Greenblat, Arleigh Files, 1968-1970
Scope and Contents note
The Field Operations/Services Division series contains materials created by the Division. The files include materials such as reports, publications, field service manuals, and relationship materials concerning various states. The series also includes materials concerning affiliate problems and requests, the Departmental Secretaries materials, evaluations of regional offices, Uniserv materials, and items concerning overlapping affiliates and professional negotiation. The Instructional and Professional Development Division subseries contains materials created by the Division. The files include materials from the Advisory Council of National Organizations, cadre manuals, conference materials, infopacs, publications, and evaluation workshop items. Subjects covered include differentiated staffing, the establishment of regional teacher centers, improving the instruction of culturally different learners, professional negotiation, using satellite technologies, testing procedures, and the impact of television on students.
These records provide excellent insight into the issues affecting teachers and the “proper” response to handle these issues. Materials in this series are largely educational in nature for teachers and help prepare teachers to address circumstances where new issues or “hot topics” may be encountered.
- Creation: 1968-1970
- From the Fonds: National Education Association of the United States (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access note
This collection is open for research, save for a folder entitled "Michigan-Detroit". This folder is subject to review by Special Collections staff before being made available for research. As researchers request materials, a review of the documents will take place. Staff will remove any documents with social security numbers, employee numbers or other sensitive identifying information. Any document found including this information is closed for 90 years from date of creation, or until verifiable proof of a person’s death is given. After these documents are removed the folder will be available for research. In some cases, items may be photocopied and redacted. The redacted copy will then be placed in the publicly available folder. All other materials in a folder will be freely available for immediate use and will be marked as having been reviewed by Special Collections staff. After folders have been reviewed using these procedures and the confidential materials have been removed, the restriction shall be lifted.
From the Series: 18.5 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Series: English