Future Teachers Induct 260 Members
1 he induction of 260 members of the Thomas Jefferson chapter of the Future
Teachers of America on January 4, 1957, climaxed many weeks of work and reorganization for this active group at the University. With goals to emphasize the
qualities of dependable character and leadership, to orient students into the teaching
profession, and to give students the opportunity for active participation in both state
and national education associations, FTA creates an even greater awareness of the
teaching profession. The FTA during the year participated in the Texas State Teachers
Association convention in Houston. Ten voting delegates journeyed to the State convention in Austin to conduct the workshop for the group. At the University, the
members promoted a selective teacher recruitment program, cooperated with Kappa
Delta Pi in education projects, and participated in radio and television programs.
FRONT: D. Dennis, L. Christy, If. Craig, P. Clark, F.
Cooper, Helen Schuck, J. Clark. SECOND: C Cloven, W.
MacDonnell, J. McLemore, I. Osborne, K. Bartsch, R. Ry-
man. THIRD: C. Fairchild, A. Marshall, S. Lawson, J.
Bishop, E. Taylor, S. Pitts, J. Schmidt. BACK: E. Nelson,
B. Doree, H. Lampert, P. Balinas, C. Estes, J. Sullivan, H.
FRONT: J. Clark, president; H. Schuck, vice president; Frank
Cooper, vice president. BACK: J. Sullivan, business manager; and
J. Schmidt, treasurer.
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