The New -- in Review

Krentzman, Sara M.
October 1947
Educational Leadership;Oct1947, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p56
This article presents information on several recent publications in the U.S. The Twenty-first Yearbook of the Educational Press Association of America, prepared in 1947, is titled "America's Educational Press: A Classified List of Educational Publications Issued in the United States With a Limited Listing of Foreign Journals." This publication is an invaluable source of information concerning all types of periodicals useful in a school program. The list is classified according to special types of publications and subject areas in the curriculum. The Glencoe Schools have developed a new booklet, "The Fours and Fives in Action," compiled and written by Eleanor Pahi, in cooperation with the other representatives of the Glencoe school system. The Emotional Needs of children are the concern of a new publication, "A Pound of Prevention: How Teachers Can Meet the Emotional Needs of Young Children," written by James L. Hymes, illustrated with black and white drawings by Lloyd McKean. "Reading Ladders for Human Relations," is the first pamphlet is in the Work in Progress Series, planned by the Advisory Committee on Intergroup Education in Cooperating Schools and sponsored by the American Council on Education through a grant of funds from the National Conference of Christians and Jews.


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