A bill to maintain separate educational facilities for each race in North Carolina schools and created an Advisory Board to "make a continuing study of the problems which exist and may arise…in the matter of separate schools for the races."
A report outlining the committee's analysis of the legal implications as result of the Supreme Court's ruling on segregation, and recommendations for what can be done in North Carolina's public schools to avoid integration.
Extracts of a speech (reprinted in the newspaper) by Carlyle on the topic of North Carolina's public schools and integration. The author favors keeping public schools open, rather than closing them to avoid integration.
A bill that would require all African American teachers and principals to have their certifications revoked and be re-certified based on the results of an examination prior to the start of the 1956-1957 school term.