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Illustrations: Boy Scouts: Wholesome Fun, Useful Work, and Good

Citizenship
REVIEWING SOME MATTERS OF THE MOMENT

119
A Review OF THE VIEWS OF LAYMEN

123
BooktaLKERS' REVIEW

126
Buckingham's Supply and Demand in Teacher Training; Bobbitt's Curriculum Investigations;
Edie's Economics, Principles and Problems; Brown and Woody's Civic Tests; Fleming's Achieve-
ment in the High School; Mort's State Support for Public Schools; Emmons's City School Attendance
Service; Prior's Graded Units in Student Teaching; Bartlett's State Control of Institutions of Higher
Education; Wagenhorst's Administration of High School Interscholastic Athletics; Curoe's Édu-
cational Attitude of Organized Labor; Cross's Fundamentals in English; Patri's The Problems of
Childhood; Cherry's Education Based on Democracy; Broome and Adams's Conduct and Citizen.
ship; Taylor's Supervision and Teaching of Handwriting; Reeve's A Diagnostic Study of the
Problems of Teaching High School Mathematics; O'Brien's Reading, Its Psychology and Pedagogy;
Ayer's Some Difficulties in Elementary School History; Noonan's Influences of the Summer
Vacation on the Abilities of Fifth- and Sixth-Grade Children; Grossman's The Philosophy of
Helvetius; Good's Sociology and Education; Meyer's A Handbook of Extra Curricular Activities

in the High School; Buswell's Diagnostic Studies in Arithmetic
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICIAL Review.

NationAL EDUCATION Associa-
TION

S. D. Shankland

139 SCHOOLS AND SCOUTS

James B. Forgan, Jr.

144
A COMMUNISTIC PROGRAM IN EDUCA-
TION

Elliot Frost
EDUCATION THE OPEN DOOR TO OP-
PORTUNITY

Frank David Boynton

151
A Review of EDUCATIONAL Emphasis Five Educational Investigators 155
A Review of ENGLISH EDUCATIONAL
THOUGHT

Journal of Education, London 157
TEACHING MORALITY

David Snedden

160 FERRY-BOAT EDUCATION

J. Homer Caskey

163
--MORALS AND CHEMISTRY

Kimber M. Persing
NOTES ON THE SAD State of EDUCA-
TIONAL JOURNALISM

Cyrus Ballard

168 The Teacher's FEAR

David H. Pierce

170 I BECAME A TEACHER

Mary A. Welch

173 ART TEACHING IS COMING ON Mabel Arbuckle

174
THE CURRICULUM IN

IN TERMS OF
MONEY

Arthur C. Perry, Jr.

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The most complete work on the subject, covering the widest range

in theory, suggestion and practice

A Handbook of
Extra-Curricular Activities

in the High School

By Harold D. MEYER
416 pages, illus., 8vo., cloth, foreword by F. K. Fretwell.

Price $4.00
Special club offer to readers of Educational Review, 10 copies @ $3.00 each
In this volume, Professor Meyer actually

Summary of Contents
shows the way to the teacher-leader, both

1. Character building and citizenship training.

2. Club life and organization, dramatics, etc.
in working in the school and in co-oper 3. Student participation in school administration.
ating with those agencies that supplement 4. Physical education, contests, athletics.
the activities of the school. This is an 5. Publicity and publications; types and values.
intensely practical work, which will be a

6. Commencement; organizing, programs, materials.

7. Miscellaneous; Point System, Societies, etc.
very real help in guiding school practice 8. Agencies supplementing activities, bibliography
and in developing good citizens.

and publishers

Topical Index.
Send for illustrated catalogue of books, on Athletics, Games, Dances, Pageants, el.
A. S. BARNES & COMPANY, Publishers, 7 West 45th St., New York

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PRESIDENT COOLIDGE, addressing the Boy Scouts, said: “The lessons

you are learning are necessary in carrying on the work of the world”

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EALTH, Help, Heartiness, Coöperation, and a good turn

every day, are the aims of Scouting. Frank Cody of the Detroit schools says Schools and Scouts are twin brothers

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TO SATISFY the boy's, healthy love of fun and activity in his

out-of-school hours," says John Beveridge, Superintendent of Omaha Schools, "the Boy Scouts reduce vice and crime, build character, and deserve the active coöperation of every teacher”

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