Fox, John A.
October 1940
Education;Oct1940, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the National Youth Administration (NYA) which are created to be responsible in serving the youth, to preserve and protect in them the qualities of pride and hope which have been a sustaining force of Americanism. CCC and NYA are the expression of the mature determination to keep America a healthy nation, both in spirit and in body. It also discusses the functions of the CCC in education and the challenges it faces in the accomplishment of its educational aims.


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