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TERRITORIES IN PROVIDING PROGRAMS
OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR
UNITED STATES SENATE
A BILL TO PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE THROUGH
THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS TO ASSIST THE
STATES AND TERRITORIES IN PROVIDING
MORE EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS OF
FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, AND 15, 1937
Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
Arkansas, State of, House Concurrent Resolution No. 1..
Mrs. Mary T. Bannerman, chairman, committee on legislation, Na-
tional Congress of Parents and Teachers, Washington, D. C.-
Mary McLeod Bethune, president, National Council of Negro Women
B. F. Brown, superintendent of schools, Gulfport, Miss..
William Moseley Brown, Arlington, Va..
Edmund deS. Brunner, professor of education, Teachers College,
Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
Arvid J. Burke, research director, New York State Teachers Asso-
ciation, Albany, N. Y..
John Callahan, State superintendent of schools, Wisconsin..
William G. Carr, research director, National Education Association.-
M. M. Chambers, American Council on Education, Washington, D. C.
John H. Cowles, grand commander, Supreme Council of the Scottish
Rite Order, Southern Jurisdiction.
Mrs. Opal D. David, representing the National Federation of Business
and Professional Women's Clubs..
Howard A. Dawson, director of rural service, National Education As-
Newton Edwards, University of Chicago.
Walter C. Eells, professor of education, Stanford University, repre-
senting the California Education Association___
C. M. Elwell, State director of equalization, Texas..
Colin English, State superintendent of public instruction, Florida----
Chester H. Gray, American Farm Bureau Federation, Washington,
J. Harold Goldthorpe, professor of education, University of Rochester,
Rochester, N. Y.
E. W. Ireland, superintendent of schools, Stratford, Conn..
H. M. Ivy, superintendent of schools, Meridian, Miss., and chairman
of the legislative committee of the Mississippi Education Associa-
Earl R. Laing, principal, Burt School, Detroit, Mich., and State chair-
man of the legislative commission of the National Education Asso-
Thomas Little, representing the American Protestant Defense League-
Charles S. Longacre, general secretary of the Religious Liberty Asso-
ciation of America..
Edward P. Lovett, representing the Washington Bar Association_
Benjamin C. Marsh, executive secretary, the People's Lobby, Wash-
ington, D. C....
Robert H. Montgomery, professor of economics, University of Texas,
Paul R. Mort, director of the advanced school of education, Teachers
College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.