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Página 6 - Territories, and of diffusing such information respecting the organization and management of schools and school systems, and methods of teaching, as shall aid the people of the United States in the establishment and maintenance of efficient school systems and otherwise promote the cause of education throughout the country.
Página 6 - I will not call upon you to do anything which I regard as wrong. Nor will I teach you anything which I regard as not conforming with the truth. I will, as I have done heretofore, let my conscience...
Página 4 - In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. The first is freedom of speech and expression everywhere in the world. The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way everywhere in the world.
Página 24 - There must be international cooperative action to set up the mechanisms which can thus insure peace. This must include eventual adjustment of national armaments in such a manner that the rule of law cannot be successfully challenged and that the burden of armaments may be reduced to a minimum.
Página 21 - Our schools, public and private, have always been molds in which we cast the kind of life we wanted. Today, what we all want is victory, and beyond victory a world in which free men may fulfill their aspirations. So we turn again to our educators and ask them to help us mold men and women who can fight through to victory. We ask that every school house become a service center for the home front. And we pray that our young people will learn in the schools and in the colleges the wisdom and forbearance...
Página 21 - Poverty with honor is preferable to wealth with dishonor. 8. Be truthful and be honest in thought and in action. Be just and charitable, courteous but dignified in. your dealings with your fellowmen. 9. Lead a clean and frugal life. Do not indulge in frivolity or pretense. Be simple in your dress and modest in your behavior. 10. Live up to the noble traditions of our people. Venerate the memory of our heroes. Their lives point the way to duty and honor.
Página 12 - WHEREAS the Congress by joint resolution of May 18, 1928 (45 Stat. 617), has authorized and requested the President of the United States to issue annually a proclamation setting apart May 1 as Child Health Day: NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANKLIN D.
Página 1 - Curricular programs to provide for: a. Courses in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, general mathematics, and in some cases trigonometry where many of the problems will be drawn from the field of aviation, navigation, mechanized warfare, and industry. b. Courses in industrial arts related to war needs and with special application to the operation of tools. c. Courses in auto-mechanics often in cooperation with local garages and farmerswith particular emphasis on the repair and operation of trucks, tractors,...
Página 8 - No trainee under the appropriations provided for in the foregoing paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 shall be discriminated against because of sex, race, or color, and, where separate schools are required by law for separate population groups, to the extent needed for trainees of each such group, equitable provisions shall be made for facilities and training of like quality.