Clarke School for the Deaf
Includes a list of Clarke School officers and teachers, the report of the corporation, principal's report, the report of the Centennial Development Department, the report of the Building Committee, three reports of the Research Department, report of the Guidance Department, courses of study, general information on the structure and history of the school, a catalogue of pupils, a list of graduates, a school calendar, a description of the school's Teacher Education Department, and photographs of students, staff, and facilities. The report of the corporation, submitted by Archibald V. Galbraith, discusses student graduation and alumni progress, the shortage of teachers for the deaf, and the death of Mrs. Russell William Magna. The principal's report, submitted by Principal George T. Pratt, covers the increasingly critical shortage of teachers for the deaf, the First Annual Institute for the Hearing Handicapped, participation in a Civilian Defense alert drill, administrative activities, student enrollment and graduations, teacher departures and appointments, teacher education department graduates, the Clarke School's Parents Conference, and activities of the Alumni Association. The report of the Centennial Development program includes activities of the Development Program, including donations, a proposal for a new physical education building, news that the legislature intended to provide federal funding to deaf education had been unsuccessful, and a financial report. The reports of the Research Department concern research into experimental phonetics, hereditary deafness, and the psychological and intellectual development of deaf children.