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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
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INDEX

EDITOR

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER

The names of contributors are printed in SMALL CAPITALS; subjects treated in ordinary

type; titles of books reviewed in italics
Adaptation, 286.

BRIGGS, THOMAS H., Perry's (Arthur
ALEY, ROBERT J.-A university presi- C.) Discipline as a school problem,
dent to the faculty, 92.

316.
America and France, Relations be- Broken fellowship (The), 179.
tween, 105.

Brown University, 209.
American colleges, The influence of BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY-Patri-

athletics upon physical otism, 78.
education in, 355.

Butler's (Nicholas Murray) Meaning
schools, The direct method of education, 408.

and its application to, 447.
(The) Association of Uni- Camp (A) for peace, 1.

versity Professors, 310. Canby's (Henry S.) College sons and
(The) state university, 29. college fathers, 529.
universities, Foreign stu- CARPENTER, WILLIAM H.-Function
dents in, 214.

of graduate schools in the universi-
Ancient Greece (The genius of) and ties of the United States, 433.

its influence on the modern Chemical engineering for paper makers,
world, 399.

522.
Rome, Liberal studies in, 237, Cities and colleges, 318.
Annapolis, Methods of teaching at, 149. City (The state and the) in public
Annual Report on the medical inspec- education, 397.

tion of the school Colleges and universities, Vocational
children of Dumfer-

guidance in, 331.

Cities and, 318.
for 1914 of the Chief COLLINS, Joseph V.---Adaptation, 286.

Medical Officer of the Congress (Scientific), Second Pan-
Board of Education, American, 108.
England and Wales, Control of degree conferring institu-
409.

tions in the District of Columbia, 64.
Application to American schools, The Cook's (Albert Stanburrough) A liter.
direct method and its, 447.

ary middle English reader, 99.
Are our schools hitting the mark? 275. Correspondence-study teaching, 40.
Association (The American) of Uni-

versity Professors, 310. Degree conferring institutions in the
(The) of Biblical Instruc- District of Columbia, Control of, 64.
tors, 425

Direct method (The) and its applica-
Athletics (The influence of) upon

tion to American schools, 447.
physical education in American

method (the) for a modern
colleges, 355.

language, Why? 254.

Discussions, 87, 198, 305, 397, 522.
BALLARD, ANNA WOODS-The direct District of Columbia, Control of de-

method and its application to Amer- gree conferring institutions in, 64.
ican schools, 447.

Division of reference and research in
Ballou's (Frank Worthington) The the New York City school system,

appointment of teachers in cities, 526.
Biblical Instructors, The Association DREY, JAMES--The new high school

of commerce, Boston, 305.
Boston, The new high school of com-
merce, 305

Eaton (Jeanette) and Stevens's (Ber-

and
Boswell's (Foster P.) The aims and tha M.) Commercial work
defects of college education, 530.

training for girls, 314.

line, 411.

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212.

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Education (Higher) in New York City,

211.
in Russia, Influence of the

war on, 325.
(physical) in American col-

leges, The influence of

athletics upon, 355.
(public), The state and the

city in, 397.
Science in, 295.
The environment and, 139.
(The) of the immigrant, 469.

(The) of travel, 457.
Educational principles and the ele-

mentary schools, 342.
surveys, Some foreign,

106.
Efficiency in spelling, Tests of, 319.
Elementary pupils, Home work for,

360.
schools, Educational prin-

ciples and the, 342.
Emerson's (Olive Farrar) A middle

English reader, 99.
Emma Willard: A sketch and

a

France, Relations between America

and, 105.
Function of graduate schools in the

universities of the United States,
433.

letter, 387.
Engineering (Chemical) for paper

makers, 522.
English, What is? 168.
Environment (The) and education,

139.
European secondary schools, The

teaching of modern languages in,

488.
Experiment (Gary) in New York

City, A report on the, 8.

Gary experiment in New York City,

A report on the, 8.
Genius (The) of ancient Greece and its

influence on the modern world, 399.
Graduate schools (Function of) in

the universities of the United

States, 433.
Greece (The genius of ancient) and

its influence on the modern world,

399.
Greenwood's (Arthur) The health and

physique of school children, 412.
Guidance (Vocational) in colleges and

universities, 331.

HAMMETT, C. E.-The influence of

athletics upon physical education in

American colleges, 355.
High school hydra (The): A reply,

198.
of commerce, Boston, The

new, 305
Higher education in New York City,

2II.
Hitting the mark, Are our schools? 275.
HOFFMAN, ERNST—The spirit of the

warring nations, 217.
HOLDEN, JAMES A.-Emma Willard:

A sketch and a letter, 387.
Home work for elementary pupils, 360.
Horace: An appreciation, 156.
HOWERTH, I. W.-The environment

and education, 139.
Hydra, The high school: A reply, 198.

Faculty, A university president to the,

92.
Farmer (The) and his tools, 268.
Fellowship, The broken, 179.
FELTER WILLIAM L., Eaton (Jeanette)

and Stevens's (Bertha M.) Com-
mercial work and training for girls,

314.
Field work, Some phases of, 478.
FINLEY, JOHN H.--A camp for peace, I.
FITZPATRICK, FRANK A. Ballou's

(Frank Worth-
ington) The
appointment of
teachers in
cities, 526.
Butler's Nich-

olas Murray)
Meaning of
education,

408.
Foreign (Some) educational surveys,

106.
students in American uni-

versities, 214.

Immigrant, The education of the, 469.
Influence of the war on education in

Russia, 325.
on the modern world, The

genius of ancient Greece

and its, 399.
(The) of athletics

upon
physical education in

American colleges, 355.
Institutions (degree conferring) in

the District of Columbia, Control

of, 64.
Instructors (Biblical), The Associa-

tion of, 425.

JENNINGS, IRWIN G.-Vocational

guidance in colleges and universi-

ties, 331.
Johns Hopkins University, 539.
JOHNSTON, JOSEPH HENRY-Learned's

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