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Edgerton's (Allanson H.) “Vocational Guidance and
Edie's (Lionel D.) “Economics, Principles, and
Englehardt, Strayer, and others.—“Problems in
“Failure-Cause and Cure,” 81. Principals' Club of
Work: Case Studies of Directed Teaching," 191. Fenton's (Norman) “Self-Direction and Adjust-
Flemming's (Cecile) Achievement in the High
of Quotations, Proverbs, and Household Words," 254.
Good's (Alvin) “Sociology and Education," 136,
Guitteau (William) and Webster's (Hanson Hart)
ers,” 74: “Supply and Demand in Teacher Train Horn's (John Lcuis) “The American Public School,”
Work. Case Studies of Directed Teaching,” 191. Studies in Arithmetic,”: 138.
Lawson's (Edith Wilhelmina) “Better Health for
Lima (Margaret) and Terman's (Lewis M.) “Chil-
Lomer (Gerard R.) and Cunliffe's (J. W.) “Writing
Newcomb's (Ralph S.) “Modern Methods of Teach-
Noonan's (Margaret E.) “Influence of the Summer
United States,” 190.
and Pedagogy," 134;
America is Governed,” 190.
Books Reviewed (Continued),
Curriculum in Terms of Money, The, 176.
Problems of Teaching High School Mathematics,' Why Follies for School Shows? 1; The Speaker En-
treats the Courtesy of Occupied Front Seats, 2; The
Gambling Schoolmasters, 119; A Path to the Parent's
and Speakers, 123; Getting Newspapers to Tell the
Members, 181; A Cheeryometer Next? 237.
Education, Fallacies on Negro, 278.
Education for Credulity, 214.
Education in New York, Religious, 283.
munity: A Textbook in General Science," 251. Education of the Emotions, 88.
Education the Open Door to Opportunity, 151.
Educational Journalism, Notes on the Sad State of,
Educational Thought, A Review of English, 157.
“The Constitution of the United States,” 189. Emotions, Education of the, 88.
Fear, The Teacher's, 170.
INT, Elsie M.-How To Save the Classics, 229.
_'ORGAN, James B., Jr.-Schools and Scouts, 144.
FREEMAN, BERNADINE.-The Movies in Education,
From George Gale to Arthur Morgan, 53.
Frost, Elliot.-A Communistic Program in Edu-
George Gale to Arthur Morgan, From, 53.
Good, H. G.-Labor Chides the Schools, 197
Gosling, THOMAS W.-High School and Hazards, 200.
Grammar, Mother Goose and Her English, 108.
Griffin, GRACE H. Y.-How Can We Make Him
Morally Efficient, 203.
HEDRICK, ALFRED R.- Teacher, 206.
High School and Hazards, 200.
High School Jogging the College, 100.
Higher Education of the Negro Is at the Crossroads,
How Can We Make Him Morally Efficient? 203.
How to Save the Classics, 229..
Hudelson, Earl.-Class Size in Universities, 231.
I Became a Teacher, 173.
Educational Thought, 157.
Journal of Education and The School World, London.-
A Review of British Current Educational Affairs, 260.
Journalism, Notes on the Sad State of Educational, 168.
Cotes G. Victor.–Negro Education and Low Living Journal of Education, London.-A Review of English
Labor Chides the Schools, 197;
Program in Education, A Communistic, 148.
English Grammar, 108.
Religion in the Schools, 46.
Religious Education in New York, 283.
Remaining To Pray, 56.
Review of British Current Educational Affairs, A, 260.
Review of English Educational Thought, A, 157.
Sad State of Educational Journalism, Notes on the, 168.
Save the Classics, How To, 229.
School World and The Journal of Education, London.-A
Review of British Current Educational Affairs, 260.
Schools and Scouts, 144;
Schools, Labor Chides the, 197.
Schools, Religion in the, 46.
Scouts, Schools and, 144.
SHANKLAND, S. D.-N. E. A. News, 17, 83, 139, 194, 257.
SMITH, WM. B., M. D.-Education of the Emotions, 88.
Snedden, David.- Teaching Morality, 160.
STAUFFER, ELMER C.-Remaining to Pray, $6.
Stowe, A. MONROE.-High School Jogging the College,
STRATTON, CLARENCE.-A Lesson as Taught in Cleve-
Superintendent's Review, N. E. A., 17, 83, 139, 194, 257.
Supervising Home Study, 287.
Teacher, I Became a, 173.
Teacher's Fear, The, 170.
Teachers, Vitality in College Courses for, 33.
Teaching Is Coming On, Art, 174.
Teaching Morality, 160.
TOMKINS, Lucy N.-What Is Work? What Is Play?
What Have They To Do with Me?
Training for Citizenship, The Debate as, 222.
Vitality in College Courses for Teachers, 33.
Voorhees, T. V.-Slang, 44.
VERNER, EMILY J.-Religious Education in New York,
What Colleges Are for, 217.
What Is Work? What Is Play? What Have They To
Do with Me? 280.
When a Mender Is Needed, 21.
Wilde, ARTHUR.-Moral Preparation for College, 98.
WRIGHT, Hubert ARTHUR.-Religion in the Schools,
Illustrations: Presentation of The Holy Grail by Girls of Lindblom
High School, Chicago, Illinois
AN EDITORIAL Review
6. le College
LAYMEN ON THEIR SCHOOLS
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Strayer, Englehardt, and others-Problems in Educational Administration; Newcomb's Modern
Methods of Teaching Arithmetic; Scott's The Menace of Nationalism in Éducation
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION S. D. Shankland
EDUCATION FOR PEACE
B. F. Pittinger
T. V. Voorhees 44 RELIGION IN THE SCHOOLS
Hubert Arthur Wright 46 From George Gale to ARTHUR MORGAN Charles P. Coates REMAINING TO PRAY.
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