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The names of contributors are printed in Capitals; subjects are printed in ordinary type; and titles of books
reviewed (all listed under “Books REVIEWED") are given within quotation marks. Those whose portraits appear
are grouped under the word ? Portraits, and since the portraits do not carry page numbers, their position is in-
dicated by giving the months in which they appear.

Edgerton's (Allanson H.) “Vocational Guidance and
ARBUCKLE, Maber - Art Teaching I's Coming On, 174. Counseling,”. 250.
Art Teaching Is Coming On, 174.

Edie's (Lionel D.) “Economics, Principles, and

Problems,” 129.
BALLARD, CYRUS.-Notes on the Sad State of Edu Emmons's (Fred) “City School Attendance Service,"
cational Journalism, 168.


Englehardt, Strayer, and others.—“Problems in
Adams and Broome’s “Conduct and Citizenship,” Educational Administration,” 9.

“Failure-Cause and Cure,” 81. Principals' Club of
Anderson, Barr, and Bush's “Visiting the Teacher at Chicago.

Work: Case Studies of Directed Teaching," 191. Fenton's (Norman) “Self-Direction and Adjust-
Ayer's (Adelaide M.) “Some Difficulties in Element ment," 254.
ary School History,” 135.

Flemming's (Cecile) Achievement in the High
Barr, Bush,
and Anderson's “Visiting the Teacher at

School,” 130.
Work: Case Studies of Directed Teaching,” 191. Ford's (Henry) “Today and Tomorrow," 77:
Bartlett's (Lester) “State Control of Institutions of Garrett's (Henry E.) “Statistics in Psychology and
Higher Education," 130.

Education," 253
Benham's (W. Gurney) “Putnam's Complete Book Gist’s (Arthur S.) ""Elementary School Supervision,”

of Quotations, Proverbs, and Household Words," 254.

Good's (Alvin) “Sociology and Education," 136,
Bobbitt's (Franklin) “Curriculum Investigations,” Graves's (Frank Pierrepont) “Addresses and Papers,'

Broome and Adams's “Conduct and Citizenship,” Grossman's (Mordecai) "The Philosophy of Hel-

vetius," 135.
Brown (Arnold) and Woody's (Clifford) "Civic Guerber's (H. S.) “Story of Our Civilization,” 187.
Tests,” 130.

Guitteau (William) and Webster's (Hanson Hart)
Buckingham's (Burdette Ross) “Research for Teach “The Constitution of the United States," 189.

ers,” 74: “Supply and Demand in Teacher Train Horn's (John Lcuis) “The American Public School,”
ing," 126.

Bush, Barr, and Anderson's “Visiting the Teacher at John (Lenore) and Buswell's (G. T.) "Diagnostic

Work. Case Studies of Directed Teaching,” 191. Studies in Arithmetic,”: 138.
Buswell (G. T.) and John's (Lenore) "Diagnostic Lapp's (John A.) “Practical Social Science,” 250.
Studies in Arithmetic,” 138.

Lawson's (Edith Wilhelmina) “Better Health for
· Cherry's (H. H.) “Education Based on Democracy," Little Americans,” 251.

Lima (Margaret) and Terman's (Lewis M.) “Chil-
Clement's (John Addison) “Principles and Practices dren's Reading,” 249;
of Secondary Education,” 254.

Lomer (Gerard R.) and Cunliffe's (J. W.) “Writing
Corning's (Hobard M.) “AfterTesting, What?,” 192. of Today,” 188.
Courtis's (Stuart Appleton) “Why Children Suc McCabe's (Joseph) "A Century of Stupendous

Progress, 252.
Craig's (Alice Evelyn) "The Speech Arts," 248. Meyer's (Harold E.) “A Handbook of Extra-curri-
Cross's, (E. A.) “Fundamentals in English,”. 132. cular Activities in the High School,”. 138.
Cunliffé (J. W.) and Lomer's (Gerard R.) “Writing Mort's (Paul) “State Support for Public Schools,”
of Today," 188.

Curoe's (Phillip) “Educational Attitude of Organ Neumann's (Henry) “Drums of Morning,” 75:
ized Labor," 130.

Newcomb's (Ralph S.) “Modern Methods of Teach-
Davidson's (Thomas) "Education as World Build ing Arithmetic," 11.
ing,” 190.

Noonan's (Margaret E.) “Influence of the Summer
Davis's (Sheldon) “Self Improvement: A Study of Vacation on the Abilities of Fifth and Sixth Grade
Criticism for Teachers," 191...

Children," 135.
Dearborn's (Ned Harland) “An Introduction to Norton's (Thomas James) “The Constitution of the
Teaching," 81.

United States,” 190.
Douglass's (Harl R.) “Modern Methods in High O'Brien's (John Anthony) “Reading, Its Psychology
School Teaching," 186.

and Pedagogy," 134;
Eaton's (Theodore) “Education and Vocations: Parson's (Geoffrey) “The Land of Fair Play: How
Principles and Problems,” 256.

America is Governed,” 190.

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Books Reviewed (Continued),

Curriculum in Terms of Money, The, 176.
Patri's (Angelo) The Problems of Childhood," 132.
Pryor's (Hugh) “Graded Units in Student Teaching," Debate as Training for Citizenship, The, 222.

Reeve's (William David) “A Diagnostic Study of the Editorials, 1, 59, 119, 179, 237.

Problems of Teaching High School Mathematics,' Why Follies for School Shows? 1; The Speaker En-

treats the Courtesy of Occupied Front Seats, 2; The
Richards' (Charles R.) “The Industrial Museum," Great Convention, 59; Manuscripts Returned, 119;

Gambling Schoolmasters, 119; A Path to the Parent's
Sample's (Ann Eliza) “My Cut-a-Picture Book,” 253. Purse, 120; Hallowe'en as a Test of the Public Schools,
Scott's (Jonathan French) “The Menace of National 120; Our Arrival at Respectability, 122; To Chairman
ism in Education,” 13.

and Speakers, 123; Getting Newspapers to Tell the
Smith's (William Palmer) “Oral English for Secon Truth, 179; A Thanksgiving Gift for School-Board
dary Schools,” 248.

Members, 181; A Cheeryometer Next? 237.
Strayer, Englehardt, and others.—“Problems in Education, A Communistic Program in, 148.
Educational Administration,”.9.

Education, Fallacies on Negro, 278.
Vaylor's (Joseph F.) “Supervision and Teaching of Education, Ferry-Boat, 163.
Handwriting,” 134.

Education for Credulity, 214.
Terman (Lewis M.) and Lima's (Margaret) “Chil Education for Peace, 37.
dren's Reading,” 249,

Education in New York, Religious, 283.
Trafton's (Gilbert H.) “Science of Home and Com Education, Negro, and Low Living Standards, 102.

munity: A Textbook in General Science," 251. Education of the Emotions, 88.
Tufts’ (James H.) “Our Democracy.-Its Origin Education of the Negro is at the Crossroads, The
and Its Tasks,” 190.

Higher, 272
Wagenhorst's (Lewis) “Administration of High Education, The Movies in, 115.
School Interscholastic Athletics,” 150.

Education the Open Door to Opportunity, 151.
Walker's (Arthur Tappan) “Caesar's Gallic War," Educational Emphasis, A Review of, 155.

Educational Journalism, Notes on the Sad State of,
Walsh's (Matthew J.) “Teaching as a Profession:

Its Ethical Standards," 247

Educational Thought, A Review of English, 157.
Webster (Hanson Hart) and Guitteau's (William) Efficient, How Can We Make Him Morally, 203.

“The Constitution of the United States,” 189. Emotions, Education of the, 88.
Williamson's (Thames Ross) “Readings in American Encouraging Intelligent Leadership, 269.

Democracy,” 190.
Woody (Clifford) and Brown's (Arnold) “Civic Fallacies on Negro Education, 278.
Tests,” 130.

Fear, The Teacher's, 170.
Zenner's (Philip) “Sex Education, Lessons in Sexual rry-Boat Education, 163.
Physiology and Hygiene,” 193.

INT, Elsie M.-How To Save the Classics, 229.
'OLEY, DANIEL.--Supervising Home Study, 287.

_'ORGAN, James B., Jr.-Schools and Scouts, 144.
Boynton, Frank David.-Education the Open Door
to Opportunity, 151.

FREEMAN, BERNADINE.-The Movies in Education,
BRACKETT, Parmelia.-Prizes or Not?, 292.

BRIGANCE, William Norwood.-The Debate as Train-

From George Gale to Arthur Morgan, 53.
ing for Citizenship, 222.

Frost, Elliot.-A Communistic Program in Edu-

cation, 148.
Caskey, J. Homer.-Ferry-Boat Education, 163.
Chemistry, Morals and, 164.

George Gale to Arthur Morgan, From, 53.
Chen, H. S.-Fallacies on Negro Education, 278.

Good, H. G.-Labor Chides the Schools, 197
Children, Lo, the Poor, 30.

Gosling, THOMAS W.-High School and Hazards, 200.
Citizenship, The Debate as Training for, 222.

Grammar, Mother Goose and Her English, 108.
Class Size in Universities, 231.

Griffin, GRACE H. Y.-How Can We Make Him
Classics, How to Save the, 229.

Morally Efficient, 203.
Cleveland, A Lesson as Taught in, 226.
Coates, Charles P.-From George Gale to Arthur

HEDRICK, ALFRED R.- Teacher, 206.

High School and Hazards, 200.
COGGESHALL, ANNIE N.-A Letter to the editor making

High School Jogging the College, 100.
a plea for manual training, 66.

Higher Education of the Negro Is at the Crossroads,
Colleges Are For, What, 217.

The, 272.
College Courses for Teachers, Vitality in, 33.

How Can We Make Him Morally Efficient? 203.
College, High School Jegging the, 100.

How to Save the Classics, 229..
College, Moral Preparation for, 98.

Hudelson, Earl.-Class Size in Universities, 231.
Collins, Joseph V.-Education for Credulity, 214.
Communistic Program in Education, A, 148.

I Became a Teacher, 173.
Convention is Only Half Done, When the, 234.

Educational Thought, 157.
Credulity, Education for, 214.

Journal of Education and The School World, London.-
Curriculum Constructors, Many Matters Confronting,

A Review of British Current Educational Affairs, 260.

Journalism, Notes on the Sad State of Educational, 168.

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Labor Chides the Schools, 197;

Program in Education, A Communistic, 148.
Larson, Ruth H.-Putting the Playground on a Par, Putting the Playground on a Par, 93.

Laymen, What (They) Are Saying About Schools, Rankin, Jean Sherwood.-Mother Goose and Her
4, 67, 123, 182, 241.

English Grammar, 108.
Leadership, Encouraging Intelligent, 269.

Religion in the Schools, 46.
Lecturing the Lecturer, 294.

Religious Education in New York, 283.
Lesson as Taught in Cleveland, A, 226.

Remaining To Pray, 56.
Lewis, Grace T.-Encouraging Intelligent Leadership Review of Books, 9, 74, 126, 185, 246. (Se Books

Lo, the Poor Children, 30.

Review of British Current Educational Affairs, A, 260.
Low Living Standards, Negro Education and, 102. Review of Educational Emphasis, A, 155.

Review of English Educational Thought, A, 157.
Many Matters Confronting Curriculum Constructors,

Sad State of Educational Journalism, Notes on the, 168.

Save the Classics, How To, 229.
McFARLANE, ANGUS.—When a Mender is Needed, 21.
Mender Is Needed, When a, 21.

School World and The Journal of Education, London.-A
Miller, Carl J.-When the Convention Is Only Half

Review of British Current Educational Affairs, 260.
Done, 234.

Schools and Scouts, 144;
Miller, Kelly.—The Higher Education of the Negro

Schools, Labor Chides the, 197.
Is at the Crossroads, 272.

Schools, Religion in the, 46.
Money, The Curriculum in Terms of, 176.

Scouts, Schools and, 144.
Moore, Clyde B.—Many Matters Confronting Curri-

SHANKLAND, S. D.-N. E. A. News, 17, 83, 139, 194, 257.
culum Constructors, 208.
Morality, Teaching, 160.

SMITH, WM. B., M. D.-Education of the Emotions, 88.
Morally Efficient, How Can We Make Him, 203.

Snedden, David.- Teaching Morality, 160.
Moral Preparation for College, 98.

STAUFFER, ELMER C.-Remaining to Pray, $6.
Morals and Chemistry, 164.

Stowe, A. MONROE.-High School Jogging the College,
Morgan, Arthur, From George Gale to, 53.
Mother Goose and Her English Grammar, 108.

STRATTON, CLARENCE.-A Lesson as Taught in Cleve-
Movies in Education, The, 115.,

land, 226.
Mursell, James L.-Vitality in College Courses for

Superintendent's Review, N. E. A., 17, 83, 139, 194, 257.
Teachers, 33.

Supervising Home Study, 287.

Teacher, 206.
N. E. A. News, 17, 83, 139,, 94. 257.
Negro Education and Low Living Standards, 102.

Teacher, I Became a, 173.

Teacher's Fear, The, 170.
Negro Education, Fallacics on, 278.

Teachers, Vitality in College Courses for, 33.
Negro Is at the Crossroads, The Higher Education of

Teaching Is Coming On, Art, 174.
the, 272.

Teaching Morality, 160.
NEWMAN, A. Evelyn. Peace on Earth, Good Will to

TOMKINS, Lucy N.-What Is Work? What Is Play?
Men, 263.

What Have They To Do with Me?
Notes on the Sad State of Educational Journalism, 168.

Training for Citizenship, The Debate as, 222.
Open Door to Opportunity, Education the, 151. Universities, Class Size in, 231.
Peace, Education for, 37.

Vitality in College Courses for Teachers, 33.
Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men, 263.

Voorhees, T. V.-Slang, 44.
PEATTIE, RODERICK.-Lo, the Poor Children, 30.
Perkins, Henry A.-What Colleges Are For, 217. Welch, Mary A.-I Became a Teacher, 173.
PERRY, ARTHUR C. Jr.—The Curriculum in Terms of WellOver, Martin.-Lecturing the Lecturer, 294.
Money, 176.

VERNER, EMILY J.-Religious Education in New York,
PERSING, KIMBER M.—Morals and Chemistry, 164. 283.
Pierce, David.—The Teacher's Fear, 170.

What Colleges Are for, 217.
PITTINGER, B. F.-Education for Peace, 37.

What Is Work? What Is Play? What Have They To
Playground on a Par, Putting the, 93.

Do with Me? 280.
Pcor Children, Lo, the, 30.

When a Mender Is Needed, 21.
Portraits: Francis Blair, (September); William Dever, When the Convention Is Only Half Done, 234:

Wilde, ARTHUR.-Moral Preparation for College, 98.
Preparation for College, Moral, 98.

WRIGHT, Hubert ARTHUR.-Religion in the Schools,
Prizes or Not?, 292.


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