The Texas Standard, Volume 23, Number 4, September-October 1949 Page: 2
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THE TEXAS STANDARD
Ellie A. Walls, Houston Pres.
J. Martin Jacquet,
S. C. Clay, San Angelo
J. E. Gillmore, Dallas
H. C. Johnson, Beaumont
M. W. Evans
V. E. Robinson
Hazel Harvey Peace,
Fort Worth Secretary-Treasurer
Charlotte M. Mayfield Asst. Sec.-Tr.
R. A. Atkinson, Chairman Weimar
J. E. Gooden Houston
F. R. Rice Austin
A. W. Jackson Rosenberg
W. L. D. Johnson, Sr. Houston
W. R. Banks Prairie View
Joseph J. Rhoads Marshall
T. L. Holley San Antonio
Carl J. Hines Dallas
O. A. Rowe Jasper
J. B. Mitchell Kendleton
R. W. Stafford Abilene
H. L. King Fort Worth
G. C. Meridith Temple
W. R. Banks Joseph J. Rhoads
J. M. Jacquet A. W. McDonald
Published January, March, May, Septem-
ber, and November, by the Colored
Teachers State Asscociation of Texas, 1103
East Terrell, Fort Worth, Texas.
HAZEL HARVEY PEACE
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $1.00
"Entered as Second-Class Matter May
17, 1945, at the Post Office at Fort Worth,
Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879."
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Editorial Comment 2
Highlights on Texas' New
School Program 3
Executing the Guidance Prgram
In a Large High School 4
To The Key Workers and Collectors
of Colored Taechers Association 5
Inter-Cultural Education in
The Social Sciences 6
Guidance in the Teaching of Reading.... 8
Professor Johnson Retires 9
Present Day Concept 10
Huntsville District News 10
Texas Cooperative Community
Education Workshop 11
Echoes from the American
Teachers Association 12
Your N.E.A 13
Problems of Guidance in The
Narmal Adolescent 21
The Book Shelf 23
Key Workers and Collectors of CTSA..23
YOUR CTSA NEEDS YOU!
Are we on our way? The answer to this interrogation is as it should be, defin-
itely positive. Interest in the enrollment of over six thousand teachers in the
CTSA membership is growing rapidly. Throughout the month of September.
October, and November it is expected that every teacher who has a deep professional
oride will become a member of his association. Principals and college faculties
are accepting the challenge to enroll every teacher.
Those who failed to join and support the CTSA have made laborers of their
fellow teachers, who have been active in our association, more difficult for the
improvement of education and for the improvement of teacher welfare.
Hence, your association needs you. You need the CTSA because you want to be
professional. If you teach, you are a part of our profession. Few teachers want
to be called educational "hitchhikers." You must assume your professional re-
sponsibility to your professional organization. Personally, if I disapproved of
certain policies of the CTSA, I would join in order that I might express my dis-
approval and fight for improved changes. The true teacher takes pride in his
profession and seeks to make it one that will gain the respect of others.
The attainment of a 100% statewide CTSA membership goal will increase the
prestige of the teaching profession in our State. It will bring a realization that we
—teachers—in Texas are a mighty force.
We must work as one for the interest of the children of our State. We can
do that best as a united force, working under the leadership provided by a strong
State Education Association. Your CTSA needs you, now!
Your State Association is offering a new service to the members. Acting
upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee, the secretary started a
placement service for teachers. This service should be profitable to teachers as
well as to superintendents and principals who need and want qualified teachers.
Although the service has been available only a few months, it has been help-
ful to a number of teachers who had not found employment for the present school
year. Requests from principals have been received for teachers. The greatest num-
ber of requests for teachers has come for elementary teachers; however it is at
this level that we find the supply very low.
The need for many more elementary teachers for public schools should make
college advisers more alert to directing some of our graduates to this field.
Make use of your Placement Service.
BISHOP HALL—This Dormitory for Women Students at
Bishop College is Complete in Appointments and Equip-
ment. It is an Inspiration to Negro Womanhood.
1949 ANNUAL CONVENTION
Colored Teachers State Association of Texas
Houston, November 24-26,1949
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