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THE EDUCATIONAL REVIEW
BEST ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EDUCATION
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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Academic, Concerning some matters, BROWN, ROBERT M.—The European
war and geography, 248.
schools of New York City, 469. Building (vocabulary), Systematic, 313.
cerning some matters academic,
431; The Germanistic Society of, ment of State of the United States,
212; Roger Bacon, 94.
of the course of study in, 1; uni- CARPENTER, WILLIAM H.-The Gen-
Case system (The) of teaching hygiene
and preventive medicine in the
upper grades, 503.
Certain modern educational methods,
tion of school products, 312.
the work of a modern high school, Christian (The) ideal in education:
Methods of its attainment, 433.
the study of, 37.
College (denominational), Place and
function of, 445; education, An un-
dergraduate's view of, 48.
College-preparatory course, Languages
and the, 168.
Standardizing the, 56; students,
control and enjoyment of wealth, Colleges, Sound sense about, 428.
Concerning some matters academic, 391.
Consolidation of rural schools, 320.
vocational education, 322.
Education for the, 147.
ing youth in Germany, 337.
lish and the study of the classics, 37.
the junior college, 56.
guages and the, 168; of study in
of the, 1.
function of the denominational col-
tional), A contribution to the litera-
ture of, 322.
board as a factor in, 258; methods
board as a factor in, 258.
A rejoinder, 409.
history in, 136.
study of the classics, 37.
Education for, 147.
Definition (A) of Kultur, 323.
function of, 445.
in the adolescent, 68; (The) of
straint of our public schools, 84.
moving picture and the school, 204.
Factor in educational efficiency, The
school board as a, 258.
and the college-preparatory course,
ment of the course of study in
American schools, 1.
the manufacture of inefficiency, 421.
tional college, 445.
Economy of time in secondary educa-
(college), An undergraduate's view
Gary (Ind.) schools, Report on, 510.
ism and, 317; The European war
versity and military ideals, The
of working youth in, 337.