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12708
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A \"quality education\"Â┬Łas promised by appropriations increased in 1961 is coming to public schools, and the result is palpable. A survey conducted by the author represents visits to 100 school systems in North Carolina, and interviews with school officials. Some of the improvements include smaller teacher loads, recruitment of better teachers, and enrichment of school programs.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 22, Mar 1962, p7-8, 18, por
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13455
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The Carolina Dramatic Association, evolved from Frederick H. Koch at Chapel Hill, is responsible for one of the first plays to be written by an American, and performed by a company of American actors. Koch, known affectionately as \"Proff,\" envisioned an extension of Carolina Playmaking to communities of the entire state. This view that has been validated in the past 39 years during annual drama festivals held at Chapel Hill.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 22, Mar 1962, p11-12, il
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