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April 15, 1962
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nn prove r-Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP75-00001 R000300260057-5 4 EVENING 30,444 Y 3 1 ,6 r ~pR 15 1962 ED ON STUDIES HERE Colleges Adopting Book by Dr. Hia Observations I n several Santa Barbara area . sChoollg and consultation with mwn4r. ous local teachers have pro- vided the groundwork for a new teaching textbook which has already been adopted in seven colleges. The book is `"Teaching Se- ondary S c h o o 1 Social Stud 'es " by gi h of he depa o soy at he U ', slty of Cal'fornia at lays a picture of Joseph D. lake's social studies class at a Colina Junior ttigh School, hich Dr. High observed,sev- rals during the time the ook was in preparation. STAFF; HELPFUL Dr. High said the entire taff of the city schools had een helpful to him in writing charer, superintendent of ity schools; - Dr. Thelma J. )amgaard, director of ele. en t a r y curriculum; and embers of the staff at Santa arbara High School, includ- ng Claud Hardesty, princi- al;'Howard. C Walters, chair. an of the stYci'al ""studies de- rtment; ar-d social studies achers Helen F. Thomson, nomas V. Martin, Wales R.I olbrook, Everett B. Crist nd Paul W. Davidson. At an Marcos High School Dr , . en ury man- Iigh said, he had receivediual for the conduct of the! pedal assistance, from Wil-slave `trade which he edited l lam E. McLaughlin, chair- and for which he wrote an!, an of the social studies de- introduction. CPYRGHT Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP75-00001 R000300260057-5 'rakes, and Leonard Rogers , teachers at the school. The book is an outgrowth of 20 years of teaching exper ience in which Dr. High taught; at all levels from the seventh. grade through graduate semi+L nars in American history. Dr. High has been assistant`, professor of history at UCSB` since 1947. Previous to this;; he taught history at the Uni-' versity of Washington and at' Western Washington College of Education. During the war, as a Ma, rine, he was a Japanese in terpreter and the author of a Japanese - English diction ary used by the military. lid also worked for the. Central IUtQU ington, , r to Dr. High has just signed a, contract for a political geog raphy of,the_world which he will write in collaboration .with', Dr. Robert Johnson of UCSB. The book, to be published byj; Macmillan, is ,10 be issued in 1.964. During the past year, h? j'; completed two scholarly books!; in the field of history, One` isi a biography of Governor Hora- tio Sharpe of Maryland, in the 18th century; and the, other is an 18th c t