Research


New York State Commissioner of Education Ewald B. Nyquist Speech Files

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
The series consists of drafts and final copies of speeches delivered by Ewald B. Nyquist, as well as clippings, notes, correspondence, and other materials related to the preparation of these speeches. The speeches date from Nyquist's tenure as Commissioner of Education, as well as previously held positions in the department. Topics include accreditation of higher education institutions, teacher education, role of state education agencies, racial integration, education reform, open learning environments, and moral and humanistic education.
Creator:
Title:
Quantity:
37 cubic feet of textual records.
Inclusive Dates:
1951-1980
Series Number:
B1060
Sponsor:
The New York Community Trust - Wallace Special Projects Fund

Arrangement

The material is arranged by format type, then chronologically. Background and preparatory material is followed by speech files. Most speech files contain the final speech, usually with some final drafts.

Administrative History

Ewald B. Nyquist was born November 1, 1914 in Rockford, Illinois. He attended and graduated from Rockford public schools and entered the University of Chicago in 1931. While at Chicago, he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and pursued graduate study in psychology, without earning an advanced degree. In 1945, Nyquist became the Assistant Director of University Admissions at Columbia University in New York, rising to the position of director in 1948. Nyquist then moved on to the New York State Education Department in 1951, becoming the Assistant Commissioner for Higher Education. In 1955, he was named Associate Commissioner for Higher and Professional Education, and in 1957, he became Deputy Commissioner of Education. On May 2, 1969, Nyquist was named Acting Commissioner of Education, replacing James Allen, who had been appointed U.S. Commissioner of Education in February of that year. On November 21, Nyquist was officially named Commissioner of Education and President of the University of the State of New York by the State Board of Regents.

As Commissioner of Education, Nyquist focused attention on the reform of school operations and curriculum. Nyquist was an advocate of “open education,” an educational philosophy emphasizing individualized instruction and student-directed learning. In addition, Nyquist implemented Project Redesign, an effort to facilitate community involvement in examining and redesigning school operations within specific school districts. Nyquist’s tenure also saw increased focus on bilingual education, spurred by the 1972 Regents Position Paper on Bilingual Education. Also, under Nyquist’s tenure, the Education Department expanded its focus on higher education beyond public universities. The Regents External Degree Program allowed for undergraduate degrees, awarded by the Regents, to be given to people based on knowledge and skills gained outside of college. In addition, the Higher Education Opportunity Program funded programs to assist minority and disadvantaged students in attending non-public institutions of higher learning. In the field of cultural education, much of Nyquist’s tenure saw the planning and development of the Cultural Education Center in the South Mall of the Empire State Plaza, as well as planning for the establishment of the New York State Archives.

Nyquist’s most controversial policies were related to school desegregation. Sharing the views of his predecessor, James Allen, Nyquist was a proponent of the assigning of students to specific schools to achieve racial integration, a practice commonly known as “busing.” Nyquist’s desegregation policies drew much public criticism, and led the New York State Legislature in 1969 to enact a law barring the assignment of pupils to specific schools to achieve “equality of attendance…of persons of one or more particular races” without the approval of the relevant local board of education. Nevertheless, in the early 1970s, the State Education Department assisted several urban school districts in producing and implementing desegregation plans, and in 1976, provided assistance to the Buffalo school system in implementing a federal court-ordered desegregation plan.

In the mid 1970s, Nyquist’s relationship with the State Board of Regents and state elected officials became increasingly contentious. In 1973, Governor Nelson Rockefeller proposed the creation of an independent “inspector general” to oversee the public school system in New York, thus challenging the independent authority of the Commissioner of Education. Meanwhile, in 1974, the State Legislature imposed term limits on members of the Board of Regents, leading to the replacement of pro-busing Regents with opponents of busing. Nyquist’s tenure as Commissioner of Education came to an end in 1976, when a majority of the Regents voted to dismiss him, the first time a sitting commissioner had been voted out by the Regents.

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of drafts and final copies of speeches delivered by Ewald B. Nyquist, as well as clippings, notes, correspondence, and other materials related to the preparation of these speeches. The speeches date from Nyquist's tenure as Commissioner of Education, as well as his time as Assistant Commissioner for Higher Education, Associate Commissioner for Higher and Professional Education, and Deputy Commissioner of Education. Topics covered in the speeches include accreditation of higher education institutions, teacher education, the role of state education agencies, racial integration, education reform, open learning environments, and moral and humanistic education.

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of this series.

Alternate Formats Available

There is no microform or digital version of this series.

Related Information

Related Materials

Series B0464 Commissioner's Constitutional Convention Files, 1958-1968, contains related records. Series/accretion 15080-80, contains the subject files of Commissioner of Education Ewald B. Nyquist.

Processing Information

This series’ description was enhanced as part of the States’ Impact on Federal Education Policy Project (SIFEPP), in April 2009. The New York Community Trust - Wallace Special Projects Fund provided funding for this project.

Access Terms

Personal Name(s):
Corporate Name(s):
Geographic Name(s):
Subject(s):
Genre(s):
Occupation(s):

Detailed Description

Dates Contents Box Folder
1964-1966 Stories and Quotations 1 1
1963-1966 Stories and Quotations 1 2
1960 April 1 Stories and Quotations 1 3
1960 April 18 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 4
1959 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 5
1960 June 1 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 6
1960 May 28 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 7
1960 November 30 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 8
1960 June 27 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 9
1960 October 18 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 10
1961 April 19 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 11
1961 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 12
1961 January 18 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 13
1961 March 15 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 14
1961 May 12 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 15
1961 July 18 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 16
1961 October 3 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 17
1961 November 1 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 18
1961 October 2 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 19
1955 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 20
1963-1965 Titles of Speeches 1 21
1962 February 12 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 22
1962 March 22 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 23
1962 May 2 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 24
1962 June 2 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 25
1962 June 17 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 26
1962 July 11 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 27
1962 September Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 28
1962 October Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 29
1962 December Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 30
1963 January 14 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 31
1963 February Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 32
1963 April 18 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 33
1963 May 31 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 34
1963 May 13 Stories, Personal Notes, Articles, and Background Materials 1 35
1963 August 19 Quotations 1 36
1963 November 11 Quotations 1 37
1964 January 28 Quotations 1 38
1964 February 23 Quotations 1 39
1964 April 19 Quotations 1 40
1964 May 19 Quotations 1 41
1964 June 19 Quotations 1 42
1964 July 16 Quotations 1 43
1964 November 27 Quotations 1 44
1965 January 19 Quotations 1 45
1965 May 24 Quotations 1 46
1965 August 25 Quotations 1 47
1965-1966 Quotations 2 1
1967 Quotations 2 2
1965-1966 Quotations 2 3
1966 May 4 Quotations 2 4
1966 May 5 Quotations 2 5
1966 May 7 Quotations 2 6
1966 June 2 Quotations 2 7
1967 February 25 Stories 2 8
1967 July 11 Stories 2 9
1967 February 25 Stories 2 10
1967 May 26 Stories 2 11
1967 October 31 Stories 2 12
1968 February 28 Stories 2 13
1968 July 5 Stories 2 14
1968 September 8 Phrases 2 15
1969 August 20 Phrases 2 16
1969 February 19 Stories 2 17
1969 October 31 Quotations 2 18
1970 January Quotations 2 19
1970 April Stories 2 20
1970 September 11 References 2 21
1971 February 16 References 2 22
1971 June 2 References 2 23
1971 October 2 References 2 24
1972 March 23 References 3 1
1972 September 18 References 3 2
1973 April 11 References 3 3
1973 October 24 References 3 4
1975 December 16 References 3 5
1975 December 16 References 3 6
1976 October 8 References 3 7
1977 April 3 References 3 8
1979 November 23 Clippings 3 9
1979 Change Agent Programs 3 10
1967-1968 Credentialism 3 11
1974 Aaron Burr - "An Almost Regent" 3 12
1971 Quality in Elementary and Secondary Education 3 13
1955 Speech to State Teachers Colleges at Oswego 4 1
1952 The Soft Pedagogy of Evening Programs, National Association of Evening Colleges 4 2
undated Speech on Accrediting at New Jersey College for Women 4 3
undated Address on Teacher Education and Accrediting, University of Rochester, Summer Session 4 4
1952 Speech to Albany High School 4 5
1952 January 19 Speech to New York Association of Junior Colleges 4 6
1951 December 6 Speech to Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York 4 7
1954-1968 Special File 4 8
1963 Pamphlet, How Does a Community College Earn Accreditation? 4 9
1968 May Order Blanks for Middle States Documents 4 10
1959 June 16 About Serving in a Middle States Team 4 11
1959-1960 Evaluation Handbook 4 12
1954 July Document F8.00 Consultants for Educational Institutions 4 13
1953 March 5 Conference on Cooperative Evaluation in Higher Education 4 14
1953 March 19 Conference on Cooperative Evaluation in Higher Education 4 15
1954 September Doc. 2.30 Step-by-Step Outline of MS Evaluation Process 4 16
1955 September Doc. 2.35 How to Conduct an Institutional Self-Evaluation 4 17
1965 March Doc. 2.36B Preparing for Accreditation 4 18
1954 January Doc. 2.40 Responsibilities of Members of MS Evaluating Committee 4 19
1965 January Doc. 2.47 Special Evaluation Plan 4 20
1957 February Doc. 2.50 Cooperative Evaluations 4 21
1957 Doc. 2.51 Joint Evaluation of Programs of Teacher Education by MSA and NCATE 4 22
1953 October Doc. 2.55 Organization and Duties of MS Evaluating Committees for Complex Institutions 4 23
undated Pamphlet, Some Aspects Concerning Evaluation of a Complex Institution 4 24
1954 December Doc. 2.60 Evaluation of Related Secondary and Collegiate Programs 4 25
1953 September Doc. 2.60 Joint Evaluation of Secondary and Higher Institutions 4 26
1955 January Doc. 2.61 Institutional Adequacy to Offer Graduate Programs in Pennsylvania 4 27
1959 November Doc. 2.61 Evaluation of Related Secondary and Collegiate Programs 4 28
1955 January Doc. 2.63 Confidential Materials Warning 4 29
1959 June Doc. 2.64 Middle States Consultants to Accompany Representatives of Specialized Accrediting Agencies on Interim Visits 4 30
1953 October Doc. 2.65 Techniques and Practices 4 31
1963 June Doc. 2.67 Types of Re-evaluation Plans 4 32
1953 October Doc. 2.75 Evaluation Report 4 33
undated Doc. 2.77 Writing the Evaluation Report (empty) 4 34
1954 April Doc. 2.82 How the Commission Receives, Considers, and Acts on MS Evaluation Reports 4 35
1954 February Doc. 2.84 Charges for Services and Supplies 4 36
1957 May Doc. 3.00 Middle States Characteristics of Excellence in Higher Education and Standards for MS Accreditation 4 37
undated Doc. 3.11 Meaning of and Eligibility for MSA Accreditation (empty) 4 38
1955 September Doc. 3.12 Middle States Membership and Accreditation 4 39
1966 July Doc. 3.14A Middle States Membership and Accreditation 4 40
1954 July Doc. 3.15 Criteria of Excellence in General or Liberal Education 4 41
1954 November Doc. 3.16 Liberal Education in Specialized Criteria 4 42
1956 April Doc. 3.17 General or Liberal Education in the Programs of Specialized Schools 4 43
1957 February Doc. 4.10 Functions of Boards of Trustees in Higher Education, February 1957 4 44
1957 May Doc. 4.20 Women in Institutions of Higher Education, May 1957 4 45
1961 June Doc. 4.22 Criteria for Programs of Foreign Study 4 46
1959 November Doc. 4.37 The Accreditation of Colleges Conducted by Roman Catholic Religious Communities for their Own Members 4 47
1956 February Doc. 4.39 Intercollegiate Athletics Programs 4 48
1955 January Doc 4.41 Intercollegiate Athletics: A Questionnaire for Self-Evaluation 4 49
1958 December Doc. 4.60 Junior Colleges and Community Colleges 4 50
1963 June Doc. 4.65 Teacher Education in Liberal Arts Colleges 4 51
1959 May Doc. 4.72 Graduate Work 4 52
1953 December Doc. 4.80 Suggestions on the Evaluation of Libraries for the MSA 4 53
1957 October Doc. 4.81 Evaluating the Library 4 54
1950-1960 Notes for Guidance of Committee Chairmen 4 55
1958 January Doc. 5.00 Questionnaire Guide for Institutional Self-Evaluation 4 56
1958 January Doc. 5.01 Questionnaire Guide for Institutional Self-Evaluation, Part B 4 57
undated Doc. 5.05 Suggested Outline for Institutional Self-Evaluation (empty) 4 58
1954 February Doc. 5.14 Part B of Questionnaire for Schools and Departments of Music 4 59
1953 June 19 Progress Toward Coordinated Evaluation Procedures 4 60
1954 August Doc. F5.111 Single Purpose Instructions, Questionnaire Instructions 4 61
1961 June Doc. 8.01 Consultants for Educational Institutions 4 62
1954 April Letter from [T.E.] Blackwell Re: Borrowing from Endowment Funds 4 63
1957 September Confidential Memo - September 1957, Suggestions for Chairmen of 1958 Evaluation Teams 4 64
1954 February Princeton University 4 65
1956 April 26 Middle States - Why some institutions fail to gain Middle States Accreditation (statement written by F. Taylor Jones) 4 66
1956 Princeton University 4 67
1960 New York University and College 4 68
1960 Department of Public Instruction - State of Pennsylvania 4 69
1957 November Workshop, Atlantic City 5 1
1957 September Invocation 5 2
1957 November 30 Invocation 5 3
1957 November 1 Speech to Junior Colleges 5 4
1957 November 3 The Library, A Key to Moral and Intellectual Leadership (Dedication of Nazareth College Library, Rochester) 5 5
1957 June 2 Centenary College Speech 5 6
1954 May Honorary Degrees: History, Uses, Abuses 5 7
1957 June 19 Conisius College, Buffalo NY 5 8
1957 April Annual Report, Chairman of Commission 5 9
1957 April 25 Invocation 5 10
1957 March 15 Report to Chairman of Commission to Executive Commissioner of MSA 5 11
Undated Man's Right to Knowledge New School for Social Research 5 12
1956 Remarks on Behalf of Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart 5 13
1956 November 12 St. John's Speech 5 14
Undated Functions and Responsibilities of Trustees (Middle States Association) 5 15
1956 November 23 Towards a Policy on Teacher Education 5 16
1956 November Annual Report of Chairman of Commission on Institutions of Higher Education 5 17
1956 December 6-7 Review of Cooperative Activities and Department Planning 5 18
1956 November Invocation, MSA 5 19
1956 November Invocation, MSA 5 19
1956 June 4 New York State School Nurse Teachers Association - Lake Placid 5 20
1956 New Departures in Higher Education 5 21
1956 Convocation Remarks to New Presidents - Convocation 5 22
1956 April Teacher Education and NCATE 5 23
1955 4:30 Meeting, Chairmen Registry 5 24
1955 May 19 Issues in the Professionalization of Teaching 5 25
1955 June Columbia University 5 26
1956 May 2 Comment on William P. Viall 5 27
1953 December Talk on Athletics, Deerfield Academy 5 28
1956 June 2 Ladycliff College: Her Future and the Liberal Education Commencement 5 29
1956 April Invocation, Skytop 5 30
Undated Invocation for the Commission 5 31
1955 Fall Invocation 5 32
1956 January St. John's University, University Council 5 33
Undated Supporting Higher Education in the State of New York 5 34
1955 Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, Annual Report of Chairman 5 35
1955 State Association of Students 5 36
1955 June 13 Commencement Address, STC Brockport 5 37
1953 March 28 Accrediting: National Commission on Accrediting 5 38
1956 October 19 The Future of Higher Education and the Role of the Library 5 39
1956 September 8 State Teachers College, Indiana, PA 5 40
1954 Fall Report to MSA as Chairman 5 41
1954 Fall What Shall Be the Commission's Policy on Re-Evaluation 5 42
1954 June Liberal Arts and Pharmacy As a Profession (Long Island University) 5 43
1954 June Notre Dame College Commencement Speech 5 44
Undated The Community College and Technical Institute 5 45
Undated Nursing As a Profession, Columbia University 5 46
Undated Speech on Accrediting, Liberal Arts Faculty, Syracuse University 5 47
Undated Some Aspects of Admissions Work at Columbia University 5 48
1955 Speech to Superintendents on Certification 5 49
1952 Westport Conference Speech 5 50
1953 November Programs of Acceleration, Compression, and Abridgement: Their Significance for College H.S. Articulation 5 51
1953 Fall SEC's Report, MSA 5 52
Undated Intercollegiate Athletics at Maryland 5 53
1952 Criteria Defining Higher Education 5 54
1953 May Present Function of the Liberal Arts College, Speech at Hunter 5 55
Undated The State Director and the Proposal for Minimum Standards 5 56
Undated Intercollegiate Athletics at George Washington 5 57
Undated Accrediting, Pennsylvania Association of Colleges 5 58
1952 Speech to MSA 5 59
Undated Speech to AAUW on Accrediting 5 60
1953 Speech on Accrediting, ECPD 5 61
1953 Greetings From the Regents to Hartwick 5 62
Undated Accrediting Speech at Johns Hopkins to Faculty 5 63
1954 Honorary Degrees 5 64
1954 Accrediting - Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges 5 65
1954 Admissions - Policies and Procedures - Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges 5 66
1953 Extension and Adult Education, NYS Association 5 67
Undated Speech on Accrediting and College Placement 5 68
Undated MSA Executive Committee Report on Commission 5 69
Undated Secondary Certification Requirements 5 70
1952 August 8 Commencement Speech, STC Fitchburg 5 71
1960 June 13 Grading As a Factor in Good Teaching (Catholic University of America) 6 1
1960 October 18 New Paltz and Her Opportunity for Increased Usefulness, New Paltz College of Education 6 2
1960 May 31 Molloy Catholic College for Women Commencement, The Benchmarks of Excellence 6 3
1960 March 2 Remarks and Charge to the Committee on Reference and Research Library Resources 6 4
1960 August 15 The Meaning of Accreditation 6 5
1960 May 30 Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, Commencement, Into the Looking Glass and The Crystal Ball 6 6
1960 January 27 Speech at St. Rose College, Some Future Developments in Higher Education 6 7
1959 November 12 Inter-institutional Cooperation Between Educational Agencies, Speech, New York Library Association 6 8
1958 December 1 Expanding Educational Opportunities (Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers) 6 9
1958 November 12 The College of the City of New York: Its Status and State Support 6 10
1958 February 20 The Identification and Development of Talent 6 11
1960 October 25 The Real Task of the Joint Legislative Committee on the Financing of Schools 6 12
1959 June 25 A Report of Progress on the National Defense Education Act of 1958 6 13
1959 October 15 The Benchmarks of Excellence -- Alfred University 6 14
1960 November 14 Opening Remarks at Research Convocation 6 15
Undated The Philosophy, Procedures, and Practices of the Middle States Association 6 16
1958 November The Values and Meaning of Self-Evaluation 6 17
1958 November 28 Annual Reports of the Chairman of Commission 6 18
1959 April 9 Self-Analysis and Teacher Education (State Teachers College, Geneseo, NY) 6 19
1957 November 29 The Commission's Future Evaluation and Accreditation Policy 6 20
1959 June 19-21 Background and Purpose of Princeton Meeting 6 21
1959 June 20-21 Princeton Conference 6 22
Undated Speech on Accrediting - Council on Social Work Education 6 23
Undated Greetings to State Teachers College, Fredonia 6 24
1957 April 17 The Listing of Junior Colleges in the Accreditation Bulletin 6 25
1957 May 29 Speech, Marymount College (Centenary College) 6 26
1959 May 26 Remarks on Behalf of Milton Musicus in Connection with the Alfred E. Smith Award 6 27
1959 April 14 Remarks at Trinity School 6 28
1959 April 14 Thiel College Commencement Address 6 29
1958 November 25 St. Francis College: Her Purpose and the Pursuit of Excellence 6 30
1959 November 21 Speech at Puerto Rico Junior College 6 31
1960 February 14-17 Opening Remarks at Pratt Institute 6 32
1960 February 14-17 Instructions to Team Members, Pratt Institute 6 33
1956 The Team Chairman's Definition of an Effective Evaluator 6 34
Undated Opening Remarks, Penn State University 6 35
1958 October 15 MSA, Hunter College - Chairmanship and Evaluation 6 36
1959 November Annual Report of Chairman to Association 6 37
1959 November Invocation 6 38
1958 April Annual Report, Chairman of Commission 6 39
1959 April 23 Invocation, Skytop 6 40
1959 April 23-25 Annual Report of Chairman, Skytop 6 41
1958 October 22 Dominant Factors Shaping the Future of Education, Vocational and Practical Arts Education Conference 6 42
Undated Some Current Dangers to Individualism, Speech to Russell Sage Student Body 6 43
1959 June 8 Juniata College Commencement Address (The Marks of Excellence) 6 44
1959 July 12 Remarks at Dedication of John Brown House 6 45
1959 June 24 Albany High School Commencement 6 46
1958 September 2 Dedication of the Cortland TV Project 1958 September 2 1958 exact 6 47 6 47
1959 August 31 Speech Given at American Podiatry Association Meeting, "Health Education in the Schools" 6 48
1958 March 1 Report to Executive Committee, Middle States Association 6 49
1958 November 28 Report of Chairman 6 50
1958 April Conference on Science and Mathematics, Sponsored by State University of New York (New Paltz) 6 51
1958 September 12 The Status of Education in New York State 6 52
1958 December 12 Speech, Council of School Superintendents, Syracuse 6 53
1958 June 26 A Review of The Pursuit of Excellence: Education and the Future of America 6 54
1958 September 28 Canisius Dedication, Buffalo NY 6 55
1958 November 29 Invocation 6 56
Undated Conditions and Responsibilities of Academic Employment 6 57
1958 November 24 Invocation 6 58
1958 October 19 Remarks on Planning for Higher Education in New York, NYU 6 59
1957 December 6-7 Association of Colleges and Universities, A Review of Cooperative Activities and Planning 6 60
1958 November 16 Guidance Counselors 6 61
1959 March 14 Report of the Chairman, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education to the Association, Philadelphia, PA 6 62
1957 November MSA, Annual Report 6 63
1960 June 16 Remarks at Yeshiva University 7 1
1960 December Investments in the future: "To Take the Most Furthest and the Best Highest" in the State of New York 7 2
1960 October 25 Putting Secondary Things First: Advanced Placement Program 7 3
1961 January 19 Pace College - Greetings from State Education Department 7 4
1961 March 18 A Soul is a Very Expensive Thing to Keep or The Pile Has Gone Critical -- New Jersey Association of Colleges and Universities, Monmouth College 7 5
1961 March 16 Some of My Best Friends Are Registrars -- Albany 7 6
1961 April 17 To Take the Most Furthest and the Best Highest in the University of the State of New York -- Nassau County Library Association 7 7
1961 April 22 To Take the Most Furthest and the Best Highest in the University of the State of New York -- Columbia University 7 8
1961 May 9 The Square's Root -- Mathematical Association of America 7 9
1961 May 10 Before the Gates of Excellence, Sweat -- Immaculata College 7 10
1961 May 18 Before the Gates of Excellence, Sweat or Being Both Amateur and Excellent -- St. John's Varsity dinner 7 11
1961 June 1 Excellence at Marymount Manhattan 7 12
1961 June 4 The Other Directedness of American Higher Education -- Gettysburg College 7 13
1961 July 20 St. John's University Speech 7 14
1961 October 3 Engineering and the State Education Department 7 15
1961 October 9 The Wisest Man Who Had Not the Gift of Foresight -- Nurse Group, Buffalo 7 16
1961 November 1 Every Good and Excellent Thing -- Inaugural address, St. John's University 7 17
1961 November 2 The Academic Case for Fall-Out Protection 7 18
1962 January 19 Introductory Remarks for Project "Able Conference" 7 19
1962 February 7 Memo to several friends (Murphy's Law etc --) 7 20
1962 February 9 Put Distance in your Eyes and Get the Future into your Bones -- Collegiate Nursing Programs, New York City 7 21
1962 February 13 The Role of the State in Financial Aid -- University of Pennsylvania 7 22
1962 March 8 The Meaning and Control of Accreditation 7 23
1962 March 22 Time's Wing??d Chariot -- Service Award Luncheon 7 24
1962 April 4 Speech at State University College of Education, Albany re Libraries 7 25
1962 May 3 Equality is the Moral Imperative of our Era -- Commission on Civil Rights Conference, Washington D.C. 7 26
1962 May 25 Reading Conference of the Board of Regents, Albany 7 27
1962 June 1 Excellence at Rosary Hill: Doing the Truth in Charity 7 28
1962 June 3 Excellence at Mount St. Agnes College Baltimore Maryland 7 29
1962 June 19 This Orbit of Mine -- Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. 7 30
1962 June 22 Putting Secondary Things First: the Second Time 'Round -- Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy 8 1
1962 September 26 New York State's Cup of TV or Time's Winged Chariot -- The New York State Educational Radio and Television Association 8 2
1962 September The Regents of the University of the State of New York: Who They Are and What They Do 8 3
1962 October 25 The Regents of the University of the State of New York: We Must Disenthrall Ourselves: New Directions in Organizing for Educational Research -- SUNY Albany 8 4
1962 December 8 Rheum at the Top: The Obligations of Institutions of Higher Education in Meeting the Shortage of Educated Manpower in the Decades Ahead 8 5
1963 January 8 You are absolutely right - to a certain extent -- American Society for Public Administration, Albany 8 6
1963 January 14 To Affect the Quality of the Day -- Albany 8 7
1963 February 18 Speech to United Parents Association 8 8
1963 February 25 Speech to League of Women Voters at DeWitt, Clinton 8 9
1963 March 28 The Role of Catholic Colleges in the State's Plans for Higher Education: some comments 8 10
1963 April 19 Our Library Affairs and Federal Legislation: Calculated interdependence and Reliable Complexities -- Albany 8 11
1963 May 23-24 Equality, New York State and the Foreign Student Adviser 8 12
1963 How Are You Doing Wise-Wise? Pennsylvania 8 13
1963 June 17 The Debit Column is the One Nearest the Window 8 14
1963 June 21 A Man Maun Gang his Ain Gait, or Putting Secondary Things First. Advanced Placement Conference for Administrators 8 15
1963 July 10 Hemi-Demi-Semi-Quavers -- Music Executives' Institute 9 1
1963 October 21 They who teach young people well are more to be honored than they who produce them - D' 9 2
1963 November 6 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Geneva College Pennsylvania 9 3
1963 November 11 Some Factors Characterizing Excellence in Faculty - Geneva College, Pennsylvania 9 4
1963 November 19 Foreword - Roy Deferrari's book on Roman Catholic Higher Education 9 5
1963 December 17 Making College Count: A College Guide for High School Football Players, by the National Football Foundation 9 6
1964 January 15 Lecture - School of Public Administration 9 7
1964 January 24 Go Forward in the Way As It Opens or Don't Never Look Back - Something May be Gaining On You 9 8
1964 February 1 The Wing Wherewith We Fly to Heaven -- Council on Social Work, Canada 9 9
1964 February 13 Education is a Many-Splintered Thing or Putting Secondary Things First in the State of New York -- Los Angeles, California 9 10
1964 February 22 Putting Your Best Foot Forward or Podiatry is a Many-Splintered Thing -- New York 9 11
1964 April 16 Your Public Servants Serve You Right: Management of School Integration 9 12
1964 April 30 You Can Take It With You -- Society of Certified Public Accountants 9 13
1964 May 16 I Love My Wife, but Oh Euclid! -- Mathematical Association of America 9 14
1964 May 19 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- College of St. Elizabeth or Maria Regina 9 15
1964 May 22 A Mighty Oak is Just a Little Nut that Held Its Ground -- Advanced Placement in American History, English and Mathematics 9 16
1964 June 11-12 Issues in the Art of Putting Two Skills into One Skull -- Issues in the Education of Modern Teachers 9 17
1964 June 30 Some Remarks on the Need for Review of HEAC's Loan Program -- a report to the Higher Education Assistance Corporation 9 18
1964 July 14 Room at the Top or Educational Leadership in New York 9 19
1964 July 8 Education is a Many-Splintered Thing or Putting Secondary Things First in the State of New York -- Colgate University 9 20
1964 July 15 Demi-Semi-Quavers or The Second Time Around -- Music Executives' Institute 9 21
1964 August 4 A Prescription for the Pharmacy Profession -- National Association of Boards of Pharmacy 9 22
1964 August 20 Background to the Development of New York State's Proposed State Plan under the Higher Education Facilities Act, 1963 9 23
1964 October 4 Education for the Future in Whole-Sale Lots -- Council of Retail Merchants, Inc. 10 1
1964 November 2 A Triumvirate in a New Alliance or A Bright Future for Complexity -- the College Work-Study Program, the Loan Program and the Higher Education Facilities Act 10 2
1964 November 6 3 Flaws in the Ointment -- Conference for Beginning Administrators and Administrative Interns 10 3
1964 November 6 Room at the Top 10 4
1964 November 10 Reverend William Reilly - Bene Merens: a well-deserving man 10 5
1964 December 5 Hoisting a State on Its Own Canard or Room at the Top -- Deans and Student Advisors 10 6
1965 January 21 The Dilemma of Quantity and Quality in the Social Work Profession 10 7
1965 February 5 From Two to Toothless or Educational Quality and Pre-Kindergarten Programs 10 8
1965 February 5 IBM, Anyone? -- Institute on Data Processing 10 9
1965 March 19 New York's Tentative Plans for Title V of Elementary and Secondary Education Act 10 10
1965 March 20 New Jersey Higher Education in the mid-1960s; A time for Reform and Cooperation 10 11
1965 May 18 The Efficiency of Freedom: Rhode Island's Opportunity 10 12
1965 May 31 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Maria Regina College 10 13
1965 June 9 As Long As You're Up, Get Me A Grant 10 14
1965 June 22 The Role of Educational Communications in State Leadership -- Association of Chief State School Audio-Visual Officers, Colorado 10 15
1965 June 22 Food for Thought for Home Economists or Education is too Important to be Left Solely to Educators -- Convention, New Jersey 10 16
1965 July 14 Semi-Quavers or The Third Time Around -- Music Executives' Institute 10 17
1965 July 28-30 Conference of Governors' Commissions on Status of Women -- Washington D.C. 10 18
1965 August 27 A Glitch in Time -- Millersville State College Graduation 10 19
1965 September 8 Accrediting and Mother O'Byrne -- Manhattanville College Tribute 10 20
1965 September 22 Learning How to Live Under Water -- Statewide Long-Range Planning for Libraries, Chicago IL 11 1
1965 October 15 Museums as an Educational Resource -- New York State Association of Museums, Albany NY 11 2
1965 October 13 The Economic Opportunity Act: Displacement 11 3
1965 October 23 Room at the Bottom, Too or The Question of Quality in the Two-Year College 11 4
1965 October 25 Position of the Board of Directors on the HEAC Guarantee Provisions 11 5
1965 October 29 Report of the Acting Commissioner to Regents 11 6
1965 October 30 The Role of the Liberal Arts College in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century -- Introductory Address to Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart 11 7
1965 November 10 Local-State Federal Relationships in Education -- Beginning School Administrators Conference 11 8
1965 November 16 The Richer Meaning of the Migrant Labor Program -- planning for the Program for the Education of Children of Seasonal Migrant Agricultural Workers 11 9
1965 December 7 Regionalization's Challenge to Administration in Education -- Society for Public Administration 11 10
1965 December Growing Commitment to Education (Regents Brochure) 11 11
1965 December 16 The Guaranteed Student Loan Program in New York State: Prospects for Federal Involvement -- Office of Education, Washington D.C. 11 12
1966 January 18 The Relevance of Education in New York to the Report of the Committee for Economic Development -- Forum: Raising Low Incomes Through Improved Education 11 13
1966 January 20 How to Get into College Without Really Trying or Some Myths about College Admissions -- Community Education Forum, NY 11 14
1966 January 25 Speech to Republican Assemblymen, Albany NY 11 15
1966 January 31 Integration: What Should Come Naturally -- internal staff conference 11 16
1966 February 22 Proposed Testimony for State Legislators 11 17
1966 March 31 Integration: Why We Can't Wait -- Conference on Parent Education 11 18
1966 April 2 Promoting Educational Leadership in New Jersey -- Governor's Conference, NJ 11 19
1966 April 4 It Takes More than Two to Tangle or The Problems of the New Local-State-Federal Partnerships -- National Conference on School Finance, Chicago IL 11 20
1966 April 14 State Education Departments: Barriers or Brokers -- Conference on Public Administration 12 1
1966 May 10 Assuming the Mantle of Leadership Responsibility for Educational TV or Putting a Toga in Your Tank 12 2
1966 May 12 Teachers are More Important than Parents - Albany Rotary Club 12 3
1966 June 4 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Hudson Valley Community College graduation, Troy NY 12 4
1966 June 7 There are Two Ways to Get to the Top of an Oak Tree or Learning How to Live Under Water -- Geneva College PA 12 5
1966 June 12-15 Emerging Strategies and Structures for Educational Change -- Conference, Canada 12 6
1966 June 14-16 Pre-School Education: A First Priority -- national conference, NY 12 7
1966 June 20 If the Bugle Gives an Indistinct Sound, Who Will Get Ready for Battle? or State Education Departments: Bottlenecks or Pump? -- conference, Florida 12 8
1966 July 7 A Universal System of Education is Ultimately Tested at Its Margins or Putting a Tiger in Your Tank -- Advanced Placement Workshops in English and Mathematics 12 9
1966 July 12 The Three Rs in New York - Color Them Green (with money not envy) -- American Library Association 12 10
1966 July 13 Take Me to your Lieder -- Music Executives' Institute 12 11
1966 July 20 Unfinished Business of Civil War -- Institute for School Integration 12 12
1966 July 29 Report on Accrediting and Some Maine Institutions -- Academy of Educational Development 12 13
1966 July 30 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Mohawk Valley Community College graduation 12 14
1966 August 8 New York State Has Everything - Why Not You? Conference on Returned Peace Corps Volunteers 12 15
1966 September 27 A Universal System of Education is Ultimately Tested at Its Margins: Round 2 -- Religious Education Association conference on education for the handicapped 12 16
1966 September 28 Inauguration of the Archdiocese of New York Instructional Television Fixed Service Operation 12 17
1966 October 11 ASPA Panel on Educational Issues at Constitutional Convention 12 18
1966 November 4 The Misbehavioral Sciences and the State Education Department -- Conference of the Classical Association of the Empire State 12 19
1966 November 8 Accountability in Education -- Modern Education: Theory-Practice-Evaluation 12 20
1966 November 15 Games Administrators Must Play -- Conference for Beginning Administrators and Administrative Interns 12 21
1966 November 21 Light Notes on COEL: The Committee on Educational Leadership 13 1
1966 December 6 Multum in Parvo: inauguration of William Boyd as president of Mills College 13 2
1966 December 20-1967 February 14 Proposed Regents Legislative Brochure 1967 and draft testimony for Budget Hearing 13 3
1967 February 22 Federal Legislative and Budgetary Proposals 13 4
1967 February 27-March 2 Emergent Functions and Operations of State Education Departments - Implications for Vocational Education 13 5
1967 March 13 Organization and Structure of the University 13 6
1967 March 16 Speech to American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Chapter of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 13 7
1967 April Effecting Changes: a supplementary paper on Designing Education for the Future -- Conference Arizona 13 8
1967 April 3 State Strategies and Procedures for Effecting Changes -- Conference Arizona 13 9
1967 April 3 Why Johnny is Going to Read -- Statewide Reading Conference 13 10
1967 April 15 Multum in Parvo -- honoring Morley J. Mays at Elizabethtown College PA 13 11
1967 June 1 Remarks - Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title I Conference 13 12
1966 June 24 Prescription for a Profession -- College of Pharmacy graduation 13 13
1966 June 24 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Hudson Valley Community College graduation, Troy NY 13 14
1967 July 5 The Schools and Cultural Democracy -- Lincoln Center of Performing Arts 13 15
1967 July 12 Light Notes from the Aria of State Accrediting - Music Executives' Institute 13 16
1967 August 2 Poverty, Prejudice and the Public Library (The Public Library in the Urban Setting) -- Chicago IL 13 17
1967 September Unofficial draft statement on Long Range Planning, with estimated expenditure and staffing 13 18
1967 September 5 Binghamton School System - speech 13 19
1967 September 21 The Redistribution of Decision-making Power in Education or old superintendents never die they just lose their faculties -- School Superintendents Conference, Wisconsin 14 1
1967 October 2 Remarks at the Dedication of the Network Operations Center of the Educational TV New York Network 14 2
1967 October 31 Where the Action Is or The Cutting Edges in Guidance -- Conference for Guidance Counselors 14 3
1967 November 8 Turning on with Educational Data Systems or GI equals GO -- computer technology and trends in educational leadership 14 4
1967 November 11 A Hot Line to Tomorrow -- Conference of Vocational 14 5
1967 November 13 The Meaning and Purpose of Accreditation -- Council Serving the Blind and Visually 14 6
1967 December 4-1968 March 22 The Catholic University of America: a Preliminary Review of its Status and Its Prospects 14 7
1968 January Florida State Education Department Governor's Commission on Quality Education 14 8
1968 January 10 The Opportunities and Obligations of Our Schools in Integrated Education -- Schenectady County Commission on Human Rights 14 9
1968 January 19 The Meaning and Purpose of Accreditation -- Council Serving the Blind and Visually 14 10
1968 February 28 New Directions in Correcting Racial Imbalance -- conference on state aid 14 11
1968 March 8 Keeping Your Cool During a Long Hot Summer -- school programming and integration of the disadvantaged 14 12
1968 March 10 New Dimensions in School Personnel Administration 14 13
1968 March The Governance Organization and Administration of State Responsibilities for Education, including several volumes used as research material 14 14
1968 March 26 Toward a More Viable Merit System or Your Public Servants Serve You Right -- Public Personnel Association meeting 14 15
1968 April 16 Employer-Employee Relations -- Leadership Conference on Dispute Settlement in Educational Negotiations, Buffalo, NY 14 16
1968 May 6 The Superintendent of Schools: A Stranger in Paradox -- Buck Hill Falls PA 14 17
1968 June 16 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Rockland Community College commencement, NY 15 1
1968 August 19 State Education Department: Strangers in Paradox -- National Conference of Professors of Educational Administration 15 2
1968 September 10 Hemi-Demi-Semi-Quavers or The Extension of Literacy through Music and the Arts -- Conference for Music Education 15 3
1968 September 30 Men's Luncheon Group - observations in the New York Department of Education 15 4
1968 October 18 Accountability in Education - New York Teachers' Association 15 5
1968 November 1 The Future Belongs to Those Who Prepare for It -- Maryland Conference Toward Creative Leadership 15 6
1968 November 8 Creative Service and Constructive Change in The Nutrition of the Young -- conference for school food service directors 15 7
1969 January 10 The Role of the State Education Department in a Partnership of Shared Responsibility -- seminar for Office of Education staff, Washington D.C. 15 8
1969 January 26 National Education Assistance Panel discussion "Roadblocks to Equal and Adequate Educational Opportunities 15 9
1969 February 2 Summer School Administrators Conference 15 10
1969 February 5 The Importance of Education to the Individual and Society -- workshop for school administrators, Colorado 15 11
1969 February 17 Big City Financing - Some Possible Breakthroughs -- American Association of Schools Administrators 15 12
1969 March 18 To Remove the Impediments to a Man's Own Seeing or the Importance of Employing Blind Teachers in Public Schools -- New York Association of the Blind and The Rehabilitation Services Administration 15 13
1969 April 14 Decentralization or The Mournful Task of Making Little Ones out of Big Ones -- a report on New York City for the Center of Urban Studies [File 1 of 2] 15 14
1969 April 14 Decentralization or The Mournful Task of Making Little Ones out of Big Ones -- a report on New York City for the Center of Urban Studies [File 2 of 2] 15 15
1969 April 18 Issues and Goals for the Future -- reply to a survey from Colorado Department of Education on large Metropolitan School Systems 15 16
1969 May 7 Accountability in Education -- North Country School Study Council 15 17
1969 May 20 The Law on Campus Unrest -- Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York 15 18
1969 June 26 Remarks made at School Boards Association Dinner 15 19
1969 August 1 Points to Ponder for a New School Board Member -- workshop 15 20
1969 August 13 Greeting to Eighth General Assembly and International Congress of International Union of Crystallography 15 21
1969 July 18 Groups of Wrath: The Role of the State Education Department in Coping with Student and Teacher Militance (Unrest - Student, Staff and Community) 16 1
1969 July 21 Reprise on State Accreditation - Eastman School of Music 16 2
1969 August 26 The Revolting Student -- Chief School Officers Conference 16 3
1969 September 6 The Press, Schools and Some Priorities -- New York Press Association 16 4
1969 September 17 A Caul to Vision: Long-Range Planning in Education -- Ohio State University seminar on vocational and technical training 16 5
1969 September 23 Our Intellectual Estates and the State: Some Thoughts for New Presidents and Trustees -- conference, NY 16 6
1969 September 24 Regional Center Staff Development Conference - Videotaped address, Syracuse NY 16 7
1969 September An Open Letter to Teachers of New York State 16 8
1969 September 28 Raising the Quality of Discontent -- Conference for School District Administrators 16 9
1969 September 29 Community Service, Involvement, and Human Relations -- conference on poverty and race, Albany NY 16 10
1969 October 9 The Young, The Poor, and The Black -- conference for Beginning Administrators 16 11
1969 October 20 The Future of Catholic Higher Education or Question, Believe, and Build Tomorrow -- St. John's University 16 12
1969 October 27 School Leadership and Quality of Discontent -- Convention of NYS School Boards Association 16 13
1969 October 30 Remarks on New Employees' Reception 16 14
1969 November 12 Remarks to Staff Planning Institute -- Department of Education 16 15
1969 November 13 Remarks before New York Sate Regional Planning Conference 16 16
1969 November Presentation of Teacher of the Year at Regent's meeting 16 17
1969 November 21 Remarks -- rough handwritten draft pledge as commissioner of education 16 18
1969 December 3 Federal Title I, ESEA and Urban Education Conference 16 19
1970 January 8 The Eel in the Barrel -- conference on leadership opportunities for District Superintendents of Schools 16 20
1970 January 13 Reflections on Education in the 1970s -- Council of Churches meeting with legislators 16 21
1970 January 17 New York City and the State Education Department in the 1970s -- United Parents Association conference 16 22
1970 January 19 Remarks at Legislative Dinner -- rough draft 16 23
1970 January 21 Testimony Before Jonas Committee -- on the Regents and higher education in New York State 17 1
1970 January 25 Some Reflections on Education in the 1970s -- Congress of Parents and Teachers PTA Legislation workshop 17 2
1970 January 30 Some Future Directions for Education in the 1970s -- meeting of the School District Administrators 17 3
1970 February 9 Remarks to Men's/Women's Group -- handwritten notes on role of commissioner of education 17 4
1970 February 10 Some Questions in the 1970s for Higher Education -- College and University Trustee Institute 17 5
1970 February 13 Some Thoughts about the Future of Elementary and Secondary Education (An Evening with the Commissioner) -- Long Island School Board Institute 17 6
1970 February 20 Greetings to Summer High School Principals 17 7
1970 March 3 Legislative Reform: Executive Reaction -- dinner speech for American Society for Public Administration 17 8
1970 March 4 Remarks at the Department of Education New Employees' Reception 17 9
1970 March 5 Statement to the Commission on the Quality, Cost and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education 17 10
1970 March 5 Some Thoughts about the Future of Elementary and Secondary Education (An Evening with the Commissioner) -- Southern Tier School Board 17 11
1970 March 9 Appointment file: Capitol Area Administrative Group Luncheon 17 12
1970 March 10 Capital Area Conference on Prevention of Heart Disease 17 13
1970 March 15 Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) and USNY 17 14
1970 March 20 Remarks at Board of Regents' Service Awards Luncheon DeWitt 17 15
1970 March 30 Watch Out - Ears Have Walls -- article for the New York State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 17 16
1970 April 1 Education in the 1970s and the role of a State Education Department -- Illinois (not delivered) 17 17
1970 April 13 Some Reflections on Higher Education in the 1970s -- Long Island University Scholarship Fund Dinner 17 18
1970 April 15 Handwritten remarks at a Congressional Delegation meeting, Washington D.C. 17 19
1970 April 17 Rough notes for meeting with School Administrators, Watertown 17 20
1970 April 23 Remarks at Regents' meeting with business and industrial representatives 17 21
1970 April 23 Testimony to Senate Sub-Committee on Labor, Health and Welfare in Regard to 1971 OE Appropriations 17 22
1970 April 28 Education in the 1970s and the Role of a State Education Department Educational Administration Class - SUNY Albany 17 23
1970 April 28 Education in the 1970s (Evening with the Commissioner) -- Erie County Association of School Boards 17 24
1970 May 1 Human Relations and the Schools -- New York State Teachers Association Advisory Committee for Equal Educational Opportunity 17 25
1970 May 5 The State Education Department and Drug Education -- Governor's Interfaith Convocation on Drug Abuse 17 26
1970 May 7 Some Current Problems in Education -- Press Association and Sate Publishers Association 17 27
1970 May 10 An Educator's View of Social Work in the 1970s -- NYS Association of School Social Workers 17 28
1970 May 13 The Age of Humanity or Aquarius and the Rebirth of Love -- Statewide Conference on the Humanities and Arts 17 29
1970 May 14 Education in the 1970s -- Genesee Valley School Boards Institute 18 1
1970 May 17 Tribute to G. Howard Goode -- retirement hosted by New York State Teachers Association 18 2
1970 May 18 Education in the 1970s -- NYS Association of School Business Officials 18 3
1970 May 19 WMHT Dedication (Public Television) 18 4
1970 May 28 Clay Should be Choosey of Its Potters -- Rock Valley IL commencement 18 5
1970 June 11 Lincoln Center Education Council -- arrangements for visit 18 6
1970 June 12 Student Activism and Humanism (The World We Live In conference) 18 7
1970 June 16 Tribute to Herbert Johnson - retirement from Department of Education 18 8
1970 June 29 New Employees Reception -- Department of Education 18 9
1970 June 30 Student Activism and Humanism -- Albany Kiwanis 18 10
1970 July 1 Opening of Art Exhibit at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, NY 18 11
1970 July 7 State Roles in Supporting Higher Education Community Service and Continuing Education -- Education Commission of the States conference 18 12
1970 July 9 Accountability in Elementary and Secondary Education -- Education Commission of the States meeting, Colorado 18 13
1970 July 14 The States' Responsibility for Early Childhood Education -- Superintendents Work Conference 18 14
1970 July 16 Tribute to Francis Griffon, honoring his work on rural education -- retirement dinner 18 15
1970 July 20 A Swan-Song on State Accreditation -- Music Executives' Institute 18 16
1970 August Patent Trader community newspaper -- article for the Back to School issue 18 17
1970 August 1 Points to Ponder for a New School Board Member: The Second Time Around 18 18
1970 August 31 Welcome to New Employees -- Department of Education 18 19
1970 September 2 Tribute to Louis T. Benezet at his inauguration as President of SUNY (Albany) 18 20
1970 September 10 Press Conference on Collective Negotiations -- statistics of strike action 18 21
1970 September 15 The Idea of the University of the State of New York -- at Nyquist's inauguration as President 18 22
1970 September 17 The Role of the Private Vocational Schools in the University of the State of New York 18 23
1970 September 18 Tribute to Hugh Flick on his retirement as Associate Commissioner 18 24
1970 September 20 The Forces Shaping Our Future - NYS Council of School District Administrators 18 25
1970 September 29 Professional Staff meeting 18 26
1970 October Making Education More Humanistic - article for NYS Education 18 27
1970 October 5 The Changing Role of the Department Men's Group Luncheon 18 28
1970 October 6 The Idea of the University: Some Facts and Issues -- Conference of Public Relations Council of the State University of New York 18 29
1970 October 8 Reflections on Public School Education in the 1970s -- Mid-Hudson School Board Institute 18 30
1970 October 9 Issues in Higher Education -- Kuusisto inauguration, Hobart and William Smith Colleges 19 1
1970 October 11 Greetings to NYS Association of Elementary School Principals 19 2
1970 October 13 Reflections on Public School Education in the 1970s -- Nassau County School Board Forum 19 3
1970 October 15 Some Reflections on Public School Education in the 1970s -- Plattsburgh 19 4
1970 October 17 Ithaca College: tribute to Howard Dillingham 19 5
1970 October 21 Issues in the Reform of Higher Education ACUNY -- Pace, NYC 19 6
1970 October 25 Mission, Goals and Priorities in Public School Education, Syracuse, NY 19 7
1970 October 26 Evaluation and the Individual in Unconventional Study -- College Entrance Examination Board conference 19 8
1970 October 30 The Department Focuses on the Future: the Need for Reform and the Challenge of Redesign 19 9
1970 November 6 Accreditation in the Public Interest -- National Commission on Accrediting, Washington D.C. 19 10
1970 November 8 The Role of the Secondary School Principal -- NYS Association of Secondary School Administrators 19 11
1970 November 10 Some Giant Steps in Education in the 1970s -- State Congress of Parents and Teachers 19 12
1970 November 11 NY's Library Development Program for the 1970s, NY Library Association 19 13
1970 November 19 Remarks at Regents meeting with Labor Leaders 19 14
1970 November 21 Some Priorities for the 1970s -- NYS Federation of Teachers 19 15
1970 December 5 The Two-Way Partnership -- Catholic Business Education Association, Puerto Rico 19 16
1970 December 7 The British Primary Approach to Elementary Education: Time for Reform in the Elementary Schools -- Albany NY 19 17
1970 December 7 Some Comments on the Financial Problems of Private Colleges -- Marymount College, Tarrytown NY 19 18
1970 December 14 NYS Conferences on Humanizing Education in NYS 19 19
1970 December 15 Remarks to Conference of Preparers of Elementary Teachers 19 20
1970 December 15 Remarks to Suffolk County Legislators -- State Capitol 19 21
1970 December 20 Student Alienation and the Schools -- Temple Beth Emeth, Albany NY 19 22
1971 January 7 The New Three Rs for the District Superintendency: Reorganization, Redesign and Regionalism-- Albany NY 19 23
1971 January 14 An Evening with the Commissioner -- Central NY School Board Institute 19 24
1971 January 20 Remarks -- NY Guild of Independent Schools (including "Toward a More Humane Society" by David Mallery 20 1
1971 January 21 Remarks -- New Employee Reception 20 2
1971 January 22 Thoughts on the Future of Private Higher Education -- Cornell University Trustees 20 3
1971 January 25 Remarks -- Regents Legislative Dinner 20 4
1971 January 28 A Profit Need Note be Without Honor -- Committee on Administrative Leadership, House of Representatives, Albany NY 20 5
1971 January 28 Evening with the Commissioner -- Capital Area School Board Institute 20 6
1971 January 29 A Report of Progress and Plans to the School District Administrators, Albany NY 20 7
1971 February 2 Engineering Education and The Effluent Society -- Conference on Engineering, Education and Environmental Problems 20 8
1971 February 3 Open Education: Its Philosophy, Historical Perspectives and Its Implications -- Fleischmann Committee, NYC 20 9
1971 February 11 The Role of the State in Urban Education -- Yale University, Connecticut 20 10
1970 May - 1971 May "The Role of the College and University in a Political World" – 1971, April 26 (1 of 2) 21 1
1970 April - 1971 January B1060-87 "The Role of the College and University in a Political World" – 1971, April 26 (2 of 2) 21 2
1971 February - 1971 September 1971, April 8 1971, September 21 3
1971 April - 1971 May "Open Education – Its Philosophy, Historical Perspectives and Implications" – 1971, May 21 4
1971 May - 1971 June "Imperative – Redesign for Health Education" – 1971, May 10 21 5
1971 May 1971, May 12 21 6
1971 May 1971, May 14 21 7
1971 January - 1971 May "Planning for Continuing Education in the 70's" – 1971, May 18 21 8
1971 March - 1971 August 1971, May 21 (1 of 3) 21 9a
1971 May 1971, May 21 (2 of 3) 21 9b
1968 January - 1971 April 1971, May 21 (3 of 3) 21 9c
1971 Mauy - 1971 June 1971, June 1 21 10
1971 February - 1971 June "Taboo or Not Taboo – That is the Question or, Sacred Cows Make Good Hamburger" – 1971, June 6 21 11
1971 June 1971, June 9 21 12
1971 February -1971 June 1971, June 19 21 13
1970 November-1971 July "All the Isms Are Wasms or, Self-Renewal in an Age of Discontinuity" – 1971, July 15 21 14
1971 April - 1971September 1971, July 15 21 14
1971 July - 1971 August "Points to Ponder for a New School Board Member: The Third Time Round" – 1971, July 31 21 15
1971 January - 1971 August 1971, August 3 (1 of 2) 21 16a
1971 January - 1971August 1971, August 3 (2 of 2) 21 16b
1971 July - 1971 August "New York State Reshaping Its Educational System" – 1971, August 21 17
1971 August - 1971September "Humane Ends and the Adirondack Ecological Center" – 1971, September 10 21 18
1970 April-1971 September "A Vassar-Union-Syracuse Proposal for a Mid-Hudson Center: Time for Decision" – 1971, September 16 21 19
1971 August - 1971 September 1971, September 27 21 20
1971 September Management/Confidential Staff Meeting – 1971, September 28 21 21
1971 August - 1971 September "Tribute to Catharine O'C. Barrett" – 1971, September 30 21 22
1971 February-1972 January "The Elementary School Principal: Leader or Follower?" – 1971, October 3 22 1
1971 April-October "Education in an Age of Criticism and Controversy: A Time For Moral Leadership" – 1971, October 11 22 2
1970 August-1971 December 1971, October 15-24 22 3
1971 March -1971 November "'...the people who will stand up for what is right.'" – 1971, October 25 22 4
1971 October-1971 November 1971, November 22 5
1971 March-1971 November "The External Degree: Challenge and Opportunity" – 1971, November 1 22 6
1971 October- 1971 November 1971, November 3 22 7
1971 June-1971 November 1971, November 5 22 8
1971 November 1971, November 30 22 9
1971 March- 1971 December "Music as Communication" – 1971, November 30 22 10
1971 March- 1971 December "Some Reflections on Expanding Higher Education in the 1970's" – 1971, December 1 22 11
1971 December 1971, December 3 22 12
1971 December 1971, December 9 22 13
1971 October- 1971 December "James E. Allen, Jr.: His Contribution to Education" – 1971, December 13 (Part 1 of 2) 22 14a
1971 October- 1971 December "James E. Allen, Jr.: His Contribution to Education" – 1971, December 13 (Part 2 of 2) 22 14b
1971 August-1972 January "Adversity, Leadership, and the District Superintendent" – 1972, January 6 22 15
1971 February-1972 January 1972, January 13 22 16
1971 December-1972 January 1972, January 14 22 17
1971 September-1972 January 1972, January 17 22 18
1971 November- 1972 January "The Importance and Method of Evaluating Agency Programs" – 1972, January 20 22 19
1972 January 1972, January 24 22 20
1972 January-1972 February "Take Me To Your Leaders" – 1972, January 27 22 21
1971 December-1972 February "Progress and Prospects: A Report to the New York State Council of School District Administrators" – 1972, January 22 22 22
1971 December-1972 February 1972, February 3 23 1
1971 November-1972 February "Regionalism: A Modern Metaphor of Collective Excellence" – 1972, February 14 23 2
1972 February -1972 May 1972, February 15 23 3
1972 January - 1972 March "Newspapers – A Valuable Teaching Tool" – 1972, March 1 23 4
1972 March 1972, March 10 23 5
1971 November - 1972 March "Where No Counsel Is..." – 1972, March 13 23 6
1972 February - 1972 April "In Tribute to Jim Hester" – 1972, March 14 23 7
1972 March 1972, March 16 23 8
1972 February- 1972 March 1972, March 17 23 9
1972 March 1972, March 20 23 10
1972 February-1972 March "The Crisis in School Finance" – 1972, March 24 23 11
1971 December-1972 April "Reading and Humanities in the Schools" – 1972, April 3 23 12
1972 April 1972, April 4 23 13
1972 April 1972, April 12 23 14
1972 April 1972, April 12 23 15
1972 January-1972 April "Full State Funding and Local School Board Policy-Making" – 1972, April 17 23 16
1972 February-1972 April "We Have Nothing to Fear But Atmosphere Itself" – 1972, April 21 23 17
1971 December-1972 May "Some Thoughts on a Silver Anniversary" – 1972, April 22 23 18
1972 April 1972, April 27 23 19
1972 April- 1972 May 1972, May 2 23 20
1972 April - 1972 May 1972, May 5 23 21
1972 May 1972, May 10 23 22
1972 February - 1972 May "A State Board Gets the Agenda It Deserves" – 1972, May 15 23 23
1972 March - 1972 May "Education's Financial Dilemma: Planning For Change or Reacting to Crisis" – 1972, May 17 (1 of 2) 23 24a
1972 February - 1972 August 1972, May 17 (2 of 2) 23 24b
1972 January-May "The Remembrance of Things Passed" – 1972, May 21 24 1
1972 January-May "Values For Responsible Freedom" – 1972, May 22 24 2
1972 May-June "St. Thomas Aquinas College and the Liberal Artist" – 1972, May 23 24 3
1972 April-1983 February "St. Lawrence and the Liberal Arts" – 1972, May 28 24 4
1972 January-1972 June "Where There Is No Bread, There Is No Torah" – 1972, May 31 24 5
1972 June 1972, June 9 24 6
1972 June "The Wing Wherewith We Fly to Heaven" – 1972, June 13 24 7
1971 September-1972 June 1972, June 13 (1 of 2) 24 8a
1971-1972 June 1972, June 13 (2 of 2) 24 8
1972 April-July "Giving Things Trade and Technical Pride of Place" – 1972, June 16 24 9
1972 June-July 1972, July 2 24 10
1972 July-August "Points to Ponder for a New School Board Member: The Fourth Time Round" – 1972, July 29 24 11
1971 December-1972 August "The Performance Movement in Teacher Education and Certification" – 1972, August 14 (1 of 2) 24 12a
1971 May-1972 August "The Performance Movement in Teacher Education and Certification" – 1972, August 14 (2 of 2) 24 12
1972 August "Great Oafs From Little Icons Grow" – 1972, August 22 24 13
1972 May-November 1972, September 1 24 14
1972 September-October "Going By Contraries" – 1972, September 5 24 15
1972 August-September 1972, September 18 24 16
1972 June-October "The George Junior Republic: A Salute to an Educational Community" – 1972, September 21 24 17
1972 June-September 1972, September 25 24 18
1972 August-September 1972, September 26 25 1
1972 September "Public Mission and Accountability" – 1972, September 27 25 2
1972 July-October "Remarks on the Occasion of the First External Degree Commencement" – 1972, September 27 25 3
1972 April-October "The Governance of Education" – 1972, October 1 25 4
1971 July-1972 October "School Districts, Regionalism, and the Future" – 1972, October 10 25 5
1972 October 1972, October 12 25 6
1972 April-October "The Y and Our Builders" – 1972, October 19 25 7
1972 October 1972, October 27 25 8
1972 April-1973 January "Outreach to Our Builders" – 1972, October 29 25 9
1972 September-November 1972, November 3 25 10
1972 November-December "Issues of Reform in Higher Education" – 1972, November 9 (1 of 2) 25 11a
1972 June-November "Issues of Reform in Higher Education" – 1972, November 9 (2 of 2) 25 11b
1972 December A Presentation to the Governor's Task Force to Study the Financing of Higher Education in New York State – 1972, December 1 25 12
1972 October-1973 January Remarks at the Dedication of the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library and Study Center – 1972, December 16 25 13
1971 October-1973 January "New York State's Policy and Practice with Post-Secondary Proprietary Institutions" – 1973, January 25 14
1972 December-1973 January "Instructional Technology and the Educational Support Systems: The Role of Boards of Cooperative Educational Services" – 1973, January 4 25 15
1972 October-1973 January "State Support of Cultural Institutions" – 1973, January 9 25 16
1972 January-1973 January 1973, January 15 25 17
1972 January 1973, January 22 25 18
1973 January 1973, January 24 25 19
1972 December-1973 February "The Fleischmann Report and Four Priorities" – 1973, January 25 25 21
1972 August-1973 February "The Place and Purpose of Interscholastic Athletics in the Modern Secondary School System" – 1973, February 10 (1 of 3) 25 22a
1972 February-1973 February 1973, February 10 (2 of 3) 25 22b
1972 1973, February 10 (3 of 3) 25 22c
1973 February 1973, February 23 26 1
1973 January - 1973 MArch "Freedom of Information and Accountability or, Jack Chen and the Inspector General" – 1973, February 26 26 2
1972 November-1973 March 1973, February 27 26 3
1972 October-1973 March "The Regents External Degrees" – 1973, February 28 26 4
1972 December-1973 March "The Pursuit of Purpose" – 1973, March 26 5
1973 March "The New Federalism: How Will It Influence Education?" – 1973, March 9 26 6
1973 February-April "Business and Industry and the Reform of Education" – 1973, March 13 26 7
1973 March 1973, March 19 26 8
1973 January - 1973 April "Foreign Languages and the Understanding of Other Cultures" – 1973, March 30 26 9
1972 August - 1973 April "Education and the Legislature, 1973 or, The Issue of Governance of Education" – 1973, April 3 26 10
1973 April 1973, April 3 26 11
1973 February - 1973 May "Humanism and Accountability: Contradictory or Complimentary?" – 1973, April 6 26 12
1973 February - 1973 April "Industry and Education: Partners or Competitors?" – 1973, April 9 26 13
1973 January - 1973 April 1973, April 11 26 14
1973 March - 1973 April 1973, April 23 26 15
1968 November - 1973 June 1973, April 23 26 16
1973 April 1973, April 26 26 17
1973 April 1973, April 26 26 18
1973 April 1973, April 27 26 19
1973 April - 1973 May "Reflections on Three Issues in Higher Education" – 1973, May 3 26 20
1973 January - 1973 May "The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living" – 1973, May 7 (1 of 2) 26 21a
1973 May - 1973 August 1973, May 7 (2 of 2) 26 21b
1973 March - 1973 May 1973, May 9 26 22
1972 December-1973 May 1973, May 10 26 23
1973 March - 1973 June "Alternative Schools and Optional Learning Environments" – 1973, May 10 26 24
1972 September-1973 May "Like, You Know, I Mean, Right?" – 1973, May 11 26 25
1973 February - 1973 June "Six Bits of Counsel in Acknowledgement of an Honor" – 1973, May 19 26 26
1973 May 1973, May 22 26 27
1973 May 1973, May 25 26 28
1972 October-1973 June "New York City and the State Education Department" – 1973, May 30 27 1
1972 October-1973 June "The Gifted: The Invisibly Handicapped or, 'There's No Greater Burden Than a Great Potential'" – 1973, May 30 27 2
1973 May - 1973 June "The Polytechnic Institute of New York and the Prospects for Engineering" – 1973, May 31 27 3
1972 November-1973 June "Non-Traditional Approaches to Higher Education" – 1973, June 3 (1 of 2) 27 4a
1973 1973, June 3 (2 of 2) 27 4b
1973 February - 1973 July "Education's Dilemma" – 1973, June 11 27 5
1973 March - 1973 June Commissioner's Presentation to the Professional Staff – 1973, June 12 27 6
1973 February - 1973 July "A Deal You Can't Refuse" – 1973, June 24 27 7
1973 April - 1973 July "Equity in Athletics or, A Ms. is as good as a male" – 1973, July 3 27 8
1971 September-1973 July "Reschooling Society or, Optional Learning Environments" – 1973, July 5 27 9
1973 July - 1973 August "Optional Learning Environments or, What Have We Learned From H.G. Wells?" – 1973, July 18 27 10
1973 January - 1973 July "Optional Learning Environments or, What Have We Learned From H.G. Wells?" – 1973, July 18 27 11
1973 July 1973, July 27 27 12
1973 May - 1973 July "Points to Ponder for a New School Board Member: The Fifth Time Round" – 1973, July 27 27 13
1973 1973, July 29 27 14
1973 August 1973, August 9 27 15
1973 June - 1973 August 1973, August 22 27 16
1973 August 1973, August 24 27 17
1973 August 1973, August 30 27 18
1973 August - 1973 September "New York's Educational System and the Local School Board" – 1973, September 7 27 19
1973 August - 1973September "On Priorities" – 1973, September 11 27 20
1973 September 1973, September 12 27 21
1973 August - 1973 September Remarks for Emlyn Griffith Testimonial – 1973, September 12 27 22
1973 September 1973, September 19 27 23
1973 August - 1973 September 1973, September 20 27 24
1973 May - 1973 September Commissioner's Presentation to the Professional Staff – 1973, September 24 27 25
1973 May - 1973 September "Optional Learning Environments or, 'More Means Different'" – 1973, September 24 27 26
1973 September "There Is Less Here Than Meets the Eye" – 1973, September 27 27 27
1973 March - 1973 October "Optional Learning Environments or, Toward a New Equilibrium in Education" – 1973, October 7 27 28
1973 October 1973, October 10 28 1
1973 March - 1973 November "Optional Learning Environments or, Schooling and Parkinson's Law" – 1973, October 11 28 2
1973 July-October "Optional Learning Environments or, Education and Procrustes' Bed" – 1973, October 13 28 3
1973 September-November "The Importance of Self-Study (In Or Outside of the Accrediting Process)" – 1973, October 19 28 4
1972 August-1973 November "Education and the Arts or, Another Way of Looking at the Tower of Babel" – 1973, October 24 (1 of 2) 28 5a
1972-1973 September 1973, October 24 28 5b
1973 October "New York State Teacher of the Year, Miss Vivian Tom" – 1973, October 26 28 6
1973 May-November "What's Right With the Schools" – 1973, October 29 28 7
1973 July-November "Non-Traditional Studies or, Alternatives to the Bed of Procrustes" – 1973, October 31 28 8
1973 August-November "New Learning Environments" – 1973, November 7 28 9
1973 November-1974 January "The Emerging State Role in Urban Education or, Cities Are No Longer 'Pie for the Hayseeds'" – 1973, November 13 28 10
1973 September-November "Remarks on Behalf of Francis J. Roberts, President, Bank Street College of Education" – 1973, November 27 28 11
1973 November-December A Memorial Minute in Tribute to F. Taylor Jones, Executive Secretary, Commissioner on Higher Education, Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1953-1970" – 1973, November 29 28 12
1973 November-December "In Tribute to Samuel Belkin" – 1973, December 9 28 13
1973 December Remarks for Lorne Woollatt and Marion Martin – 1973, December 14 28 14
1973 September-1974 February "Remarks on the Silver Anniversary of BOCES" – 1974, January 10 28 15
1973 September-1974 January Commissioner's Presentation to the Professional Staff – 1974, January 14 28 16
1974 January-1979 August 1974, January 14 28 17
1973 December-1974 January 1974, January 16 28 18
1974 January 1974, January 23 28 19
1973 November-1974 January "Governance, State and Local" – 1974, January 24 28 20
1974 January 1974, January 29 28 21
1973 November-1974 February 1974, February 7 28 22
1974 February 1974, February 14 28 23
1974 January-March "New York and Its Commitment to Law-Related Education" – 1974, February 22 28 24
1974, February 28 1974 February 1974, February 28 28 25
1973 January-1974 March 1974, March 6 28 26
1974 January-March 1974, March 11 28 27
1973 November-1974 March 1974, March 13 28 28
1974 March 1974 March 28 29
1974 March Commissioner's Presentation to the Professional Staff – 1974, March 18 28 30
1974 March "In Tribute to Everett J. Penny" – 1974, March 28 28 31
1974 April "In Tribute to J. Jay Farman" – 1974, April 9 28 32
1973 November-1974 April Remarks to the Council for Exceptional Children – 1974, April 17 28 33
1974 March-April Remarks on Behalf of Vivian Tom, National Teacher of the Year – 1974, April 18 29 1
1972 June-1974 April 1974, April 22 29 2
1974 March-June "Postsecondary Education for Service Personnel and Veterans" – 1974, April 23 29 3
1973 November-1974 April 1974, April 25 29 4
1974 February-April 1974, May 7 29 5
1974 January-May 1974, May 16 29 6
1974 May 1974, May 24 29 7
1974 March-June "Getting Good Data to Make Schools Better" – 1974, June 6 29 8
1974 June 1974, June 25 29 9
1974 March-June "The Purposes of Education and Albany High School" – 1974, June 26 29 10
1974 June-July 1974, July 14 29 11
1974 August 1974, August 2 29 12
1973 April-1974 August "New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1974, August 3 29 13
1974 July-August 1974, August 7 29 14
1974 July-September "Declining Enrollments and Expanding Opportunities" – 1974, September 10 29 15
1974 September "Some Thoughts on Higher Education – Serious and Otherwise – From Alexander Hamilton to Yogi Berra" – 1974, September 19 29 16
1974 September-October "New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1974, September 21 29 17
1974 September 1974, September 23 29 18
1974 March-October "Education of Children With Handicapping Conditions" – 1974, October 1 29 19
1974 March-October "Union and USNY" – 1974, October 5 29 20
1974 January-October "Some Priorities for 1974-75" – 1974, October 7 29 21
1974 August-October "Greetings" at the 1974 Annual Convention of the National Association of State Boards of Education – 1974, October 8 29 22
1974 September-November "Business, Industry, and the Wildwood Center" – 1974, October 16 29 23
1974 May-1983 November "Women's Education: A 'Burr's-Eye' View" – 1974, October 18 29 24
1974 March-October "Issues in State Aid for the Public School – 1975-76" – 1974, October 21 29 25
1974 August-October "Conversations With the Commissioner" – 1974, October 21 29 26
1974 October 1974, October 25 29 27
1974 October 1974, October 25 29 28
1974 November 1974, November 29 29
1974 October-December "The Role of Independent Schools Within an Interdependent System of Education" – 1974, November 12 29 30
1974 November 1974, November 22 29 31
1974 November 1974, November 25 29 32
1974 November-December 1974, December 2 29 33
1971 July-1974 November 1974, December 1-7 (1 of 3) 29 34a
1974 April-November 1974, December 1-7 (2 of 3) 29 34b
1974 1974, December 1-7 (3 of 3) 29 34c
1974 November-1975 January "Calculated Interdependence and Higher Education" – 1974, December 11 29 35
1974 October-1975 January "Articulation Between Secondary and Postsecondary Education" – 1974, December 20 29 36
1975 January-February "For now sits Expectation in the air . . ." – 1975, January 13 29 37
1974 September-1975 January 1975, January 13 29 38
1974 January-1975 January 1975, January 23 29 39
1974 July-1975 February "Issues in Sports and Physical Education: Some Thoughts for Nice Hoppers" – 1975, January 23 30 1
1975 January 1975, January 27 30 2
1975 January "Some Issues for Postsecondary Education in New York State" – 1975, January 28 30 3
1974 December-1975 February "Without Bread There is No Torah or, Vocationalism in the Higher Learning" – 1975, February 2 30 4
1975 January-February "Articulation and Learning Options in Education" – 1975, February 5 30 5
1975 February 1975, February 10 30 6
1975 February "A Time for Leadership and a Time for Opportunity" – 1975, February 13 30 7
1975 January-July "British Teacher Centres and New York's Experience With Competency-Based Teacher Education" – 1975, February 13 (1 of 3) 30 8a
1974 May-1975 February "British Teacher Centres and New York's Experience With Competency-Based Teacher Education" – 1975, February 13 (2 of 3) 30 8b
1974 July-1975 February 1975, February 13 (3 of 3) 30 8c
1975 February 1975, February 19 30 9
1975 January-February "Public and Nonpublic Education: A Seamless Garment" – 1975, February 27 30 10
1975 March "Education of Children With Handicapping Conditions" – 1975, March 4 30 11
1975 January-March 1975, March 5 30 12
1971 May-1975 March 1975, March 6 30 13
1975 January-April "The External High School Diploma" – 1975, March 11 30 14
1974 December-1975 April "The Role and Prospects of Universities in Urban Affairs" – 1975, March 13 30 15
1973 August-1975 March 1975, March 17 30 16
1975 March 1975, March 20 30 17
1975 March 1975, March 21 30 18
1974 December-1975 May "New Departures in American Higher Education (and Some Problems and Issues)" – 1975, March 31 30 19
1973 November-1975 April 1975, April 10 30 20
1975 February-June "The Independent School and a Sense of Community" – 1975, April 14 30 21
1974 December-1975 May "A Universal System of Education is Ultimately Tested at Its Margins" – 1975, April 14 30 22
1975 March-April 1975, April 16 31 1
1975, April 17 31 2
1975, April 21 31 3
1975, April 24 31 4
1975, April 25 31 5
"Going From One Ex-Stream to the Other" – 1975, April 25 31 6
"Optional Learning Environments: Diversifying the Curriculum to Humanize the System" – 1975, April 27 31 7
1975, April 28 31 8
"Anti-Intellectualism and the Uses of Intelligence" – 1975, April 30 31 9
". . . one unbroken flow . . ." – 1975, May 1 31 10
1975, May 2 31 11
"The Liberal Arts and the Multanimous Society" – 1975, May 6 31 12
"Creating Law-Related Education Programs" – 1975, May 7 31 13
1975, May 19 31 14
"Four Priorities" – 1975, May 26 31 15
1975, June 3 31 16
1975, June 9 31 17
"I Like the Dream of the Future Better Than the History of the Past" – 1975, June 14 31 18
1975, June 23 31 19
In Memoriam: Frank Hamilton Bowles – 1975, June 24 31 20
"Education and the State: 'Crusade Against Ignorance'" – 1975, June 30 31 21
1975, July 16 31 22
1975, July 16 31 23
1975, July 16 31 24
"Evaluation (and Termination) of Degree Programs in the Context of Statewide Planning" – 1975, July 17 31 25
"New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1975, August 2 31 26
Statement in Support of Equal Rights Amendment – 1975, August 8 31 27
1975, August 14 31 28
1975, August 18 31 29
"Olé" – 1975, September 10 31 30
Press Conference on Vegetable Soup – 1975, September 11 31 31
"The School Board Presidency: ... unless one is in love" – 1975, September 12 31 32
1975, September 16 31 33
1975, September 19 31 34
1975, September 22 31 35
"The Role of Colleges in Communities: A New York Perspective" – 1975, September 23 31 36
1975, September 25 31 37
1975, September 26 31 38
"New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1975, September 27 31 39
1975, September 29 31 40
"Of Ms. and Men: Equity in Education" – 1975, September 30 31 41
1975, October 8 32 1
"Four Priorities for 1975-76" – 1975, October 9 32 2
"Saint Elizabeth Ann and the University of the State of New York" – 1975, October 10 32 3
"Women and What's Right About Education" – 1975, October 15 32 4
"Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women" – 1975, October 20 32 5
"Some High Priorities" – 1975, October 21 32 6
1975, October 22 32 7
1975, October 24 32 8
"He Who Has the Gold Makes the Rule" – 1975, October 27 32 9
"New York's Leadership in the Assessment of Life and Work Experience" – 1975, October 28 32 10
"Nontraditional Students and Pathways to Learning" – 1975, October 30 32 11
1975, November 11 32 12
"Another View of Effective Middle Management in Higher Education" – 1975, November 12 32 13
1975, November 13 32 14
1975, November 18 32 15
"In Tribute to John Crittenden Sawhill" – 1975, November 20 32 16
1975, November 21 32 17
"Social Fraternities Should Become Social Fraternities" – 1975, November 22 32 18
1975, November 24 32 19
"School - College Articulation and New York Practice" – 1975, December 4 32 20
"In Memoriam: Frank Hamilton Bowles" – 1975, December 4 32 21
1975, December 12 32 22
1975, December 12 32 23
1975, December 19 32 24
1975, December 19 32 25
1976, January 6 32 26
1976, January 7 32 27
"An Ill Wind That Nobody Blows Good" – 1976, January 8 32 28
"The Purpose of Education and the Involvement of Students" – 1976, January 9 32 29
"New Directions for Lifelong Learning: Some Developments in New York State" – 1976, January 15 32 30
1976, January 16 32 31
Statewide Advisory Council on Equal Opportunity for Women – 1976, January 22 32 32
"To Hebrew Academy on Its Bar Mitzvah Year" – 1976, January 24 32 33
1976, January 26 32 34
"Disgruntleness or, Education is No Longer a Money-Splendored Thing" – 1976, January 26 32 35
1976, February 9 32 36
"Work, Business, and Education (With Comments on Morality and Inefficiency) – 1976, February 11 32 37
1976, February 18 32 38
"Education is a Jacob's Ladder" – 1976, February 20 32 39
1976 February 1976, February 24 33 1
1976 February 1976, February 26 33 2
1975 November-1976 February "Education-to-Work Linkages" – 1976, February 27 33 3
1976 March 1976, March 3 33 4
1975 November-1976 April "An Evening With Some Friends" – 1976, March 9 33 5
1976 March 1976, March 15 33 6
1976 February-March "The City University of New York: Crisis and Cure" – 1976, March 15 33 7
1976 March-June 1976, March 22 33 8
1976 January-March 1976, March 23 33 9
1976 February-March 1976, March 23 33 10
1972 April-1976 March 1976, March 24 33 11
1976 March "In Tribute to Regents King and McGinley" – 1976, March 25 33 12
1975 October-1976 April "The American 'No-Fault' Morality" – 1976, March 27 33 13
1976 March 1976, March 31 33 14
1976 March-April 1976, April 33 15
1976 March-April 1976, April 5 33 16
1976 March-April 1976, April 13 33 17
1976 April 1976 April 13 33 19
1976 April "Migrant Education in New York State" – 1976, April 15 33 20
1976 April 1976, April 22 33 21
1975 December-1976 May "The Place and Purpose of Two-Year Colleges (and other thoughts about them)" – 1976, April 23 33 22
1976 April 1976, April 28 33 23
1976 March-May "Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees" – 1976, April 30 33 24
1975 December 1975, December 19 33 25
1976 March-May "In Tribute to Tom Bartlett" – 1976, May 5 33 26
1976 January 1976, January 7 33 27
1976 March-June "Triage and the Talented in American Education" – 1976, May 18 (1 of 2) 33 28a
1976 January-May 1976, May 18 (2 of 2) 33 28b
1976 January-June "An Evening Twilight and School Business Officials" – 1976, May 18 33 29
1976 May "Law-Related Education and American No-Fault Morality" – 1976, May 24 33 30
1976 March-June "The Great American Dream: Education For Work?" – 1976, May 26 (1 of 3) 33 31a
1976 January-June 1976, May 26 (2 of 3) 33 31b
1976 January-1978 September 1976, May 26 (3 of 3) 33 31c
1976 May 1976, May 28 33 32
1976 May 1976, May 28 33 33
1976 April-June 1976, June 11 33 34
1976 June Press Preview of the New York State Museum – 1976, June 14 33 35
1976 May-June 1976, June 14 33 36
1976 April-June 1976, June 16 33 37
1976 March-June "Tossing a Few Dead Cats into the Accrediting Sanctuary" – 1976, June 25 33 38
1976 June "Remarks on a Beautiful Occasion" – 1976, June 29 33 39
1976 March-April "A Tribute to Joe Margiotta: A Friend of Education" – 1976, April 13 33 18
1976 July 1976, July 1 34 1
1976 March-August "American Education, the Bicentennial, and the Swedish Connection" – 1976, July 4 34 2
1976 July Remarks on Behalf of John P. Jehu – 1976, July 6 34 3
1976 April-B1060-87 May "The American No-Fault Morality" – 1976, July 20 34 4
1974 February-1976 July "New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1976, July 31 34 5
1976 April-August "Thoughts About Some Issues in Education" – 1976, August 10 34 6
1976 June-August 1976, August 23 34 7
1976 August 1976, August 26 34 8
1976 August-September 1976, September 34 9
1976 September "The School Board Members' Fiduciary Obligation to Posterity" – 1976, September 11 34 10
1976 June-September "New York State's System of Education and Local Control" – 1976, September 11 34 11
1976 September 1976, September 13 34 12
1976 September "A School Board President and Moral Leadership" – 1976, September 17 34 13
1976 September 1976, September 20 34 14
1976 July-September 1976, September 23 34 15
1976 September 1976, September 24 34 16
1976 July-September Remarks on Behalf of William L. Bitner III – 1976, September 24 34 17
1976 September "Place and Purpose of Athletics in Higher Education" – 1976, September 24 34 18
1976 August-November "The International Baccalaureate and Global Interdependence" – 1976, September 30 34 19
1976 September-October "Dentistry and the Hallmarks of a Profession: A View From Another Bridge" – 1976, October 1 34 20
1976 October "Concinnity and the Age of the Querulous (or The False Dawn of the Age of Aquarius)" – 1976, October 6 (1 of 4) 34 21a
1976 February-October 1976, October 6 (2 of 4) 34 21b
1976 June-October "Concinnity and the Age of the Querulous (or The False Dawn of the Age of Aquarius)" – 1976, October 6 (3 of 4) 34 21c
1976 October Materials for Meeting with Robert Morgado and Commissioners Ross and Dyson – 1976, October 6 (4 of 4) 34 21d
1976 October Statement to the Temporary State Commission on the Future of Postsecondary Education in New York State – 1976, October 7 34 22
1976 September-October "In Tribute to George Michael Low" – 1976, October 8 34 23
1976 April-1978 March 1976 September-October 35 1
1976 April-November "The Calculated Interdependence of the University of the State of New York" – 1976, October 12 35 2
1975 April-1976 October "An Evening With the Commissioner: Issues and Priorities" – 1976, October 12 35 3
1976 October 1975 April-1976 October 35 4
1976 August-October 1976, October 14 35 5
1976 August-October "In Gratitude" – 1976, October 14 35 6
1976 March-October 1976, October 18 35 7
1976 October "New York's Educational System: Attacks and Facts" – 1976, October 18 35 8
1976 April-October 1976, October 20 35 9
1976 October 1976, October 21 35 10
1976 October-November 1976, October 22 35 11
1976 January-November "Bilingual Education, TESL and Ethnicity in New York State" – 1976, October 23 35 12
1976 March-November "Rural Education, Regionalism, and the Future" – 1976, October 24 35 13
1976 October 1976, October 28 35 14
1976 September-November "In Tribute to Beulah Patton Durr" – 1976, October 29 35 15
1976 November 1976, November 4 35 16
1976 October-December "In Tribute to Norman Lamm" – 1976, November 7 35 17
1976 August-December "HEOP and Hope" – 1976, November 9 35 18
1976 August-December "The Changing Role of a School Board Member (and Some Other Thoughts)" – 1976, November 10 35 19
1976 November 1976, November 10 35 20
1976 October-1986 "Criticisms of Education in New York Made Without Fear or Research" – 1976, November 11 35 21
1976 November-December 1976, November 30 35 22
1976 December Statement on New York State Student Assistance Programs – 1976, December 1 35 23
1976 November-December 1976, December 6 35 24
1973 July-1976 December "Educational Prostitution and Accreditation" – 1976, December 9 (1 of 2) 35 25a
1976 July-December 1976, December 9 (2 of 2) 35 25b
1976 December Remarks on Behalf of Stanley L. Raub and A. Buell Arnold – 1976, December 17 35 26
1977 January Statement Before the Temporary State Commission on the Future of Postsecondary Education – 1977, January 6 35 27
1976 November-1977 January "NYSSSSO As Walkabout" – 1977, January 7 35 28
1977 January Statement Before the Temporary State Commission on the Future of Postsecondary Education – 1977, January 11 35 29
1976 November-1977 February "The Swedish Connection" – 1977, January 12 35 30
1977 January 1977, January 13 35 31
1976 October-1977 January 1977, January 17 35 32
1976 November-1977 January 1977, January 19 35 33
1977 January Remarks on Behalf of John Humphry, Marion Martin and Frank Abbott – 1977, January 26 35 34
1976 December-1977 January "Why Not the Best? New York State and Its Schools in the Age of the Querulous" – 1977, January 31 35 35
1977 February "In Tribute, I Think, To Arvis Chalmers" – 1977, February 6 36 1
1977 February 1977, February 9 36 2
1977 February Statement on State Aid to Education Proposal, Governor's Budget, 1977-78 – 1977, February 9 36 3
1977 February 1977, February 10 36 4
1977 February 1977, February 14 36 5
1975 November-1977 February Statement at the Public Hearing on Proposed Rules to Implement P.L. 94-142, "The Education for All Handicapped Children Act" – 1977, February 15 36 6
1977 January-February "THE STATES & the manna from uncle" – 1977, February 16 36 7
1977 January-February 1977, February 18 36 8
1977 February-March "Growth in the New York Economy and Interdependence With World Trade" – 1977, March 2 36 9
1977 January-March "A Seamless Garment" – 1977, March 2 36 10
1976 October-1977 April "Morality, Moralism and Money in Higher Education" – 1977, March 8 36 11
1976 December-1977 April "Priorities for Postsecondary Education in New York State" – 1977, March 10 36 12
1976 December-1977 March "Metropolitan Desegregation and New York" – 1977, March 16 36 13
1977 January-April "Education is a Slipping Priority (And Some Expectations)" – 1977, March 17 36 14
1977 February-March Statement Before the Subcommittee on Education, Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate – 1977, March 18 36 15
1976 November-1977 April "'The Compleat Lawyer' (And Other Thoughts on Law-Related Education)" – 1977, March 22 36 16
1976 July-1977 March 1977, March 28 36 17
1977 January-April "The Future of Universities" – 1977, March 31 36 18
1976 August-1977 May "Changing Policy Attitudes and Moods at the State and Local Levels With Respect to the Improvement in the Education of Minorities" – 1977, April 4 36 19
1977 January-April "Avenues for Implementing Global Perspectives in Education in a State's Schools: The New York Experience" – 1977, April 5 36 20
1976 October-1977 May "Nontraditional Learning, Taking the Road Less Traveled By" – 1977, April 12 36 21
1977 April 1977, April 14 36 22
1977 January-April 1977, April 15 36 23
1977 January-May "Critical Problems for Community Colleges in New Jersey" – 1977, April 16 36 24
1977 April-May "Education in a Time of Changing Social Values and Fiscal Austerity" – 1977, April 20 36 25
1976 May-1977 May "Some Things Which Should Happen in New York" – 1977, April 21 37 1
1977 March-April 1977, April 22 37 2
1977 March-April 1977, April 23 37 3
1977 January-May "Developments in Education for the Handicapped" – 1977, April 25 37 4
1976 December-1977 May "The Role of Social Studies in Fostering More Informed and Responsible Citizenship" – 1977, April 26 37 5
1977 April Report of the Temporary Commission on the Future of Postsecondary Education in New York State – 1977, April 26 37 6
1977 April 1977, April 27 37 7
1977 April 1977, April 28 37 8
1977 April 1977, April 29 37 9
1977 May 1977, May 37 10
1977 March-April Miscellaneous notes 37 11
1977 May Statement on the Revision of the New York State Civil Service System – 1977, May 3 37 12
1977 February-May 1977, May 5 37 13
1977 April-May 1977, May 6 37 14
1977 February-May 1977, May 6 37 15
1976 November-1977 April "'The Compleat Lawyer' (And Other Thoughts on Law-Related Education)" – 1977, March 22 37 16
1976 July-1977 March 1977, March 28 37 17
1977 January-April "The Future of Universities" – 1977, March 31 37 18
1976 August-1977 May "Changing Policy Attitudes and Moods at the State and Local Levels With Respect to the Improvement in the Education of Minorities" – 1977, April 4 37 19
1977 January-April "Avenues for Implementing Global Perspectives in Education in a State's Schools: The New York Experience" – 1977, April 5 37 20
1976 October-1977 May "Nontraditional Learning, Taking the Road Less Traveled By" – 1977, April 12 37 21
1977 April 1977, April 14 37 22
1977 January-April 1977, April 15 37 23
1977 January-May "Critical Problems for Community Colleges in New Jersey" – 1977, April 16 37 24
1977 April-May "Education in a Time of Changing Social Values and Fiscal Austerity" – 1977, April 20 37 25
1976 May-1977 May "Some Things Which Should Happen in New York" – 1977, April 21 37 26
37 27
1977 April-June "In Tribute to Edward J. Mortola" – 1977, May 27 37 28
1977 June 1977, June 1 37 29
1977 June "In Appreciation" – 1977, June 6 37 30
1977 March-June "Governance" – 1977, June 23 37 31
1977 April-June 1977, June 26 37 32
1969 December-1976 December Miscellaneous notes, 1969-1976 37 33
1960 January-1977 August Miscellaneous notes, 1960, 1962, 1969, 1977 37 34