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Franklin D. Roosevelt writes to Martha Berry to explain his regret that he cannot visit the Berry Schools because he is still on crutches, which makes it difficult for him to travel. He explains his plans for a "therapeutic" center for victims of infantile paralysis.
President Wilson writes to the Secretary of the Interior, Franklin K. Lane, about the status of education during the war. Wilson is glad that schools are still open and students are continuing to attend, but he hopes efforts can be made to raise money to help schools stay open.