The Phi Delta Kappan, Volumes 1-5

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Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated, 1916 - Education

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Page 51 - that the nominations be closed, and that the Secretary be instructed to cast the unanimous ballot of the Council for
Page 21 - of Education and Director, Division of Field Studies, Institute of Educational Research, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, New York.
Page 31 - To afford opportunity for educators of the various nations to agree upon principles and plans for the promotion of goodwill and mutual understanding, which are universal In their application and which can be adopted as a definite program to be carried out In the schools throughout the world. 2. Date and
Page 29 - asked, and the practice of which contributed largely to the success of the conference so recently adjourned. I trust they will facilitate that ample and helpful understanding which is desirable in the senate, and reflect that understanding which was the keynote of the conference itself."
Page 11 - as charter members thereof, conveying to them and their duly elected associates and successors all the privileges conferred by the Constitution of PHI DELTA KAPPA. To Charter Members. In testimony hereof the President, VicePresident, Secretary, Treasurer and Historian, National Officers of PHI DELTA KAPPA, have hereunto set their signatures and the seal of the Fraternity on this day of in the year of
Page 31 - Conference will be held in San Francisco, California. It will open with a plenary session on the evening of June 28, 1923, and will close with a joint session with the National Education Association of the United States on Thursday, July 5. The Sixtyfirst Annual Convention of the National Education Association will be In OaklandSan Francisco, July
Page 17 - and shall serve until their successors have been elected and have qualified. SECTION 2. ELIGIBILITY Any member of the Fraternity in good standing shall be eligible to hold office.
Page 6 - release of man power from the farms, by the application of machinery and horse power. 2. The occupational and geographical division of labor has stimulated the movement cityward. A century ago the farms were practically selfsufficing. Since that time a large range of activities has been transferred from them to

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