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BEST ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EDUCATION
Among the important articles arranged for early publication are the following:
Some observations on modern tendencies, by THEODORE N. VAIL, New York City.
The environment and education, by I. W. HOWERTH, of the University of California.
Methods of teaching at Annapolis, by ALLEN F. WESTCOTT, Naval Academy, Annapolis.
The place of reading in the modern language course, by MARIAN P. WHITNEY, of Vassar College.
Horace: An appreciation, by CHARLES N. SMILEY, of Grinnell College.
What is English? by C. H. WARD, of the Taft School, Watertown, Conn.
Science in education, by H. G. TOWNSEND, of Smith College.
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BRIGGS, THOMAS H., Perry's (Arthur
Brown University, 209.
athletics upon physical otism, 78.
Butler's (Nicholas Murray) Meaning
and its application to, 447.
versity Professors, 310. Canby's (Henry S.) College sons and
of graduate schools in the universi-
its influence on the modern Chemical engineering for paper makers,
tion of the school Colleges and universities, Vocational
guidance in, 331.
Cities and, 318.
Medical Officer of the Congress (Scientific), Second Pan-
tions in the District of Columbia, 64.
ary middle English reader, 99.
versity Professors, 310. Degree conferring institutions in the
Direct method (The) and its applica-
tion to American schools, 447.
method (the) for a modern
language, Why? 254.
Discussions, 87, 198, 305, 397, 522,
method and its application to Amer- gree conferring institutions in, 64.
Division of reference and research in
appointment of teachers in cities, 526.
of commerce, Boston, 305.
Eaton (Jeanette) and Stevens's (Ber-
training for girls, 314.
Education (Higher) in New York City,
in Russia, Influence of the
war on, 325
leges, The influence of
athletics upon, 355.
city in, 397.
(The) of travel, 457.
mentary schools, 342.
ciples and the, 342.
English reader, 99.
teaching of modern languages in,
City, A report on the, 8.
Faculty, A university president to the,
and Stevens's (Bertha M.) Com-
France, Relations between America
universities of the United States,
Gary experiment in New York City,
A report on the, 8.
influence on the modern world, 399.
the universities of the United
its influence on the modern world,
physique of school children, 412.
HAMMETT, C. E.-The influence of
athletics upon physical education in
American colleges, 355.
warring nations, 217.
A sketch and a letter, 387.
and education, 139.
Immigrant, The education of the, 469.
genius of ancient Greece
and its, 399.
physical education in
American colleges, 355.
the District of Columbia, Control
tion of, 425
JENNINGS, IRWIN G.-Vocational
guidance in colleges and universi-