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1914 - Education
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Contents

Education in a Democracy
103
The Needs op the Public Schools
113
Address of WelcomeChandler
139
Fundamental Distinctions between Liberal and Vocational Education
150
School and ShopWork and StudyCondon
171
Hopeful Experiments
185
The Foundations of Educational AchievementThorndike
199
Report of the Committee on Economy of Time in EducationWilson
206
The Determinants of the Course of StudyYocutn
223
How the Course of Study Should Be DeterminedWithers
235
RuralSchool AdministrationCubberley and Elliott
244
round tables
251
Round Table of Superintendents in Cities with a Population of over 300000
264
Upper Grades
272
Round Table of Superintendents in Cities with a Population under 25000
279
Secretarys Minutes Richmond Meeting 393
293
Report of the Committee on Tests and Standards of Efficiency in Schools
302
The PublicSchool SurveyMeek
310
Sex Hygiene
317
Secretarys Minutes St Paul Meeting
325
Superintendent
344
TV Mac Donald 356
356
History and Achievement of the National Council of EducationGreenwood
364
Harmonizing Vocational and Cultural Education
375
Economy of Time in Education
386
DEPARTMENT OF KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION
405
Winchester
413
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Secretarys Minutes
421
The Individual Child and His Individual Needs The Home Life
430
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
445
Bishop Grundtvig and the Peoples High SchoolsCooley
451
The Value of History of Art as a Study in Secondary SchoolsMacMurphy
460
The Responsibility of the Teacher with Regard to the Teaching of Sex Hygiene
470
Minutes of the Meetings of the Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary
481
Minutes of the Meetings of the Conference of HighSchool Principals
488
The Media of Religious Impression in CollegeCrawford
494
The TwentiethCentury Normal SchoolNew Branches of Study New Problems
497
The Preparation of Teachers and Supervisors for the Industrial Branches
505
Vocational EducationIts TerminologyPearse 582
582
Art Appreciation for the MassesKoehler
594
The Use of the Factory and Office Buildings in New York City for Vocational
602
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC EDUCATION
625
HighSchool Credit for Applied Music Taken under Special Teachers Outside
634
When Music Fulfils Its Highest FunctionLutkin
641
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
649
DEPARTMENT OF CHILD HYGIENE
663
The Health Administration of SchoolsBracken
672
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
683
The Physical Director in Relation to the SchoolSamson
691
The History of the Development of Physical Education at Newcomb CollegeBoer
701
Swedish Gymnastics in American SchoolsBlijenburgh
707
The Heart Volume in ManThe Nitrous Oxide Method and the Results of Pro
713
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
721
Cooperation by Teachers for the Improvement of Science TeachingRandall
729
The Use of Lantern Slides in a Course in Electrical MeasurementsFrey
742
Biology in the Secondary SchoolsPeabody
748
Applied ScienceIts Relationship to Shopwork and the Rest of the Curriculum
764
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
773
The Heating Lighting and Ventilating of School BuildingsIngold
779
A State Teachers Employment Agency under the Supervision of the Department
785
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
791
Report of the Committee on RuralSchool LibrariesWilson
798
The Newspaper Morgue the Library and the SchoolJohnston
810
A Normal Budget for the HighSchool LibraryNewberry
817
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
827
Fear and Its CureWilliams
836
The Work of the National Association for the Study and Education of Exceptional
843
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL PATRONS
851
The Responsibility of School Patrons with Regard to the School
857
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
877
The Use of Raw Materials in Teaching AgricultureWelles
886
The Federated Boys and Girls Club WorkBenson
898
What Recognition Should Be Given Vacation and Other OutofSchool Work?
905
Words of Welcome to the New DepartmentSwain
911
The Present Status of Business Education in the United States and Some Recom
924

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Page 35 - Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet, Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God's great Judgment Seat; But there is neither East nor West, Border, nor Breed, nor Birth, When two strong men stand face to face, though they come from the ends of the earth!
Page 276 - THE fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
Page 727 - To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching, and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States.
Page xii - ... be sued in any court of the United States, or other court of competent jurisdiction ; to make by-laws not inconsistent with the provisions of this act or of the Constitution of the United States ; to take or receive, whether by gift, grant, devise, bequest, or purchase, any real or personal estate...
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Page 4 - VI. DUTIES OF OFFICERS. SECTION 1. The president shall preside at all meetings of the Association and...
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Page xii - Association, are hereby incorporated and declared to be a body corporate of the District of Columbia by the name of the "National Education Association of the United States," and by that name shall be known and have perpetual succession with the powers, limitations, and restrictions herein contained.

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