Addresses and Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 59 (Google eBook)

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The Association, 1921 - Education
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Contents

As It Is Related to the Work of the Normal Schools and TeacherTraining Insti
87
What Part Shall the Colleges and Universities Play in the American Program
104
The State Program in Education and Its Bearing upon the National Program
116
Editorial Council
128
Report of Committee on Sources of Revenue
138
Report of Committee on Tenure
145
Report of Committee on Pensions
155
Report of the Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education
163
Report of the Committee on Thrift Education
169
Reports of Committee on Foreign Relations
176
Report of the Committee on Expenses of Delegates
182
Treasurers Report June 1 1920 to May 31 1921Adair
239
Report of Executive Committee
249
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
269
The American TeacherCrabbe
281
Teacher CouncilsOrtman
293
Conference on ElementarySchool CourseMinutes
301
The Health Crisis in EducationWood
306
Thrift EducationChamberlain
315
Des Moines Meeting
332
Educational Progress During the YearGmnn
340
The Place of Religious Sanctions in Character TrainingPhillips
347
Improving Rural Schools by StandardizationLatltrop
354
Second Report of Progress of Committee on Racial WellBeingPutnam
362
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
369
Cooperation between Business Houses and Business SchoolsHamilton
376
School Health Service in New York StateHowe
384
New Standards of Physical Growth and Their Use in Nutrition ClassesBaldwin
391
Vitalizing the Teaching of HygieneGregg
394
The Teachers Responsibility to the Board of EducationFitzpatrick
400
DEPARTMENT OF DEANS OF WOMEN
407
Position and Responsibility of Trained Women in EducationDorsey
413
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS
421
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
427
Mathematics the Project InstrumentLindquist
435
The Contribution of Elementary School toward Better Health LivingBaker
442
The Use of Scientific Measurements as a Basis for InstructionReed
448
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION
455
PAGE
461
Suggestions for Deriving Standards of Achievement of Kindergarten Children
467
Statement of Organization
472
ByLaws
473
Supervision for GrowthNewbury
544
The Continued Emergency in Rural Teacher Supply and How to Meet It
552
Stimulating Interest in Vocational Agriculture through Junior Project Work
560
To What Extent Should Rural Teachers Participate in Making Courses of Study ?
566
The Preparation of Teachers for a Democratized Rural SchoolRoot
572
The Negro in Rural Education and Country LifeDillard
580
Report of the Committee on the Preparation of Rural TeachersCarney
589
Des Moines Meeting
600
Consolidated Schools in Middle Western StatesDick
606
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
617
Des Moines Meeting
641
Curriculum Organization and the School PlantAnderson
648
PACE
653
How May ParentTeacher Associations Best Cooperate with the Public Schools
661
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
667
How to Live a Hundred YearsBarker
673
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE
679
The Helping Teacher in New JerseyDecker
688
The Aims of Rural EducationBaglcy
694
The School DerelictKelly
701
Some Ideals and Accomplishments of the Newark School SystemCorson
707
The Ideals and Accomplishments of the Seattle School SystemCooper
714
The American Program in Education and the Des Moines MeetingHunter
722
How Shall the Superintendent Spend His Time ?Meek
728
The Best Use of the Superintendents TimeWilliams
738
The Reconstruction of American EducationCojfman
750
Schooling of the ImmigrantThompson
758
The Civic Training of Young AmericaDunn
765
Improving Teachers in ServiceScott
773
The Greatest Need of the SchoolsBetter TeachingJessup
779
National Aid for EducationTowner
786
Waste in EducationBonner
795
How May the Public Understand What Service the School Is Rendering
803
The Status of the SuperintendentChadsey
812
Merit Promotion of TeachersKnapp
820
A Plan of Reporting the Results of Educational Measurements to ParentsAllen
827
Is the Junior High School Delivering the Goods?AffirmativeRemy
833
Relation of Years of Experience to Merit and PayWillard
839
The Participation of State and Nation in the Support of Local SchoolsPotter
847
Notes on the Addresses Given at Des Moines
853
DEPARTMENT OF THE WIDER USE OF SCHOOLHOUSES
859

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