Educational Survey Committee Minutes
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series contains official minutes and transcripts of meetings and public hearings held by the Utah Educational Survey Committee. The Committee was a fact finding body appointed in 1939 by Governor Henry H. Blood. Their purpose was to identify significant problems of public education in Utah and to produce a report for presentation to the Governor "on or before July 1, 1940." Agenda, attendance rolls, invitations, and relevant correspondence are also included.
Alphabetical by subject
Correspondence from the Governor Blood, Series 186, contains Governor Henry H. Blood's incoming and outgoing correspondence, including some pertaining to the Utah Educational Survey Committee.
Correspondence from the Educational Survey Committee, Series 1216, documents the communications that flowed between the Utah Educational Survey Committee members, its research director, and local and national educational bodies.
Research records from the Educational Survey Committee, Series 1217, contain informational data gathered by the Utah Educational Survey Committee. Bulk of information was obtained by questionnaires dispersed to educators throughout the state.
Report from the Educational Survey Committee, Series 23746, contains a one volume report published by the Utah Educational Survey Committee.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series was processed by Anissa Taylor in May 2001.
- Educational evaluation--Utah.
- Higher education and state--Utah.
- Education and state--Utah.
- Educational change--Utah.
- Utah--Education--Aims and objectives.
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