Education: N.E.A. Week

It was hot in Los Angeles as 22,000 members of the National Education Association* began arriving last fortnight for their 6gth annual convention. Hearty in all things, the city had decked itself with N. E. A.'s banners of blue & gold and welcoming committees waited everywhere to hand the delegates boutonnieres of California flowers.

New President elected last week, according to the Association's custom of alternating male & female, was a woman: Florence M. Hale, director of rural education in Maine, who succeeded President Willis...

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