Statewide principal's conference address


Title
Statewide principal's conference address
Description
Outline of a discussion on the topic of "The Principal and Contemporary Issues in the School Laws of North Carolina" held at the statewide principal's conference, a Division of NCEA. The outline was prepared by H. Wayne Bare and includes remarks to be given by North Carolina state Attorney General Robert Morgan. While not explicit, Morgan's portion of the address appears to address "disruptions" and "disorder" caused by civil rights protests led by students. Morgan appears to be advocating for tougher discipline and punishments for such "disruptions" and to calm fears by conveying that these are few in number and caused by "small groups wanting turmoil rather than change." Numbered: Vol. 04, no. 20.
Date
November 05, 1969
Original Format
manuscripts
Extent
Local Identifier
0268-s4-ss14-sss5-b986-fa-i63
Creator(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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