Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 21: RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTE
Rural Youth Guidance Institute 1939 Planning
RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTE 1939 Morris Planning Report to Board of PMSS
The following correspondence describes the difficult social and political environment in which the RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTE was engaging in 1939. The report by Glyn Morris to the Board of PMSS describes the environment surrounding Pine Mountain Settlement School as an educational center at that time and how that model could provide guidance for surrounding schools.
Sponsored by The Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth (Formerly, The Southern Woman’s Educational Alliance) with the cooperation of other agencies and individual consultants, this Rural Youth Guidance Institute was planned for October 31, 1939, to be held on the campus of Pine Mountain School.
TAGS: 1939 Rural Youth Guidance Institute, consultants, politics, Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth, rural youth needs, vocational counseling, vocational education, youth-serving agencies, guidance programs, measurement tools for education, youth migration to city, agriculture as a vocation, CCC camps, rural non-farm opportunities, U.S. Employment Service, NYA, training for rural living, itinerant counselors, experimental regional vocational schools, out-of-school youth, handicapped children, credit unions, birth control, U.S. Employment Service, regional occupational school, case studies, homemaking education, education of parents
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