Teacher Education Program Training for Emergency Teachers, 1947
[box: 11, folder: 110]
Training for Guidance, 1962
[box: 11, folder: 111]
Trends in Teacher Retirement, 1937
[box: 11, folder: 112]
The Twelve Grade Principalship, 1932
[box: 11, folder: 113]
U-W, 1930-1948
Unification of Public School Program Through Improvement of Instruction in Elementary School on Basis of Scientific Analysis, 1930
[box: 11, folder: 114]
Unification Program, undated
[box: 11, folder: 115]
Unified Program of Teacher Edu. and Certification in Southern States, 1941
[box: 11, folder: 116]
Uniformity and Reciprocity in Certification, 1934
[box: 11, folder: 117]
Unifying Higher Education in KY Through Cooperation and Coordination, 1946
[box: 11, folder: 118]
Untitled Works, 1937-1947
[box: 11, folder: 119]

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