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The Association, 1915 - Education
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Contents

Organization of Public Education
88
Our Rural SchoolsHolden
97
Child Welfare and Rural SchoolsWood
104
The Cost and Labor of English TeachingHopkins
114
Industrial TrainingYoung
125
The Educational Situation in South AfricaLoram
135
Changes in English Education since 1900Sadler
144
Education in GuatemalaTejada
152
Public InstructionAmericas Work in the PhilippinesCrone
166
The Recent Educational Development in ChinaNyi
175
The Teachers of America and the Problems of AsiaGulick
186
Agricultural EducationWaters
193
Educational Progress of Continental Europe since igooFarringicn
199
Ideal Education the Forerunner of Universal PeaceKhan
205
Some Defects in Our Legal EducationMcMurray
207
Should There Be Military Training in Public Schools ?Lochner
217
The Education of the EngineerMarx
223
A Greeting from GuatemalaMorales
229
Way of Approach to the Supreme Ideal in School EducationHolman
239
The Education of the World for a Permanent PeaceAndrews
246
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE Cincinnati Meeting 1915
253
Report of Committee on Economy of Time in Elementary EducationMinimum
260
The TrapBryan
268
TextbooksEducationally Commercially and PoliticallyWinship
274
Vocational Education
292
Should Our Educational System Include Activities Whose Special Purpose
335
School Curricula and Organization
350
Is a National Standard of Education Practical ?Taft
373
The Investigation of the Efficiency of Schools and School Systems
379
round tables
415
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population of over
430
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population of from
445
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population under 25000
466
Round Table of Child Relations
485
The Taking of the School CensusDavis
497
Community Center WorkSterling
503
School Supervision in New EnglandSmith
509
Personality in SupervisionCrablree
516
The Administration of the American UniversityJordan
522
The Study of Education in the Normal School and the University
527
In MemoriamJames M GreenwoodBlewett
533
Report op Committee on Tests and Standards of Efficiency
560
DEPARTMENT OF KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION
629
Child Education as a Basis for the New Internationalism
630
The Kindergarten and the Elementary School
637
The Kindergarten and Industrial Arts
647
Child Study 384
658
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
671
Standardization of the Rural SchoolsCarleton
679
Community Center WorkPreston
687
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION
755
DEPARTMENT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS
763
NormalSchool Extension Courses in EducationJudd
771
NormalSchool Extension Couhses in Five States
777
Secretarys MinutesOakland Meeting
785
B What to Stress and What to Slur in the Preparation of Elementary
793
A Decade of Progress in the Training of Rural TeachersBurnham
801
Library Training in the Normal SchoolsPcarse
807
DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL ARTS
815
Home Economics Applied to LifeVan Rensselaer
821
Vocational Education and the Labor ProblemPearse
828
The Social Phases of Vocational EducationBoone
837
Some Social Phases of Vocational Education in the PhilippinesPotter
843
Elementary Music Education as a Basis for Secondary and Higher Music Edu
851
College Preparation for Teachers of Music in Secondary SchoolsGlen
858
Instrumental Music and Instrument Study in the Oakland SchoolsWoods
865
The Music of the Orient
872
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
883
Factors of Efficiency in Secondary Commercial TeachingTreleven
893
Linking School Work with Business Enterprises
903
Farm Statistics and Standardized AccountsBexell
925
The LatinAmerican Field and OpportunityBarrett
934
DEPARTMENT OF CHILD HYGIENE
941
Some Problems to Be Considered in the Selection of Sites for School Buildings
951
The Problem of Handedness in EducationJones
959
Ten Million Dollars for Sanitary School Buildings in IndianaKing
967
A University Playground for WomenThomson
975
The Distinctive Functions of Games and GymnasticsStewart
981
The Educational Value of PlaygroundsBoone
989
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
995
Correlation of Chemistry and Agriculture
1005
What Can the Teacher of Geography Contribute to the Survey of Vocational
1012
The Place of Pure Science in Our PublicSchool SystemLewis
1024
Address of WelcomeCook
1030
Is the Board of Education an Incubus on Modern Education ?Blight
1037
School Buildings and Grounds in the PhilippinesCrone
1047
Secretarys Minutes
1055
Report of Committee on HighSchool LibrariesHall
1064
HighSchool Libraries of CaliforniaMorgan
1071
American History in Elementary SchoolsHolmes
1078
Books and EducationSisson
1085
School Surveys of Backward and Retarded ChildrenWilliams
1095
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL PATRONS
1105
Report of Committee on School HealthWard
1113
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
1131
How Boys and Girls Respond to Home Work in a Large City
1139
Agricultural Education in the State of Victoria AustraliaHarrison
1154
DEPARTMENT OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS
1161
Abolishing the Rating of TeachersParrott
1168

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Page 492 - STATE OP NEW YORK 1 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE J ss " I have compared the preceding with the original law on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said original law. MITCHELL MAY Secretary of
Page 390 - the definition. I choose Milton's: I call a complete and generous education that which fits a man to perform justly, skilfully, and magnanimously all the offices, both public and private, of peace and war. Any school which
Page 390 - its pupils, as far as a school may, to perform justly, skilfully, and magnanimously all the offices, both public and private, of peace and war, as far as the natural endowment of each pupil will permit, is an efficient school. You will notice that I have inserted two conditions,
Page 165 - the Philippine Commission. In these instructions President McKinley stated that the Commission should bear in mind that the new government was not to be designed for our satisfaction or for the expression of our theoretical views, but for the happiness, peace, and prosperity of the Philippine Islands. While all of the work undertaken under the new government, in health, public works, science, agriculture,
Page 55 - It's wiser being good than bad; It's safer being meek than fierce; It's fitter being sane than mad; My own hope is, a sun will pierce The thickest cloud earth ever stretched; That
Page 491 - The greater New York charter, as re-enacted by chapter four hundred and sixty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred and one, is hereby amended by adding to section ten hundred and sixty-nine, a new subdivision, to be known as subdivision eight, to read as follows:
Page 691 - It shall be the duty of the home teachers to work in the homes of the pupils, instructing children and adults in matters relating to school attendance and preparation therefor; also in sanitation, in the English language, in household duties, such as the purchase, preparation, and use of food
Page 560 - Consider for a moment what grammar is. It is the most elementary part of logic. It is the beginning of the analysis of the thinking process. The principles and rules of grammar are the means by which the forms of language are made to correspond
Page 589 - child an education that shall fit him for active life, and shall serve as a foundation for eminence in his profession, whether mercantile or mechanical, is under the necessity of giving him a different education from any which our public schools can now furnish.
Page 790 - He is a professor eloquent, a missionary and a preacher displaying his science in its most complete and winning form, pouring it forth with the soul of enthusiasm, and lighting up his own love of it in the breast of his hearers.

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