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101 Parenting
Northern Iowan 70:55, p.11
5/14/1974 Professor Franken will offer course on parenting.
102 Profiles on UNI students
Northern Iowan 69:23, p.12
12/8/1972 Results of survey on UNI parents.
103 New grading policy
Northern Iowan 69:8, p.3
10/10/1972 New policy relates to sending of grade reports to parents.
104 Untitled
Taylor--George W.
Public Relations News Release 67:7, p.12
10/9/1970 A family walks on the UNI campus; photo.
105 UNI home economics students to present class for 'mothers-to-be'
Public Relations News Release 1969:348, p.1
2/19/1970 A free, six-lesson class entitled "Creativity for Mothers-To-Be" has been developed and will be taught by fifteen UNI home economics students with instructor Rheba Boyles.
106 Campus Personality #6 The Visiting Sunday Mother
Northern Iowan 66:12, p.2
10/17/1969 Mother wants her child to attend classes and football games and not peace rallies.
107 Untitled
Northern Iowan 65:58, p.5
5/13/1969 Many UNI parents took advantage of springtime to visit their children; photo.
108 Untitled
College Eye 60:60, p.1
7/1/1966 Parents taking a break in front of the Music Hall (Russell Hall) during freshman orientation; photo.
109 Child-parent gap often unbridgeable but advantageous
Thompson--Thomas H. (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
College Eye 59:34, p.2
4/20/1965 Differences between lifestyles of generations is exaggerated too often; should be diminished.
110 Untitled
College Eye 58:1, p.2
9/20/1963 Two men discuss the raising of children, though they are not parents themselves.
111 Witham announces football ticket and seating rules
College Eye 58:1, p.7
9/20/1963 J. H. Witham describes seating regulations.
112 Johnston speaks to PTA group at SCI
Public Relations News Release 1960:506, p.1
7/11/1961 The State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Paul F. Johnston, speaks at the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers where he addresses one-hundred and fifty attendees on the "Future of Education in Iowa".
113 Clifford L. Bishop writes an article entitled, "Education: The Responsibility of All"
Public Relations News Release 1951:170, p.1
11/20/1951 The article is in the November issue of the magazine which is the official publication of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers. Bishop expresses the hope that every child will have an adequate education.
114 W. Gjerde, audio-visual specialist at the college, writes that society today requires that children have many new educational experiences
Public Relations News Release 1951:169, p.1
11/20/1951 Gjerde states, fortunately, there is available a highly efficient and effective teaching aid--the sound film. Gjerde's article, appeared in the November issue of Iowa Parent-Teacher, official publication of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers.
115 Three out-of-town speaking engagements during the coming month are scheduled for President J. W. Maucker
Public Relations News Release 1951:18, p.1
9/7/1951 Maucker's speaking engagements will include: the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers in Ames; Mitchell county teachers meeting in Osage; and the annual convention of the Iowa Taxpayers Association in Cedar Rapids.
116 Reports on seven phases of Iowa PTA "Councils at Work" closed out the two-day leadership training conference of the Iowa Congress
Public Relations News Release 1951:5, p.1
8/1/1951 About 85 district and council PTA leaders heard the reports by PTA officials on leadership procedures in membership, council programs, finance, and budget, radio, study groups, and the fund drive for a congress-owned national headquarters.
117 A National Public School Authority said that Parents and Teachers have a common role
Public Relations News Release 1950:434, p.1
7/30/1951 "That role is one of understanding, cooperation and leadership," said Agnes Samuelson, assistant editor of the NEA Journal and former Iowa state superintendent of public instruction.
118 Special to Citiziens & Their Schools, National Citizens Commission for Public Schools
Public Relations News Release 1950:433, p.1
7/26/1951 About 120 persons attended the workshop, including 50 leaders of state organizations in business, industry, labor, farming, religion, education, temperence, and other professional fields. Commission member O. H. Roberts, Jr., was the keynote speaker.
119 Summer students at the college will have an opportunity to observe parent-teacher relations Monday and Tuesday
Public Relations News Release 1950:431, p.1
7/26/1951 The Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers will hold a two-day leadership conference on campus. Two programs have been planned for the students and public. Agnes Samuelson will speak on "Parents and Teachers as Partners."
120 Campus Elementary school will be dismissed Friday, August 4, at 12 noon.
Public Relations News Release 1950:1, p.1
8/2/1950 High school will end the term Wednesday, August 9; will resume instruction Monday, September 11. Registration and assignment of pupils will take place at 10 a.m. of the same day. Elementary school, will begin Monday, September 18, at 9 a.m.
121 'Parents have not set a very good example for teen-age drivers' -- Mazula
College Eye 41:34, p.2
7/7/1950 Believes that many car accidents involving teenagers may be due to poor parental driving habits.
122 Parent alumni to be guests at luncheon
College Eye 41:28, p.6
4/28/1950 Special invitations are being sent to second generation alumni.
123 Panther papas tote the pigskin at T. C. this fall
Alumnus 30:4, p.16
10/1/1946 Many men on football team have young children; photo.
124 Thompson sees population increase
Alumnus 30:4, p.10
10/1/1946 Two students in Professor Thompson's population class become fathers with four days.
125 Pity dad, he pays for college days
College Eye 32:42, p.4
8/8/1941 Students appreciate their parents' contribution to their education.
126 Does rain or publicity attract strangers to this college campus?
College Eye 30:40, p.1
7/21/1939 Many parents seem to be visiting campus.
127 Survey reveals farming tops list of fathers' occupations; mining, blacksmithing and piano tuning are in minority
College Eye 27:16, p.5
128 While there's education there's hope
College Eye 27:53, p.2
8/16/1935 Parents still put education first for their children, even though there are hard times.
129 "Our teacher, she said--"
College Eye 27:50, p.2
7/26/1935 Teachers need to make a good impression on parents.
130 Phillips, students discuss problems of family life
College Eye 26:37, p.1
4/5/1935 Discuss role of parents in raising children.
131 Teachers' coeds follow King Solomon's slogan
College Eye 22:27, p.6
4/17/1931 College women give view on child rearing.
132 Parent-Teacher associations stimulate interest in rural school libraries
College Eye 18:6, p.3
7/16/1926 Progress in rural education.
133 Extract from a letter
College Eye 14:23, p.4
11/22/1922 Encourages students to appreciate their parents; comments on the definition of character.
134 Personal; of the students of the Iowa State Teachers College; occupation of parents fall term 1912
College Eye 2:11, p.2
11/14/1912 Report on the occupations of parents of ISTC students; 704 of the 1169 reported are farmers.
135 Training
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 14:7, p.100
10/17/1903 Some reasons why industrial training is necessary in the schools of today.
136 Cooperation of parent and teacher
Lane--Minnie M. (Class of 1885)
Students' Offering 8:33, p.3
137 Visiting schools
Severin--Louisa A.
Students' Offering 8:32, p.4
11/1/1883 Parents should visit schools.


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