Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
For four years, the organization of a Parent- Teacher Association in the Rosenwald number I. Elementary school has been a challenging problem to me. I constantly meet with friends. They tell me how their Parent-Teacher Associations are solving, for school and community, numerous problems which are urgent and vital to the welfare of their pupils.
Each year we attempt to organize a Parent-Teacher Association. But, we are never successful. Still, in the midst of continuous failure, I can see the growing need for Parent-Teacher co-operation in the Rosenwald No. I. Elementary School District. And, I am determined to plan a program that will prove successful. It is in this interest, that I submit this proposed program for a Parent- Teacher Association in the Rosenwald Number I. Elementary School, Huntsville, Texas.
The ultimate purpose will be first to make the citizens of this school district who are interested in child welfare aware of an urgent need; second, to show the value of co-operation in solving a problem which is common to all; and third, to recommend the Parent-Teacher Association as a means of satisfying their urgent needs, and thereby solving their common problems.
Nelson T. Archer
Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Bridges, E. H. (1938). A Proposed Program for a Parent-Teacher Association and Its Value to the Rosenwald Number One Elementary School, Huntsville, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/155