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REVIEW

PUBLISHED MONTHLY

Except July and August

VOLUME XXXVIII
JUNE — DECEMBER

1909

RAHWAY, N. J., AND NEW YORK
EDUCATIONAL REVIEW PUBLISHING COMPANY

Paris: F. ALCAN BERLIN: MAYER & MÜLLER
LONDON : THE AMERICAN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT-BOOK AGENCY

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Per aquel

140.6

BOUND FEB 1 0 1910

HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

LIBRARY

L 11 .535 V.38

1.38 1909 1909

EDITOR

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER

COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY EDUCATIONAL REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.

THE QUINN & BODEN CO. PRESS

RAHWAY, N. J.

INDEX

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

type; titles of books reviewed, in italics

ABBOTT, ALDEN H.-The non-urban The call to citizenship, 288; The

high school in Massachusetts and Carnegie Foundation as an educa-
New York, 244, 344

tional factor, 399; A new method

Academic celebrations (Autumn), of admission to college, 160

431

Admission to college, A new method

of, 160; The problems of, 105 Call (The) to citizenship, 288

Advancement (Educational)

Carnegie Foundation as an educa-

the new federalism, 217

tional factor, 399

Affairs (School) at Memphis, 413 Celebrations (Autumn academic),

Age and growth, The educational

significance of Minot's theory of, CHANCELLOR, WILLIAM E.-Where

282

are the leaders? 409

Alaska-Pacific Exposition, Exhibit CHANDLER, FRANK W.-Spingarn's

of the Bureau of Education at, (J. E.) Critical essays of the

100

seventeenth century, 421

American college under fire, 515 Chemistry and character, 427

American, high_school, Genius of, Christmas vision, 485

469; history, Teaching peace thru Church and the college, 273

instruction in, 181; teaching, Con- Citizenship, The call to, 288

tributions to the history of, 179 CLARK, GEORGE ARCHIBALD.—Com-

Are the_halycon days of the Na- mercial branches in the high school

tional Education Association over? curriculum, 31
210

COAR, JOHN FIRMAN.—Remarks, ma-
Art (The) of translation, 359

tured and otherwise, on our present
Autumn academic celebrations, 431 educational system, 52
Ayres (Leonard P.) and Gulick's College, admission, The problems of,
(Luther Halsey) Medical inspec- 105; (The American) under fire,
tion of schools, 93

515; and the church, 273; de-

partments of education, Tendencies
Baldwin's (Charles Sears) Writing in, 186; education, The place of
and speaking, 424

social sciences in, 57 ; library, 139;
Bascom, John.–The college library, The mission of music in, 132; A
139

new method of admission to, 160;
Basis (Physiological) of success, 316 requirements in Latin and the
Bible (English), The study of, 104 school curriculum, 109
BIGELOW, M. A.-Schmucker's (Sam- College Entrance Examination

uel Christian) The study of Board's new definition of the re-
nature, 530

quirement in physics, Interpreta-
Board of education (large), The tion of, 150

working of, 43; (State) in Massa- Commercial branches in the high
chusetts, 211

school curriculum, 31
Boy (The) who goes to work, 325 Commissioner of Education's
BRANNON, MELVIN A.-Higher edu- port, Facts from, 415
cation and the farm, 451

Concerning the evils for credit for
Bureau of Education, at the Alaska- quality, 90

Pacific Exposition, Exhibit of, 100; Consultative committee (English) on
Reorganization in, 214

education, Report of, 393

BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY.-The Contributions the history of

American college under fire, 515; American teaching, 179, 493

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