ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING, DEAN VITO PERRONE RECORDS

COLLECTION: UA #57

DATES: 1967-1986

SIZE: 8 linear feet

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: The Center for Teaching and Learning, Dean Vito Perrone Records were deposited into University Archives in 1986.

ACCESS: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

RELATED COLLECTION: OGL#1471, North Dakota Study Group Records

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Center for Teaching and Learning, Dean Vito Perrone Records consist mainly of personal/academic records, the New School of Behavioral Studies in Education, professional activities, articles, reports, and correspondence. The records are arranged into five series.

SERIES I: Perrone's Personal and Academic Record: Box 1, Folders 1-7
Includes Perrone's UND academic record sheets, 1967-1985; correspondence, 1973-1986; congratulatory letters on his appointment as Vice-President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Princeton, New Jersey, 1986; and, miscellaneous certificates and news clippings.

SERIES II: New School of Behavioral Studies in Education: Box 1, Folders 8-48, Boxes 2 and 3
Arranged choronologically, inlcludes Final Reports for Trainers of Teacher Trainers, Program of the U. S. Office of Education that describes and evaluates UND's New School, 1973-1974. Perrone was a director of TTT and New School received the majority of its funding through the TTT Program. Also included are: articles by Perrone and others regarding New School; articles and reports about ideas and programs that flowed from TTT and New School, namely USOE Follow Through Project implemented to train Indian teachers, and Future Indian Teachers (FIT); articles about the idea of Openness and the Open Classroom with accompanying Child, Parent, Teacher Interviews which evaluated Open Education in North Dakota; reports on the Statewide Teacher Center Project, 1976-1985; articles about the idea of accountability; and lastly, the process that created the Center for Teaching and Learning out of the New School of Behavioral Studies in Education and the School of Education in 1972.

SERIES III: Perrone's Professional Activities, Box 4
Includes articles, reports, correspondence by Perrone regarding various issues: faculty development, 1978-1983; general education requirements at UND, 1979-1986; North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, 1975-1986, for which Perrone was the Coordinator; and standardized testing for the National Consortium on Testing, for which he was President, 1975- 1984.

SERIES IV: Perrone's Formal Presentation and Lectures, 1968-1986, and Publications 1964-1986, Boxes 5 and 6, Folders 1-34
Arranged chronologically.

SERIES V: Other Professional Activities, Box 6, Folders 35-60, Box 7, Folders 1-18
Includes reports, programs, correspondence regarding the American Issues Forum (Perrone was on the National Planning Committee), 1974-1976; the North Dakota Bicentennial Celebration, 1975-1976, and the North Dakota County School Records Project, 1976; the NEH Institute on Western and Local History, 1976-1977; the UND Center for Peace Studies for which Perrone was the Coordinator, 1982-1986; and the Prospect Archive, 1984-1985.

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

SERIES I: Personal and Academic Record
Box 1
Folder

  1. Academic Record Sheets, 1967-1985.
  2. Miscellaneous Certificates.
  3. Humanities Course, late 1950's (?).
  4. Image of Latin America: Study of American School Textbooks and School Children, Grades 2-12, 1964-1965.
  5. Correspondence, 1973-1986.
  6. Congratulatory Letters on Appointment as Vice-President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Princeton, New Jersey, 1986.
  7. News Clippings, 1968-1983.

SERIES II: New School of Behavioral Studies in Education

  1. "Why the New School?" Warren Strandberg, College of Education Record, April 1969.
  2. ESEA Title III, Statistical Data, Wahpeton Public School District #37, May 1969.
  3. TTT Program Proposal, "A Personnel Development Program for North Dakota Schools," November 30, 1969.
  4. Proposal Summary for Education Professions Development Act, November 1969.
  5. Student Evaluation and Advisor-Advisee Relationship, 1968-1970.
  6. Community Meetings (re: New School), 1969-1970: A Summary Statement.
  7. "A Description of the New School University of North Dakota, May 1970.
  8. Summer Session, 1970.
  9. New School's Monthly Meeting, 1970-1971.
  10. News Clippings Regarding New School, 1970-1971.
  11. Title III Application for Continuation, Fargo Public School District #1, July 1970 - June 1971.
  12. Washington Elementary School, Evaluation Report #1, August 1970.
  13. Madison Elementary School- Evaluation Report #1, August 1970, Report #2, January 1972.
  14. TTT Final Report, "Fargo Madison School Program: A Cooperative School- University Effort," April 1974.
  15. A Title TTT Proposal, Submitted to the North Dakota Title TTT Advisory Committee, January 15, 1971.
  16. TTT Program Renewal EPDA "Package July 1970-July 1971: For A Personnel Development and Innovation Program for North Dakota Public Schools."
  17. Miscellaneous Articles Regarding New School, 1970-1971.
  18. "Perspective on Evaluation" UND College of Education Record, May 1970, pp. 179-184.
  19. "The New School: Individualizing and Integrating Teacher Education," Minnesota Reading Quarterly May 1970, pp. 138-143.
  20. "Changing Role of the Teacher," Learning Centers: Children on Their Own, 1970, pp. 16-25.
  21. "A Context for the New School and Educational Change."
  22. "New School of Behavioral Studies in Education: A Review," October 1972.
  23. Summary of TTT Proposal, 1972-1973.
  24. TTT Final Report, Sister Karen Craig, 1973, "A Follow-up Study of the Master Degree Graduates (1968-1972) from the New School of Behavioral Studies in Education."
  25. TTT Final Report, "A Summary Statement Presented to the National Advisory Council on Education Professions," May 1973.
  26. TTT Final Report and Evaluation, 1973, Michael Patton, Chapters 1-3.
  27. TTT Final Report and Evaluation, 1973, Michael Patton, Chapters 4-7.
  28. TTT Final Report and Evaluation, 1973, Michael Patton, "From the New School to the Center for Teaching and Learning," May 1974.
  29. Analysis of Questionnaire Responses by Visitors to the New School of Behavioral Studies in Education, 1968 to 1973.
  30. "Education: A Constant Process of Invention," North Dakotan, August 1968, pp. 2-3.
  31. "The New School," Perrone and Warren Strandberg, Elementary School Journal, May 1971; Education for 1984 and After, January 1972.
  32. "Summary: Preparation of Teachers," n.d.
  33. "New School: A Revolution on the Plains," Northwestern Bell Magazine, Summer 1971, pp. 17-22.
  34. "Preparing Teachers for Changing Conditions in Schools," Administer Quarterly, February 1972, p. 5.
  35. Clam, March 1972: New School, UND.
  36. Governing Document of Center for Teaching and Learning.
  37. "Brief Report on the Center f or Teaching and Learning, 1972.
  38. CTL- Annual Reports to the President-UND, 1972-1974, 1977-1978.
  39. CTL: Evaluation Proposal Presented to the University Curriculum Committee, July 1972.
  40. "Report form North Dakota," Evaluation Reconsidered, May 1973, pp. 28-31.
  41. TTT Final Report, "Evaluation (Grading) in the New School and the Center for Teaching and Learning," May 1974.

Box 2
Folder

  1. Report to the University Curriculum Committee, March 1974.
  2. Faculty-Student Governance Structure for CTL, May 1974.
  3. Faculty-Student Governance Structure for CTL, April 1979.
  4. Faculty Appointments, 1975-1977.
  5. Faculty Evaluation Procedures, 1975-1981.
  6. Student Teaching Experience: A Handbook, Spring 1976.
  7. CTL Extern Program, May 1977.
  8. CTL Planning Documents, 1977-1978.
  9. Response to Report of NCATE Evaluation Team, June 10, 1982.
  10. UND; Entering a Second Century, A Decennial Report to the North Central Association, August 1983.
  11. TTT Final Report and Evaluation, Michael Patton, "Structural Dimensions of Open Education and Parental Reaction to Open Classrooms in North Dakota," Spring 1973.
  12. "TTT Open Classrooms: A Description of the Process," by Marilyn Rothenberg, 1973.
  13. Various Articles Regarding Open Classrooms and Teachers.
  14. "A Sociological View of Open Education as an Innovation in Organizational Structure and Processes."
  15. "Ideas for Opening Up," Karen Branan, Scholastic Teacher, January 1972.
  16. "Social Studies in the Open Classroom," Social Education, April 1972, pp. 460- 464.
  17. "Open Education: Promise and Problems," Vito Perrone, 1972.
  18. Books About Open Education: An annotated Bibliography, Vito Perrone, September 1972.
  19. "The Observer: Vito Perrone and North Dakota's Quiet Revolution," Sherwood Kohn, National Elementary Principal, November 1972, pp. 49-57.
  20. Opting for Openness, Robert H. Anderson, "Forward," Vito Perrone, 1978.
  21. "The Humanities in Humanistic Education," William E. Russell, October 1973.
  22. "The World's Children: Valuing Diversity," Vito Perrone, November 1973.
  23. Insights, "Open Education," 1971-1974.
  24. "Comparative and Longitudinal Analysis of Teaching Intern Classrooms on Selected Dimensions of Openness," Michael Patton, April 1974.
  25. "Comparative and Longitudinal Analysis of Teaching Intern Classrooms on Selected Dimensions of Openness: Second Year," Richard G. Landry, December 1974.
  26. "A Study of Selected Teacher Training Programs in the United States Committed to a Philosophy of Open Education," Patricia Crook, 1974.
  27. "Another Look at Open Education," The Review of Education, February 1975, pp. 128-132.
  28. "Going Open in North Dakota: The New School of Behavioral Studies in Education," Faith Dunne.
  29. "Open Education: Historical Roots and Observations About Contemporary Practice," Vito Perrone, September 30, 1975.
  30. "Open Classroom Revolution Is Still Simmering at CTL," Dakota Student, March 1977.
  31. Notes from Workshop Center for Open Education, Spring 1975 and 1979.
  32. CTL Study of Elementary School Classrooms, 1971-1972, Parent-Teacher-Child Interviews.
  33. Teacher's Interview-Questionnaire.
  34. Children's Interview-Questionnaire.
  35. Parent's Interview-Questionnaire.
  36. Parent Interviews: Comparison of Parental Reaction to CTL Intern Classrooms, 1971-1972 and 1973-1974.
  37. Teacher-Child-Parent Interviews, 4th Quarter Report, July 1974.
  38. Teacher, Children Interviews A & B, October 1974.
  39. Teacher, Children Interviews C & D, October 1974.
  40. Teacher, Children Interviews E & F, October 1974.

Box 3
Folder

  1. Teacher, Child, Parent Interviews, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Quarter Reports, Second Year, 1975.
  2. Teacher, Child, Parent Interviews, 1st and 2nd Quarter Reports, Third Year, October 1975-January 1976.
  3. Teacher, Child, Parent Interviews, 3rd and 4th Quarter Reports, Third Year, April- July 1976.
  4. "Parents as Partners," Urban Review, November 1971, pp. 35-40.
  5. "Accessibility," North Dakota Journal of Education, April 1975 pp. 10-12.
  6. "Getting It All Together," New Views of School and Community, 1973, pp. 10-18.
  7. "Children's Thinking," May 1974.
  8. "Teacher as a Student of Teaching," Today's Education, November-December 1976, pp 50-56.
  9. Two Elementary Classrooms: Views from the Teachers, Children, and Parents, Vito Perrone, et al., 1977.
  10. Teacher, Child, Parent Interviews, Correspondence, 1975-1978.
  11. "Individuality in the Classrooms," Vito Perrone, Conference on Accountability, Hot Springs, Arkansas, October 1971.
  12. "A Perspective on Accountability," Teacher's College Record, Vito Perrone and Warren Strandberg, February 1972, pp. 347-356.
  13. "Does Accountability Count Without Teacher Support?" Michael Patton, Barbara French, Vito Perrone, August 1976.
  14. "Does Accountability Count Without Teacher Support?" Michael Patton, Barbara French, Vito Perrone, August 1976.
  15. New School's Approach to Follow Through Program, 1972-1976.
  16. "Follow Through Classrooms: What They're Like," April 1973.
  17. Proposal for Continued Support of a Follow Through Model Approach, December 7, 1973.
  18. "A Case Study of the New School Approach to Follow Through with the Fort Yates Community School, 1973-74," Joseph N. Petner.
  19. "Documentation of the North Dakota Follow Through Program from the Perspective of Children," Michael and Vanesse Patton, 1975.
  20. "Documentation of the North Dakota Follow Through Program from the Perspective of Resource Colleagues," Jeanne Campbell and Michael Patton, 1976.
  21. Follow Through: An Implementation Review, October 20, 1976.
  22. UND/Couture School District Career Opportunities Program, Final Report, 1970- 1975.
  23. New School and Future Indian Teachers, 1972-1979.
  24. "Letter from North Dakota: Inviting the People to See," Eve Strickler, Urban Review, October 1974, pp. 262-273.
  25. "An Evaluation Report of Social Conflicts and Fine Arts: The American Indian Curricula Development Program for Grades 9-12," Janel Ahler and Vito Perrone, June 1977.
  26. "An Evaluation Report of the North Dakota Indian Language Studies Program: In the Schools," Janet Ahler and Vito Perrone, October 1978.
  27. "A Coordinated Statewide Teacher Center Project," Proposal to the Bush Foundation, November 1976.
  28. Statewide Teacher Center Policy Board, 1977-1981.
  29. Statewide Teacher Center Network- Advisory Committee, 1978-1979.
  30. Statewide Teacher Center Network, Coordinators, 1977, 1982.
  31. Correspondence Regarding the Bush Foundation Grant for the Statewide Teacher Center Network, 1976-1982.
  32. General Correspondence Regarding the Statewide Teacher Center Network, 1976- 1985.
  33. General Information and Mailing Lists of Statewide Teacher Center Network, 1978.
  34. First Year Report to the Bush Foundation, "A Coordinated Statewide Teacher Center Project," 1977-1978.
  35. First Year Report to the Bush Foundation, "A Coordinated Statewide Teacher Center Project," 1977-1978, (second copy).

SERIES III: Professional Activities
Box 4

Folder

  1. First Year Report to the Bush Foundation, Teacher Learning Center and Community Exchange, Minot, May 1978.
  2. North Dakota Teacher Center Project, 1981-1982: A Report to the Bush Foundation.
  3. Proposal to the North Dakota Humanities Council for the North Dakota Teacher Center Network, 1983.
  4. Documentation of the New England Cluster Meeting, Nantucket, Massachusetts, October 1980.
  5. Various Articles Regarding Teacher Center Networks.
  6. "North Dakota Teacher Center Network," 1985-1987.
  7. "Staff Development Workbook for Classroom Teachers and Principals," March 1976.
  8. Project Offer-Evaluation Report 41, Prepared for Minot Public Schools, Ursula Simonson, Vito Perrone, Richard Landry, June 1977.
  9. "Supporting Teacher Growth," Vito Perrone, Childhood Education, April-May 1978, pp. 298-302.
  10. "Faculty Development Task Force," Vito Perrone, December 1978.
  11. "Faculty Development: An Overview Prepared by the Faculty Development Task Force," Vito Perrone, January 1979.
  12. "A Proposal for Faculty Development at UND," Final Report of the Faculty Development Task Force, June 1979.
  13. "A Proposal to the Bush Foundation for Support of a Program for Instructional Development at UND," October 1979.
  14. Faculty Development Task Force Meeting Minutes and Summaries, October 1979-June 1980.
  15. Faculty Development Task Force Recommendations, July 1980.
  16. Faculty Development Program, Vito Perrone, Address to the North Dakota Board of Higher Education.
  17. Instructional Development Report, Second Progress Report, September 1982.
  18. Report of the Instructional Development Evaluation Committee, 1981-1983.
  19. Deans' Council Proposal for University-Wide General Education Requirements, 1979-1980.
  20. General Education Requirements, Lists, 1979-1986.
  21. Suggestions and Comments from Various Faculty Members Regarding General Education Requirements, 1979.
  22. Suggestions and Comments from Various Faculty Members Regarding General Education Requirements, 1979.
  23. UND General Education Program, October 1982.
  24. General Education Committee Conference, 1984.
  25. Various Articles Discussing General Education Requirements, 1978-1979.
  26. "General Education Review," Vito Perrone, June 1986.
  27. North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation Symposia, 1975-1976.
  28. Correspondence Regarding APA Standards for Educational and Psychological Tests, 1976-1977.
  29. National Consortium on Testing, Minutes of Meetings, 1977-1978.
  30. Conference Proceedings, Achievement Testing and Basic Skills, March 1978.
  31. Program Plans, Activities of the Huron Institute for the National Consortium on Testing, May 1978.
  32. "Standards for Tests and Test Use," National Consortium on Testing, Huron Institute, October 1978.
  33. Draft- "A Review of Commonly Used Standardized Achievement Series Tests," Walt Haney and Laurie Scott, September 1979.
  34. Basic Skills Task Force, 1978-1979.
  35. North Dakota Study Group Conference, Spring Hill Center, and Wingspread, 1980-1984.
  36. Correspondence, Winspread Conference, 1983-1986.
  37. North Dakota Study Group/Wingspread Speeches and Summary Reports, 1984- 1985.
  38. Correspondence Regarding the North Dakota Study Group,1980-1982.
  39. North Dakota Study Group, Correspondence and Reports, 1984-1986.
  40. Testing and Evaluation: New Views, Association for Childhood Education International, 1975.
  41. "Alternatives to Standardized Testing," Education Digest, December 1975, pp. 45-48.
  42. "A Report to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund," Vito Perrone, 1975 and 1977.
  43. "North Dakota and Standardized Testing," NAESP-Spectator, December 1975.
  44. NAESP 1976 Convention Reporter, Perrone Discusses Standardized Testing.
  45. "Evaluation," Insights, April 1976, Vol. 8, No, 7.
  46. Summary Report of North Dakota Study Group Monographs, 1976-1980.
  47. "On Standardized Testing and Evaluation," Vito Perrone, Childhood Education, October 1976, pp. 10-16.
  48. "Competency Education-Doing Something About the Schools," Vito Perrone, April 1977.
  49. "Standardized Testing: Which Way?" North Dakota Journal of Education, October 1977, pp. 28-31.
  50. "The Abuses of Standardized Testing," Vito Perrone, 1977.
  51. Speech to the National Conference on Achievement Testing and Basic Skills, Vito Perrone, March 1978.
  52. "College Admissions: A Perspective," Vito Perrone, October 1978.
  53. "How Not to Improve Educational Achievement," National Elementary Principal, January 1979, pp. 52-57.
  54. "Aptitude-Test Scores: Grumbling Gets Louder," U.S. News and World Report, May 14, 1979.
  55. Vito Perrone, Speech Regarding the Importance of Historical Perspective in Relation to the Development of Competency Testing, June 8, 1979.
  56. "Competency Testing: A Social and Historical Perspective," Educational Horizons, Fall 1979, pp. 3-8.
  57. "North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation: A Case Study," Marianne Hedin, April 1981.
  58. "Testing, Testing, and More Testing," Vito Perrone, Childhood Education, November-December 1981, pp. 76-83.
  59. "The Testing Maze in Standardized Tests," Vito Perrone, Family Learning Guide, September-October 1984.
  60. "Who Needs the Standardized Tests?" Vito Perrone.

SERIES IV: Formal Presentation, Lectures, and Publications
Box 5
Folder

  1. Mayville State College Commencement Address, August 2, 1968.
  2. "Reflections," 1970.
  3. "Accessibility to Schools: Catalyst for Educational Change," Faculty Lecture, July 11, 1972.
  4. "Teaching of History," Northern Great Plains History Conference, October 1975.
  5. "To Jon Young," January 15, 1976.
  6. "Documentation: A Process for Classroom/Program Evaluation and Personal/Professional Learning," 1977.
  7. "Alternative Research and Evaluation Paradigms," AERA Lecture, Toronto, Spring 1978.
  8. Speech Regarding the Transfer of St. James Property, May 5, 1978.
  9. Speech, 8th Annual Conference on Large-Scale Assessment, Boulder, Colorado, June 1978.
  10. "Evaluation of Students in Medical Schools: An Outsider's Perspective," September 1978.
  11. "College Admissions: A Perspective," National Forum of the College Board, October 30, 1978.
  12. "Observation Methodology," Fall 1978.
  13. Speech, Special Education Workshop, 1978.
  14. Speech, UND Human Aging Symposia, 1978-1980.
  15. "Jeremiah, the School for Prophets," March 1979.
  16. "Testimony: Truth-in-Testing," before the Committee on Labor and Education of the U.S. Congress, September 10, 1979.
  17. "Reflections on Elementary and Secondary Education: A Prelude to the 1980's," before the Committee on Education and Labor of the U.S. Congress, November 1979.
  18. CTL and the College of Fine Arts, Northern Plains Arts and Education Festivals, January 1980.
  19. "Reflection in Teaching," Harvard, Fall 1980; "Student Learning," Spring 1981.
  20. "Firsthand and Secondhand Learning-Reflections for College Faculties," Lesley College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1981.
  21. "A Reflection on Schools, Teaching, and Learning," Boston School Administrators, June 1981.
  22. Opening Remarks to CTL Faculty, 1981 and 1984.
  23. Secondary School Students and Employment, N.I.E. Invitational Conference, November 1981.
  24. Speech, Regarding A Discussion of Evaluation, Harvard, Fall 1981.
  25. "A Deweyan Perspective on Literacy Development," Fall 1981.
  26. Relative to a Presentation, North Dakota Course of Teaching of Math, Fall 1981.
  27. "Interview with Vito Perrone," Journal of Experimental Education, Fall 1981, pp. 46-48.
  28. High School Study: Proposed Site Visits, Fall 1981.
  29. Forum on Humanism and the School, 1981.
  30. Carnegie Study of the High School, Correspondence, 1981-1982.
  31. "Overview: Carnegie Portraits of High Schools," 1982.
  32. "Measuring Teacher Competence: The Impossible Dream," International Reading Association Convention, April 1982.
  33. "Measuring Teacher Competence," IRA Issues Series, April 1982.
  34. University Schools Meeting, Spring 1982.
  35. Carnegie Report on High School Study, August 1982.
  36. "Teachers," Governor's Conference on Public Education, Bismarck, August 3, 1982.
  37. Freshmen Orientation, UND, Symposium on Nuclear War: What's In It for You?, Fall 1982.
  38. Theology for Lunch, UND, Fall 1982.
  39. Presentation to the Music Faculty, Fall 1982.
  40. MIT Symposium on Science Education, Fall 1982.
  41. Keynote Address: "Progressive Schools: A Critical Legacy in Conservative America," Reunion, Reaffirmation, and Resurgence, Miquon Conference, April 1983.
  42. "Science Education: From Sputnik to the Toyota," North Dakota Academy of Science, April 1983.
  43. Opening Remarks to CTL Faculty, August 1983 and 1984.
  44. UND Educational Administrators Conference, Fall 1983.
  45. Discussion with the Legislative Committee-Selected High School Data, 1983.
  46. "Pastoral Letter on War and Peace," 1983.
  47. "Reflections on Computers and Schools," February 29, 1984.
  48. "Access Through Literacy," University of Michigan English Department Symposium, Spring 1984.
  49. "Building Bridges: The High School-University Partnership," University of Michigan, April 1984.
  50. Alternative School Conference, June 1984.
  51. 8th Annual CTL Summer Conference, July 27, 1984.
  52. Undergraduate Program Evaluation, UND, Deans' Council Retreat, July 1984.
  53. Speech to English Composition Board, University of Michigan, Fall 1984.
  54. St. Paul School-Community Collaborative, Fall 1984.
  55. A Lead-in to a Discussion on "Barriers to Learning," Ann Arbor, Michigan, Fall 1984.
  56. Speech for the North Dakota Association of Colleges on Teacher Education, Fall 1984.
  57. State of Michigan Conference to Honor 25 Outstanding Scholars, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Fall 1984.
  58. Testimony before the North Dakota Senate Appropriation Committee, Regarding Teacher Center Network, Spring 1985.
  59. "Empowering Teachers to Empower Children," City College School of Education, April 19, 1985.
  60. Cooperating Teacher Seminar, Fall 1985.
  61. Speech to Rotary-United Nations Association, Duluth, Minnesota (for Thomas Clifford), Fall 1985.
  62. Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce Honors Banquet, May 19, 1986.
  63. Various Short Speeches or Introductions, 1982-1986.
  64. Introduction to a Speech on New School, "Youth Participation in American Life," n.d.
  65. Physical Education Conference, NCATE Students, n.d.
  66. "A North Dakota Academy for School Administrators," n.d.
  67. "Dilemma of Over-Simplification," The Clearing House, September 1964, pp. 53- 54.
  68. "Taking a Look at American School Textbooks," Teaching World Affairs Tomorrow, October 1967, pp. 37.
  69. Time Out "Notes," Spring 1970.
  70. Report of Lansing Visitations, November 1973-May 1974.
  71. "A Starting Point for Curriculum Development," The Clearing House, February 1974, pp. 361-365, Vito Perrone and Lowell Thompson.
  72. A First Draft "Putting Material Together for Purposes of Applying for Teaching Positions," February 1975.
  73. Draft-"Teaching in North Dakota, North Dakota Retired Teachers' Project," 1975.
  74. "Lakota Study," Vito Perrone and Lowell Thompson, 1976.
  75. Proposal-"Professional Development Program," May-June 1976.
  76. "An Interview with Grace Carlson Nelson, County Superintendent of Schools," Journal of Teaching and Learning, UND, August 1976, pp. 45-57.
  77. "An American Studies Program?" for Humanities Council Northern Plains Consortium, September 1976.
  78. "Description of Proposed Research," 1976 (?).
  79. "Teacher Oriented Staff Development," Today's Education: WEA Journal, 1976.
  80. "Parents and Schools," Primary School Potpourri, 1976, pp. 46-51.
  81. "Religious Education: Is There a Future?" Communiversity, February 1977.
  82. "Documentation: A Process for Classroom/Program Evaluation and Personal/Professional Learning," Insights, April 1977.
  83. Project Offer, Evaluation Report #1, Prepared for the Minot Public Schools, June 1977.
  84. Ford Foundation Report: "A Review of the Community Resources Institute," September 1977.
  85. "Documenting Teaching and Learning," Social Policy, September-October 1977.
  86. Ronald Geiser and Linda Mease, "An Evaluation of the Council on Quality Education's Program of Grants for Innovative/Cost Effective Projects," June 1977.
  87. "Supporting Teacher Growth," Childhood Education, May 1978, pp. 298-302.
  88. "The First Ten Years: A Salute," Changing Schools: Open Corridors and Teacher Centers, October 1978, pp. 48.
  89. Center Forum Discussion Papers, November and December 1978.
  90. "A Perspective on the Center: A Center Forum Discussion Paper," November 6, 1978.
  91. "Learning Posters and Activity Cards," Learning, December 1979, pp. 44.
  92. "Education in the Eighties: A National Agenda," National Elementary Principal, June 1980, pp. 8-13.
  93. "South High Boston," October 2, 1980.
  94. "Boston School Superintendent Search and Selection Process," December 1980- June 1983.
  95. "School Power: Implications of an Intervention Project by James Coiner - A Review," September 1981.
  96. "Student Employment: Implications for Teachers and Schools," Cecelia Traugh and Vito Perrone, May 1980; Secondary School Students and Employment: An Introduction to the Data, Vito Perrone, et al., September and October 1981, Vols. 1 and 2.
  97. "My Reading of a Sample of 33 Sophomore Experience Papers," February 22, 1982.

Box 6
Folder

  1. "Effective Schools, Teaching, and Learning," Insights, April 1983.
  2. "Elementary Teacher Education, University of Wisconsin- Madison," Report of the Board of Regents Review Panel, Vito Perrone, et al., May 1983.
  3. Reaction to the NDEA Working Paper of October 3, 1983 - December 6, 1983, Presented to the Interim Legislative Education Committee.
  4. "Lesley College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Review," December 1983.
  5. "Quality Indian Education in Manitoba Through Local Control," December 1983.
  6. Preliminary Report on the Secondary Education Program, Mayville State College, 1983.
  7. Antioch-Columbia Report, North Central Evaluator, 1983.
  8. Materials Regarding Central High School, 1983.
  9. "A Proposal to the Bush Foundation to Establish the North Dakota Center for Inquiry into Teaching, Learning, and Schools," 1984.
  10. Report of the Advisory Arbitration Panel for the Grand Forks Education Association and the Grand Forks School Board, June 1984.
  11. "North Dakota Indian Community Colleges," Prepared for Governor Sinner, Fall 1984.
  12. Report of a Visit to Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin, January 22-24, 1985 for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, January 1985.
  13. Central Missouri State University Review, n.d.
  14. "Proposal to the Bremer Foundation to Support Cooperative Educational Planning Among School Districts of Walsh-Pembina Counties," April 1985.
  15. National Coalition of Advocates for Students, Board of Inquiry, January 1984- August 1985.
  16. "Study of Immigrant Children and the Schools," August 1985.
  17. Governor's Task Force - Academy/Enrichment Program, October 1985.
  18. Proposal for Support of the UND 1985 Mathematics-Physical Science Institute.
  19. "Building Expertise in Teaching: A Proposal for a Study of Teacher Education Programs at UND," August 1985.
  20. Barriers to Excellence: Our Children at Risk, 1985.
  21. "Arkansas School Reform Study," Winthrop Rochefeller Foundation, Vito Perrone, Michael Patton, J. Campbell, 1985-1989.
  22. Johanna Knudsen Miller: Pioneer Teacher, 1986.
  23. NCA Evaluation, Mankato State University, "External Review of the Studies in Educational Alternatives Program," April 1986.
  24. Report to the North Dakota Teacher. Professional Practices Commission, July 1986.
  25. "North Dakota and Beyond," n.d.
  26. "Structural Change in Teacher Education," n.d.
  27. "A Policy Statement on Migratory Farm Labor," n.d.
  28. North Central Accreditation Review, n.d.
  29. Report to Leon Epstein, NCA Visit to Northwestern University, n.d.
  30. "An 'Upbeat' Perspective on Graduate Programs in Teacher Education."
  31. "Teacher as a Source for Staff Development," n.d.
  32. Draft Statement to Carnegie Foundation, "Study on College and the Common Core of Learning," n.d.
  33. "The Last Time Around," This Side of the Rainbow, pp. 27-30.
  34. Miscellaneous Research Articles.

SERIES V: Other Professional Activities

  1. School Nurse Practioner Program.
  2. American Issues Forum, Program and General Materials, 1975-1976.
  3. American Issues Forum, Leadership Packet and "What is America?" 1975.
  4. American Issues Forum, Reports and Programs, 1974-1975.
  5. American Issues Forum, Reports and Programs, 1975-1976.
  6. Bicentennial Mailing Lists.
  7. Bicentennial Mailing, February 24, 1975.
  8. Bicentennial Mailing, June 30, 1975.
  9. Bicentennial Mailing, August 13, 1975.
  10. Bicentennial Mailing, September 16, 1975.
  11. Bicentennial Mailing, October 2, 1975.
  12. Bicentennial Mailing, October 17, 1975.
  13. Bicentennial Mailing, October 27, 1975.
  14. Bicentennial Mailing, November 25, 1975.
  15. Bicentennial Mailing, December 23, 1975.
  16. Bicentennial Mailing, January 23, 1976.
  17. Bicentennial Mailing, February 1976.
  18. Bicentennial Mailing, March 22, 1976.
  19. Bicentennial Mailing, April 1976.
  20. Bicentennial Miscellaneous Materials.
  21. University Bicentennial Committee, 1975.
  22. Institute for Local and Western History, Proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1976.
  23. Institute for Local and Western History, Correspondence and Evaluation Report, 1976.
  24. Institute for Local and Western History, Project Papers, 1976.
  25. North Dakota County School Records Projects, 1976.
  26. North Dakota County School Records Projects, 1976.

Box 7
Folder

  1. Conversations from "Wingspread, The Prospect Archive," tape.
  2. Prospect Center, Report to the Bush Foundations 1984-1985.
  3. "Learning to Document Children's Growth and Leaning," Cecelia Iraugh, Patricia Carini, David Carroll, June 1984.
  4. Prospect Archives, Articles, 1984-1985.
  5. To the Otto Bremer Foundation: A Proposal to Develop a Center for Peace Studies and Maintain a Peace Education Clearinghouse, 1962-1986.
  6. Center for Peace Studies, Memos, Reports, Correspondence, 1982-1986.
  7. Speech, North Dakota Association of Young Children, Fall 1984.
  8. Speech for the Measure 7 Initiative, Fall 1982.
  9. Welcome Remarks, Communiversity Course on Peace and Arms 1982.
  10. Mayor's Nuclear War Preparedness Task Forces 1983-1984.
  11. "Social and Economic effects of the Arms Race," Speech, Crookston, Minnesota, September 1984.
  12. North Dakota Center for Peace Studies, "Preparing for Peace," Fall 1985; Peace Garden Award, 1984.
  13. North Dakota Course on Social Studies, Fall 1985.
  14. Speech, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Fall 1985.
  15. Presentation to the City Council Regarding FEMA.
  16. Peace Issues, News Clippings, 1982-1984.
  17. Archives and Records Committee, 1978-1980.
  18. Miscellaneous Materials.

 Original Donation  First Addition: 1973-1986
 Second Addition: 1977-1978  Third Addition: 1968-1984, 1995
 Fourth Addition: 1983-1986  

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