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Letter from Guild President to New York City Board of Education President re staff shortages in the Bureau of Child Guidance, non-competitive, newly reduced, starting salary, comparing with salary and requirements of building attendants, December 14, 1945; "Bureau of Child Guidance," statement of Guild representative at Budget Hearing, New York City Board of Education, November 30, 1945, criticizing unrealistic starting salary and requirements as cause of shortage of school social workers, 3 pages; letter from Guild President to New York City Board of Education President, re salary schedule of substitute school social workers and psychologists, November 7, 1951; form letter to Bureau of Child Guidance (BCG) members supporting the Staff Relations Plan, March 28, 1952; "Brief in Support of Teacher Status for School Social Worker and Psychologists as Provided by the Cuite and Bubin Bills Before the 1956 State Legislature," 13 page report by New York City Teachers Guild, January 26, 1956; "Teachers Status For Psychologists and Social Workers in the Bureau of Child Guidance," Prepared by Guild representative, January 17, 1956, 2 pages; letter from Guild President to New York City Board of Education President protesting salary schedules for social workers and psychologists, May 31, 1956; letter from President, Guild Bureau of Child Guidance Chapter to Chairman of Board of Examiners, New York City Board of Education, protesting delay in announcing appointment lists for school social workers, psychologists and supervisors, September 18, 1956; "Brief Opposing the Proposed Qualifying Examination for the Position of Assistant Administrative Director in the Bureau of Child Guidance and Asking for Such a Delineation of the Functions of this New Position So That There is No Danger Of Intrusion On the Professional Prestige and Integrity of the Clinical Leadership," c. 1956, 2 pages;"Brief in Support of Increased Budgetary Provisions for the Bureau of Child Guidance," presented to the Board of Education at the Budget Hearing on January 27, 1958, by the Bureau of Child Guidance Chapter of the New York Teachers Guild, 4 pages; press releases, copies of the Bureau Guild Reporter, (one later issue, 1963, called Child Guidance Chapter, UFT Reporter)

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