Contains archival issues of 69 Bank Street, an early Bureau of Educational Experiments publication, beginning with Volume I, Number 1, October 1934.
Lucy Sprague Mitchell
Volume 1, Number 1, October, 1934
"A report of informal discussions on curriculum by teachers of nine- and ten-year-old children."
Harriet M. Johnson
Volume 1 Number 2, November 1934
Harriet Johnson's brief papers focusing on the central theme of what kind of person a child needs for a teacher.
Volume 1 Number 3, December 1934
"Describes, in part, the working attitude of a progressive nursery school with respect to the important problem of individual adjustment."
Ellen W. Steele and Charlotte Perry
Volume 1 Number 4, January 1935
"Play making in the school group" describes the kind of play that grows through the school experience (in this case, a field trip) and takes form in the school life."
"The use of pantomime in developing acting techniques" describes the teacher's first steps in guiding young children beyond pretend play toward dramatic form through the use of pantomime."
Louise P. Woodcock
Volume 1 Number 5, February, 1935
Describes the record taking process and the types of observational records the teachers at the Harriet Johnson Nursery School were taking. Includes excerpts of observations.
Mildred Gignoux Finke
Volume 1 Number 6, March 1935
"Presents the writing of adolescents in terms of the emotional release which it has afforded children."
Volume 1, Number 7, April 1935
"The Institute of Euthenics at Vassar College runs a summer session of six weeks for parents and children. In this number Jessie Stanton, a director of the Harriet Johnson Nursery School, 69 Bank Street, New York, describes her work with five- and six-year-old children in the Institute School for Little Children."
Lucy Sprague Mitchell, Elizabeth Whitney Walther, and Elsa Euland
Volume 1, Number 8, May 1935
Detailed description of Bank Street's "Long Trip" to Morgantown, West Virginia and Washington, D. C. in 1935.
"The trip to West Virginia and Washington in which is described in this issue of 69 Bank Street, first by a student teacher and then by a staff member, was part of our year's work with the student teachers on "environment" - part of an attempt to get in first-hand contact with some of the major work patterns and their accompanying psychological patterns which characterize our current American culture" -- Lucy Sprague Mitchell
Volume 2 Number 1, October, 1935
"After her return from the Far East, Mrs. Handy became interested in modern education and spent one year as a student at the Cooperative School at Bank Street."
Rosemary Bliven and Sybil May
Volume 2 Number 2, November 1935
Handcuffs for Teachers by Rose Emery Bliven discusses the "concerted attempt that is now being made throughout the United States to control the teacher..."
The Dilemma of the Experimental School Teacher by Sybil May discusses the similar problem private school teachers have with public school teachers in regard to academic freedom.
Evelyn Beyer, Lorna C. Reed, Jessie Stanton, and Ellen W. Steele
Volume 2 Number 3, December, 1935
School life and activities for seven-year-olds in the suburbs and the city.
Also includes publications relevant to children between six and ten years old obtainable at 69 Bank Street.
Illustrates the function of a program for "unadjusted" children in a special class established at The Little Red School House, New York City.