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Factor (educational), The Carnegie

Foundation as, 399
Facts from the Commissioner of

Education's report, 415
FALKNER, ROLAND P.-Retardation:

its significance and its require-

ments, 122
Farm (The) and higher education,

451
Federalism (new) and educational

advancement, 217
Fire, The American college under,

515
First school in New Netherland,

Date of, 380
Football: a sport for gentlemen and

a moral agent, 525
Foreign languages in the high school,

88

Genius of the American high school

(II), 469
Good medical student, Requirements

for, 429
GORDY, WILBUR F.-Scott's (Colin

Alexander) Social education, 196;
Teaching peace thru instruction in

American history, 181
Gove, AARON.-Contributions to the

history of American teaching, 493
Growth and age, The educational

significance of Minot's theory of,

282
Gulick (Luther Halsey) and Ayres's

(Leonard P.) Medical inspection
of schools, 93

HAAS, John A. W.-The church and

the college, 273
Halycon days of the National Edu-

cation Association over, Are? 210
Harris, William T., 534
Harvard, Searching of the spirit at,

323
HENKELS,

THEODORE.-Gulick
(Luther Halsey) and Ayres's
(Leonard P.) Medical inspection

of schools, 93
Higher education and the farm, 451
High school (American), Genius

of, 469; curriculum, Commercial
branches in, 31; Foreign languages
in, 88; (Non-urban) in Massa-

chusetts and New York, 244, 344
History (American), Teaching peace

thru instruction in, 181; of Ameri-
can teaching, Contributions to, 179,

493
Home library (good), A nucleus for,

107

CRAMPTON, C. WARD.—Education by

play, 488
Credit for quality, Concerning the

evils of, 90
Current educational publications, 84,

173, 299, 406, 522
Curriculum (high school), Commer-

cial branches in, 31; (school), and
college requirements in Latin, 109

Date of the first school in New

Netherland, 380
De Barry's (Richard) Land of

promise, 201
Definition (College Entrance Exami-

nation Board's) of the require-
ment in physics, Interpretation of,

150
DEFOREST, FREDERICK M.-College re-

quirements in Latin and the school

curriculum, 109
Denver, National Education Asso-

ciation at, 104, 206
Departments (college) of education,

Tendencies in, 186
Discussions, 88, 177, 302, 409, 525
Dividing line between secondary and

elementary schools, 461
DOOLEY, WILLIAM H.-Practical edu-

cation for industrial workers, 261

Educational, advancement and the

new federalism, 217; factor, The
Carnegie Foundation as, 399; Cur-
rent publications, 84, 173, 299, 406,
522; significance of Minot's theory
of age and growth, 282; Present
educational system, Remarks on

our, 52
Education by play, 488; Tenden-

cies in college departments of,
186; (college), The place of social
sciences in, 57; (Higher) and the
farm, 451; The working of a large
board of, 43; (Practical) for in-
dustrial workers, 261; The race

factor in, 191
Elective system (The) and the

Scottish universities, 226
Elementary and secondary schools,

Dividing line between, 461
ELLIOTT, EDWARD C.-Educational

advancement and the new federal-
English Bible. The study of, 104
English consultative committee on

education, Report of, 393
Evils of credit for quality, Concern-

ing, 90
Exhibit of the Bureau of Education at

the Alaska-Pacific Exposition, 100

ism, 217

on

MCCAUGHEY, VAUGHAN.—The race

factor in education, 191
McW HOOD, LEONARD B.-The mis-

sion of music in college, 132
Meddlesome legislation, 535
Medical student (good), Require-

ments for, 429
Meeting (Denver) of the National

Education Association, 206
Memphis, School affairs at, 413
Method (New) of admission to col-

lege, 160
Mill's (John Stuart) Autobiography,
Minot's theory of age and growth,

200

Industrial, life and the school, 433 ;

workers, Practical education for,

261
Inefficiency of modern schools, 302
Instruction in American history,

Teaching peace thru, 181
International Commission

the
teaching of mathematics, 507
Interpretation_(The) of the College

Educational significance of, 282
MOORE, MARGARET BROWN.-The in-

efficiency of modern schools, 302
Music in college, The mission of,

132
Myers's (Charles S.) Textbook of

experimental psychology, 198

some

Entrance Examination Board's
new definition of the requirement

in physics, 150
Jenks's (Jeremiah W.) Principles of

politics, 96
JOHNSTON, CHARLES Hughes.—Ten-

dencies in college departments of

education, 186
JOHNSTON, EMMA L.-A Christmas

vision, 485
JONES, ELMER E.-Stone's (Cliff

Winfield) Arithmetical abilities
and

factors determining
them, 194
Joyce's (George Hayward) Princi-

ples of logic, 308
KILPATRICK, W. H.—Date of the first

school in New Netherland, 380;
Joyce's (George Hayward) Prin-

ciples of logic, 308
Languages (Foreign) in the high

school, 88
Large board of education, The work-

ing of, 43
Latin, College requirements in, and

the school curriculum, 109; Pro-

nunciation of, 177
Leaders, Where are? 409
LEE, JOSEPH.—The boy who goes to

work, 325
Legislation, Meddlesome, 535
Library, (A good home), A nucleus

for, 107; The college, 139
Life (industrial) and the school, 433
Mann, CHARLES R.—The interpreta-

tion of the College Entrance Ex-
amination Board's new definition

of the requirement in physics, 150
MANNY, FRANK A.-Dividing line

between secondary and elementary

schools, 461
Massachusetts, and New York, The

non-urban high school in, 244, 344;

State Board of Education, 211
Mathematics, The International

Commission on the teaching of,

507
MCANDREW, WILLIAM.-When the

schoolman fails, 18

National Education Association,

Are its halycon days over? 210;
The Denver meeting of, 104, 206;

in 1910, 323
NEARING, SCOTT.—The working of a

large board of education, 43
New method of admission to college,

160
New Netherland, Date of the first

school in, 380
Non-urban high school in Massachu-

setts and New York, 244, 344
Notes and news, 100, 206, 316, 427,

534
Notes on new books, 97, 201, 314,

425, 532
Nucleus (A) for a good home li-

brary, 107

Peace thru instruction in American

history, Teaching, 181
Perrier's (Joseph L.) The revival of

scholastic philosophy in the nine-

teenth century, 96
Physics, Interpretation of the Col-

lege Entrance Examination Board's
new definition of the requirement

in, 150
Physiological basis of success, 316
Place of the social sciences in col-

lege education, 57
Play, Education by, 488
Practical education for industrial

workers, 261
Present educational system, Remarks

on, 52
Professorial recantation (A), I

Problems of college admission, 105
Pronunciation of Latin, 177
Publications, Current educational,

84, 173, 299, 406, 522

Quality, credit for, Concerning the

evils of, 90

Race factor in education, 191
RAMALEY, FRANCIS.—The educa-

tional significance of Minot's

theory of age and growth, 282
Recantation Professorial), I
Remarks on our present educational

system, 52
Reorganization in the Bureau of

Education, 214
Report, (Commissioner of Educa-

tion's) Facts from, 415; of the
English consultative committee on

education, 393
Requirement in physics, The inter-

pretation of the College Entrance
Examination Board's new defini-

tion of, 150
Requirements (College) in Latin and

the school curriculum, 109; for a

good medical student, 429
Retardation: its significance and its

requirements, 122
Reviews, 93, 194, 308, 421, 530
RUSSELL, JAMES E.-The school and

industrial life, 433

Sciences (social) in college educa-

tion, The place of, 57
Scottish universities and the elective

system, 226
Scott's (Colin Alexander) Social

education, 196
Searchings of the spirit at Harvard,

323
Secondary and elementary schools,

Dividing line between, 461
SHOWERMAN, GRANt.-A profes-

sorial recantation, i
Significance, and requirements of re-

tardation, 122; (Educational) of
Minot's theory of age and growth,

282
Sisson, EDWARD 0.-Genius of the

American high school, II, 469
SMITH, DAVID EUGENE.—The Inter-

national Commission on the Teach-

ing of Mathematics, 507
Social sciences, in college education,

The place of, 57
Spingarn's (J. E.) Critical essays of

the seventeenth century, 421
Spirit at Harvard, Searchings of,

323
Sport for gentlemen and a moral

agent: Football, 525
SQUIRES, VERNON P.-Concerning

the evils of credit for quality, 90
State Board of Education in Massa-

chusetts, 211
Stone's (Cliff Winfield) Arithmetical

abilities and some factors deter-

mining them, 194.
STORR, FRANCIS.—The art of trans-

lation, 359
Student (good medical), Require-

ments for, 429
Study of the English Bible, 104
Success, Physiological basis of, 316
System, (Elective) and the Scottish
universities, 226; (present educa-

tional), Remarks on, 52
Teaching, Contributions to the his-

tory of American, 179, 493; of
mathematics, The International
Commission on, 507; peace thru
instruction in American history,

181
Tendencies in college departments of

education, 186
Theory_(Minot's) of growth and

age, The educational significance

of, 282
TOMBO, JR., RUDOLF.--Facts from the

Commissioner of Education's re-

port, 415
Translation, The art of, 359

Sachs, JULIUS.-Schmidkunz's (von,

Hans) Einleitung in die akade-

mische Pädagogik, 310
SANDIFORD, PETER.- Report of the

English consultative committee on

education, 393
Schmidkunz's (von, Hans) Einlei-

tung in die akademische Päda-

gogik, 310
Schmucker's (Samuel Christian)

The study of nature, 530
School, affairs at Memphis, 413;

(American high), Genius of, 469;
and industrial life, 433; curricu-
lum, and college requirements in
Latin, 109; (first), in New Nether-
land, Date of, 380; (high) cur-
riculum, Commercial branches in,
31; (high), Foreign languages in,
88; (Non-urban high) in Massa-

chusetts and New York, 244, 344
Schoolman (the) fails, When, 18
Schools, (Modern), The inefficiency
of, 302;

(secondary and ele-
mentary), Dividing line between,
461

1

TWOMBLY, J. F.-Foreign languages

in the high school, 88

Universities (Scottish) and the elect-

ive system, 226

Vision (Christmas), 485

WENLEY, R. M.—The elective sys-

When the schoolman fails, 18
Where are the leaders ? 409
WOLFE, A. B.—The place of social

sciences in college education, 57
WOODWORTH,

R. S.-Myers's
(Charles S.) Textbook of experi-
mental psychology, 198
Workers (industrial), Practical edu-

cation for, 261
Working of a large board of edu-

cation, 43
Work, The boy who goes to, 325

tem and the Scottish universities,
226

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