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VICTOR S. ENSMINGER
Pennsylvania State College.
NORMAN C, HOFFMAN
Muhlenberg College. A . li.
jANE'I' H. DAY
Kutztown State Teachers
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Gettysburg College, A.B.
CLARENCE F. HORN
Director of Student Person-
New York l'niversity, B.S
RICHARD A. IMMLER
Lebanon Valley College,
University of Pennsylvania
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l MARK H. LAYSER
The school ot' today is vitally concerned with the type of social being a youth becomes,
for it must be kept in mind that public education is supported primarily to enable boys
and girls to grow into socially competent, adult citizens. Social competence means much
more than learning certain bodies of knowledge and mastering certain skills. lt means
the ability to live happy, healthy livesg to do well some part of the world's work. It
means desirable attitudes, ideals, intelligent self-control, fair play, good sportsmanship,
respect for law and order and consideration for the rights ol' others. Wlierl evaluating
our educational product, we must consider thatg what a student is and does is as
important as what he knows.
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Millersville Stats 'l4C1lt'llCI'S I-fblmon VUHCY College-
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MARIA A. SMITH
SARAH G. MOSER
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Kutztown State Teachers
College, BS. Taylur Business School
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Muthcnmtics General Vocational
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