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Date is exactly "1969"
Understanding and improving achievement of students.
A study of Danbury's industrial transition.
The principles and problems of surfing.
Developing a curriculum in sex education in the elementary school.
The Fabian Societyits influence and impact upon English political, social, and economic legislation 1884-1918.
A history of the schools in Bethel, Connecticut.
A study of the forming program in the Norwegian school system.
A study of secondary education in Norway.
A need for guidance in the elementary school.
A study of a team relationship in the process of developing their integrated science curriculum.
An evaluation of the field trip in the secondary school earth science program.
Development of a plan for meaningful homework in a fourth grade class.
Research and trends in beginning reading.
Project Ablea perceptual-motor developmental oriented experiment for the physiologically immature first grader.
Can the elementary schools best adjust to each child?
Relationships between selected common terms in science education.
Developing independent study and research skills in second grade children.
The teaching of reading in English to Spanish-speaking children in the primary grades.
Early identification in the elementary school of the potential delinquent.
Self-Image:a key concept in compensatory education programs for the culturally disadvantaged preschool child.
Charles Ivesan analysis and application of his scoring technique.
Using cognitive development theory to select textbooks to aid the teaching of coherent writing to eighth grade students of English.
The ns2:role of guilt and purgation in Hawthorne.
The three heroines in Ernest Hemingway's novels Across the River and Into the Trees, A Farewell to Arms, and For Whom the Bell Tolls.
John Updike's use of sense imagery in prose writings.
A course in new mathematics for the parents in Brookfield, Connecticut.