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1918 - Education
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Contents

The Enlistment of the ProfessionPearse
66
The Rôle of Woman in the New InternationalismPost
77
New WorldStandards of Educational EfficiencyBrumbaugh
84
An Interpretation of Life in Terms of Beauty and of Color in Terms of Music
91
The War and University ReformPhillips
100
The Worlds Food Supply and Womans ObligationAddams
108
WarModified Education the Teachers and the SchoolsSiders
115
WarModified Education and the Rise of the Common People thru ItWinship
123
The National Emergency in EducationStrayer
129
Secretarys MinutesPittsburgh Meeting
135
Democratic Factors in American EducationYocum 141
141
The War Garden MovementWilson
148
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
157
A Better Appreciation of Cultural ValuesSchaeffer
163
Spoken English as a Factor in AmericanizationBarnes
171
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
177
Citizenship and AthleticsA Concrete ExampleThistlethwaite 183
183
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION
191
The Problems of Historical Scholarship and Teaching as Affected by the War
199
The Committee on Education and Special TrainingCapen
205
Coordination of Theory and Practice in Normal SchoolsSprague
212
ATLANTIC CITY MEETING
219
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
235
DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL ARTS
249
The Influence of War Conditions on Vocational Education for GirlsWoolman
256
Vocational Reeducation of Disabled SoldiersCanadas ExperienceKidner 264
264
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
271
Sectional Conferences and Periods of Professional Improvement Work for Teachers
278
The Birth and Childhood of Vocational Education with a Forecast of Its Develop
286
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
295
What and How to Teach DefectivesSteinbach
304
Does the Special Class Equip Pupils for Industrial Employment?Whitney
310
The Essential Factor in Musical EducationEarhart
316
DEPARTMENT OF CHILD HYGIENE
323
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
339
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
359
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360
Americanization as a WarTime Duty of the SchoolsBecht
363
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL PATRONS
419
Report of Committee on Education National Council of Jewish WomenLong
425
Conserving the Health of School ChildrenHobson
432
Rural Schools in the WarHarvey
438
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444
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
447
HighSchool Library Standardization Aims from the Point of View of the School
460
DEPARTMENT OF THE WIDER USE OF SCHOOLHOUSES
471
A CONFERENCE OF STATE SUPERINTENDENTS
478
G CONFERENCE ON PHYSICAL TRAINING
480
Address of WelcomeKendall
481
CENTRALIZING TENDENCIES IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
490
OPPORTUNITY AND LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN EDUCATION
508
Report of the Committee on Economy of Time in Elementary Education
520
Economy in Learning in Relation to Economy of TimeHorn
526
Report of the Committee on Publicity
533
The Report of Committee on Cooperation of Boards of Education
549
NATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR EDUCATION OF THE COLORED PEOPLE
555
Standardization of Schoolhouse Planning and ConstructionCooper
568
Work and Scope of the Junior Red CrossMacCracken
576
B CONFERENCE OF COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS
593
CONFERENCE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF CITIES WITH POPULATION OVER
605
CONFERENCE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF CITIES WITH POPULATION BETWEEN
618
E CONFERENCE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF CITIES WITH POPULATION BETWEEN
641
F CONFERENCE ON COMPULSORY EDUCATION SCHOOL CENSUS AND CHILD
657
PHYSICALWELFARE WORK WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN IN WAR TIMES
677
Necrology
685
Standard Library Organization and Equipment for Secondary Schools of Different
691
Report of the Committee on Teachers Salaries Tenure and Pensions
721
307
768
316
781
483
791
326
792
129
794
340
798
131
802
361
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