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Among the important articles arranged for early publication are the following:

Education for the control and enjoyment of wealth, by Witt Bowden, University of Pennsylvania.

Languages and the college preparatory course, by John D. Fitz-Gerald, University of Illinois.

Secondary school composition, by Carolyn M. Gerrish, Girls' Latin School, Boston, Mass.

The teaching of history in the elementary school, by James A. Wilgus, State Normal School, Platteville, Wis.

The vocabulary of two years, by Thomas P. Beyer, St. Paul, Minn.

Education in Japan, J, F. Steiner, Chicago, Ill.

The school board as a factor in educational efficiency, by W. S. Sutton, University of Texas.

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INDEX

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

type; titles of books reviewed in italics

Academic, Concerning some matters, BROWN, ROBERT M.—The European 391.

war and geography, 248. Academic status of psychology, 319. Building of a university, Notes on the, Administration (The) of the public 217.

schools of New York City, 469. Building (vocabulary), Systematic, 313. Adolescent, The development of a BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY—Convocabulary in the, 68.

cerning some matters academic, America, Is there no university in? 391; Hunt's (Gaillard) The Depart

431; The Germanistic Society of, ment of State of the United States, 108.

212; Roger Bacon, 94. American schools, The development

of the course of study in, 1; uni CARPENTER, WILLIAM H.-The Genversities, Library problems in, 325; eral Education Board, 300; The Asuniversities, The Association of, sociation of American Universities, 74; university professors, The As

74. sociation of, 295.

Case system (The) of teaching hygiene Association (The) of American uni

and preventive medicine in the versities, 74; (The) of American

upper grades, 503. university professors, 295.

Certain modern educational methods, Attainment (Methods of its): The A side light on, 414. Christian ideal in education, 433. CHAPMAN, J. CROSBY-Standardiza

tion of school products, 312. BARDWELL, DARWIN L.-Phases of China, Medicine in, 535.

the work of a modern high school, Christian (The) ideal in education: 367.

Methods of its attainment, 433. BEYER, THOMAS PERCIVAL.—The Classics, The teaching of English and vocabulary of two years, 191.

the study of, 37. Bishop's (William Warner) Practical

College (denominational), Place and handbook of modern library cata

function of, 445; education, An unloging, 315.

dergraduate's view of, 48.

College-preparatory course, Languages Board, The General Education, 300.

and the, 168. Board (The school) as a factor in edu College, The junior, 215; (junior) cational efficiency, 258.

Standardizing the, 56; students, BOWDEN, Wirt—Education for the Health of, 428.

control and enjoyment of wealth, Colleges, Sound sense about, 428. 147; Education for power and re Composition, Secondary school, 126. sponsibility, 352.

Concerning some matters academic, 391.

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Consolidation of rural schools, 320.
Contribution (A) to the literature of

vocational education, 322.
Control and enjoyment of wealth,

Education for the, 147.
COOLEY, EDWIN G.–Welfare of work-

ing youth in Germany, 337.
COOPER, LANE.—The teaching of Eng-

lish and the study of the classics, 37.
Countries (foreign), Illiteracy in, 321.
COURSAULT, JESSE H.—Standardizing

the junior college, 56.
Course, (college-preparatory), Lan-

guages and the, 168; of study in
American Schools, The development

of the, 1.
Courts, Juvenile, 489.
CRAWFORD, WILLIAM H.-Place and

function of the denominational col-

lege, 445.
Croswell, James G., 534.
Culture and Kultur, 400.

tional), A contribution to the litera-

ture of, 322.
Educational efficiency, The school

board as a factor in, 258; methods
(certain modern), A side light on,

414.
Efficiency (educational), The school

board as a factor in, 258.
EISELMEIER, JOHN—The woman peril:

A rejoinder, 409.
Elementary school, The teaching of

history in, 136.
England, 63.
English (The teaching of) and the

study of the classics, 37.
Enjoyment of wealth (control and),

Education for, 147.
European war (The) and geography,

248.
Evolution (The) of an expert, 320.
Expert, The evolution of an, 320.

Definition (A) of Kultur, 323.
Democracy, The education of youth

for, 379.
Denominational college, Place and

function of, 445.
Development (The) of a vocabulary

in the adolescent, 68; (The) of
the course of study in American

schools, 1.
DISBROW, RUTH AUGUSTA—The re-

straint of our public schools, 84.
Discussions, 74, 204, 295, 407, 527.
DU BREUIL, ALICE JOUVEAU—The

moving picture and the school, 204.

Factor in educational efficiency, The

school board as a, 258.
Fitz-GERALD, JOHN D.--Languages

and the college-preparatory course,

168.
Foreign countries, Illiteracy in, 321.
Form of outrage, A new, 429.
FRANK A. FITZPATRICK—The develop-

ment of the course of study in

American schools, 1.
Freeman's (Arbold) Boy life and labor:

the manufacture of inefficiency, 421.
Function (Place and) of the denomina-

tional college, 445.

Economy of time in secondary educa-

tion, 20.
Education Board, The General, 300;

(college), An undergraduate's view
of, 48; for the control and enjoy-
ment of wealth, 147; for power and
responsibility, 352; (secondary)
Economy of time in, 20; The Chris-
tian ideal in: Methods of its attain-
ment, 433; (The) of youth for
democracy, 379; (university), The
place of Sanskrit in, 412; (voca-

Gary (Ind.) schools, Report on, 510.
General Education Board, The, 300.
Geography, Mr. Belloc on material-

ism and, 317; The European war

and, 248.
German university, A new, 106; uni-

versity and military ideals, The
paradox of, 266; universities in war

time, 538.
Germanistic (The) Society of America,

108.
Germany, Harvard and, 539; Welfare

of working youth in, 337.

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