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Miller, Sarah Pleis. “Have Women's Salaries Been Increased by Higher Uni

versity Training ?” Journal of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, VIII (April, 1915), 73–79.

From information received from the Civil Service Bureau, teachers' agencies, city superintendents of schools, and university authorities, the author shows that college degrees do increase women's salaries. Monroe, Edwin S. "Salaries and Pensions," Oklahoma Journal of Education,

VI (December 30, 1916), 2-4; (January 6, 1917), 4-6. Monahan, A. C., and Dye, C. H. A Comparison of the Salaries of Rural and

Urban Superintendents of Schools. U.S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin

No. 33,1917. Washington: Government Printing Office. 68 pages. National Education Association Committee on Salaries, Tenure, and Pensions

of Teachers. Report of the Committee on Teachers' Salaries and Cost of Living.

Ann Arbor, Mich.: The Association, 1913. 328 pages. Purcell, Helen E. “Poor Salaries for Teachers as They Affect the Child,” Ameri

can School Board Journal, LVI (February, 1918), 23, 83. Putnam, Mary B. "The Laborer and His Hire," American Schoolmaster, X

(December 15, 1917), 433-45. “Resolved, That Men and Women Teachers Should Receive Equal Pay for the

Same Grade of Work,Oklahoma Journal of Education, V (February 26, 1916), 3-7.

Contains: (1) Elizabeth Hodgson: "Men and Women Teachers Should Not Receive Equal Salaries”; (2) Laura M. Kingsbury: "Men and Women Teachers Should Receive Equal Salaries. A Reply.” Robinson, Winifred J. “Have Women's Salaries Been Increased by Special

Courses in Education ?". Journal of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae,

VIII (April, 1915), 79-82. “Salaries of Manual-Training Teachers," Industrial-Arts Magazine, VI (January,

1917), 36.

Salary schedules of manual-training teachers in 21 cities in 1916. Severance, Lena L. “The Case of the New York State Normal School,” Journal

of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, VIII (April, 1916), 82–88.

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See also “Salary Schedule for Louisiana,” p. 71, and "Teachers' Salaries in Massachusetts,” pp. 70–71. United States Bureau of Education. A Comparative Study of the Salaries of

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ment Printing Office. 126 pages. Winsor, Frederick. "The Underpaid' Pedagogues,” Atlantic Monthly, CXVII

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For earlier references see the bibliography at end of The Tangible Rewards of Teaching, by Boykin and King. U.S. Bureau of Education. Bulletin No. 16, 1914.

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GENERAL INDEX

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(Names of authors are set in SMALL CAPITALS)
ABBOTT, GRACE—Enforcement of the Americanization, The Kindergarten as a
United States Child Labor Law, 657

Factor in (CAROLINE HEDGER), 167
Absence from Rural Schools, Causes of Americanization thru School Gardens (Van
(EDWARD N. CLOPPER), 668

EVERIE KILPATRICK), 174
Academic and Professional Subjects, The Americanization, Spoken English as

Distinction between (W. C. BAGLEY), Factor in (EARL BARNES), 171
229

Americanization as a War-Time Duty of
Act of Incorporation, i

the Schools (J. GEORGE BECHT), 363
ADDAMS, JANE—The World's Food Supply Andres, Elisha Benjamin (Necrology), 687
and Woman's Obligation, 108

Appreciation, A Better, of Cultural Values
Address (CHARLES S. WHITMAN), 485 (NATHAN Ć. SCHAEFFER), 163
Addresses of Welcome (EDWARD VOSE Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Report

BABCOCK), 29; (SAMUEL HAMILTON), 30; of the, for the Year 1917-18 (GERTRUDE
(CALVIN N. KENDALL), 481

S. MARTIN), 422
Addresses of Welcome, Response to Athletics, Citizenship and-A Concrete
(JOSEPHINE CORLISS PRESTON), 32

Example (GLEN F. THISTLETHWAITE),
Administration of City Schools, Recent 183

Growth in the (W. S. DEFFENBAUGH), BABCOCK, EDWARD VOSE.-Address of
361

Welcome, 29
Administrative Legislation, Report of BAER, CLARA G.–Women and the War,
Commission on, 535

355
Adolescent, Education of the, in England BAGLEY, W. C.- The Distinction between
(FRANK Roscoe), 188

Academic and Professional Subjects, 229;
Agricultural Education under the Smith- Education and Our Democracy, 55;
Hughes Act (CHARLES A. GREATHOUSE), The Status of the Classroom Teacher,
269

383
Agricultural Efficiency, Effect of Rural BALLOU, FRANK W.-Efficient Finance for
Continuation School on (RUFUS W. the City School System, 613
STIMSON), 291

BARNES, EARL—Children's Sense of Time,
Agriculture, The New Education in, Based 335; Spoken English as a Factor in

on Sound Pedagogy (WILLIAM R. HART), Americanization, 171
287

BARNUM, MRS. O. SHEPARD—Guarding the
ALEY, ROBERT J.—The High-School Stu- Schools in War Time, 430
dent and the Book, 454

BAYLOR, ADELAIDE STEELE—The American
ALLERDICE, Mrs. TAYLOR-Mothers of Homemaker and Reconstruction, 253
Democracy, 178

BECHT, J. GEORGE-Americanization as a
American Children, Competent Teachers War-Time Duty of the Schools, 363
for (L. D. COFFMAN), 62

BELISLE, HECTOR L.-Discussion: Part-
American Education, Democratic Factors Time V: The Special Teacher as the
in (A. DUNCAN YOCUM), 141

Economic Solution of the Speech-
American Education, Opportunity and Disorder Problem in Public Schools, 674

Leadership in: A. The Place of the BENNION, MILTON—Leadership in Educa-
State Supported and Managed Institu- tion: C. Direct Instruction in Citizen-
tion (BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER), 508; ship in the High School, 632
B. The Place of the Educational Institu- BEVERIDGE, J. H.-Discussion: Leader-
tion for Women (KATHRYN SISSON ship in Education: A. Leadership as
MCLEAN), 511; C. The Place of the Found Today in Instruction in Inter-
Educational Foundation (CLYDE FURST), preting the Curriculum; II. In Prin-
515; D. The View of the Entire Situa- cipals and Supervisors, 626
tion from the Outside (Don C. Seitz), BEXELL, J. A.-Thrift and Commercial
519.

Supremacy, 138
American Homemaker, The, and Recon- BINFORD, J. H.-Standardizing the Small

struction (ADELAIDE STEELE BAYLOR), Country School, 595
253

BLACKMAR, H. E.-Overcoming the Objec-
Americanism, The New (FRANKLIN K. tion of Parents to the Special Class-
LANE), 104

Can It Be Done? How? 305

BLAIR, FRANCIS G.-War Problems: D.

A Practical Program of Patriotic Instruc-

tion, 652
BLAKE, KATHERINE DEVEREUX—The

Body a Fit and Perfect Tool, 159;
The Rebuilding of Civilization thru

the Schools, 124,
Boards of Education, The Responsibility

of (MRS. CHARLES A. PERKINS), 377
Body, The, a Fit and Perfect Tool

(KATHERINE DEVEREUX BLAKE), 159.
Books for High-School Boys, Selecting

(EDWIN L. MILLER), 449
BRADFORD, Mary C. C.-The Building of

the New Civilization, 34; Response to

Addresses of Welcome, 483
BRADFORD, MARY D.-Training for Social

Adjustment—the Citizens of the Future,

160
BRETT, WILLIAM H.-War Library Service,

461
BRUBACHER, A. R.-Discussion: A Better

Appreciation of Ethical Values, 164
BRUMBAUGH, MARTIN G.–New World-

Standards of Educational Efficiency, 84
BUCKE, W. FOWLER—The Strength of a

Nation Promoted thru Physical Educa-

tion, 340
Building of the New Civilization, The

(MARY C. C. BRADFORD), 34
BURDGE, HOWARD. G.-A State Plan for

Vocational Training, 254
BURNHAM, DR. WILLIAM H.-Mental

Hygiene, 329
Business, College Women in (LUCINDA W.

PRINCE), 409
Business Department, Department of,

Officers and Resolutions, 235
BUTCHER, THOMAS W.–Maintaining an

Adequate Supply of Teachers without

Lowering Standards, 229
By-Laws, 5
Calendar of Meetings, 13
Campbell, William A. (Necrology), 689
CAPEN, S. P.-The Committee on Educa-

tion and Special Training, 205
Cary, C..P.-Discussion: Centralizing

Tendencies in Educational Administra-

tion, 504
Causes of Absence from Rural Schools

(EDWARD N. CLOPPER), 668
Census of Children of School Age, The

Need of a Continuing (John W. Davis)

665
CHALLMAN, S. A.-Child Welfare Laws of

Minnesota, 662
CHAMBERLAIN, ARTHUR H.-Thrift in the

Public Schools, 140.
CHANEY, N. H.-Discussion: A Better

Appreciation of Ethical Values, 166
Character Education (Milton FAIRCHILD),
Character Formation, Cooperation between

School and College in (ANNA P.
MacVay), 414

Child, The, and the Book in War Times

(CLARA W. HUNT), 448
Child Health, The State Normal Schools

and the Problems of (W. S. SMALL), 217
Child Hygiene, Department of, Secretary's

Minutes, 323
Child Labor Law, United States, Enforce-

ment of the (GRACE ABBOTT), 657
Child Life, What the Government Is Doing

to Conserve (ELLA ARVILLA MERRITT),

152
Child-Study, A General Survey of (DR. G

STANLEY HALL), 332
Child Welfare Laws of Minnesota (S. A.

CHALLMAN), 662
Children's Sense of Time (EARL BARNES),

335
Children's Year, The, and the Opportunity

of the Kindergarten for Conservation
Work in Congested Cities (ELIZABETH A.

WOODWARD), 131
CHRISTOPHER, JOHN-Discussion: Part-

Time V: The Special Teacher as the
Economic Solution of the Speech-

Disorder Problem in Public Schools, 676
CHURCHILL, J. A.—The Relation of the

High-School Library to Modern Educa-

tional Aims, 457
Citizens, The, of the Future, Training for

Social Adjustment—(MARY D. BRAD-
FORD), 160
Citizenship and Athletics-A Concrete

Example (GLEN F. THISTLETHWAITE),

183
City School System, Efficient Finance for

the (FRANK W. BALLOU), 613
City Schools, Recent Growth in the Admin-

istration of (W. S. DEFFENBAUGH), 361
Civilization, The Rebuilding of, thru the

Schools (KATHERINE DEVEREUX BLAKE),
CLARK, EDITH K. 0.-Discussion: Cen-

tralizing Tendencies in Educational

Administration, 507
Classroom Teachers, Department of, Secre-

tary's Minutes, 381
Classroom Teacher, The Status of (W. C.

BAGLEY), 383
CLOPPER, EDWARD N.-Causes of Absence

from Rural Schools, 668
Club Work and Salvage (HENRY R.

DANIEL), 146
CODY, FRANK—The Practical Value of

Psychological Tests—Do They Find the

Bright and Dull Pupils ? 302
Cor AN, L.D.- ompetent Teachers for

American Children, 62; Training for

National Service in Normal Schools, 209
COLEMAN, NORMAN F.-Sex Education and

the War, 195
College Community Life, The, as

Opportunity for Socialization (MINA

KERR), 402
College Women in Business (LUCINDA W.

PRINCE), 409

I 24

an

I 20

COLLIER, JOHN-Democracy Every Day,

53
Commercial Education in Preparation for

Foreign Service (GLEN LEVIN SWIG-

GETT), 238
Commercial-Education Statistics (DAVID

H. O'KEEFE), 240
Commercial Education after the War

(J. T. HOLDSWORTH), 236
Commercial Supremacy, Thrift and (J. A.

BEXELL), 138
Commission on Administrative Legislation

Report of, 535
Committee on Cooperation of Boards of

Education, Report of, 549
Committee on Economy of Time in Ele-

mentary Education, Report of the, 520
Committee on Economy of Time, School

Practice as Affected by the Reports of

the (C. N. KENDALL), 531
Committee on Education and Special

Training, The (S. P. CAPEN), 205
Committee on Federal Aid and the Train-

ing of Teachers, Report of (John A. H.

KEITH), 214
Committee on Publicity, Report of the, 533
Committee on Resolutions, Report of the,

411

23

Committee on Teachers' Salaries, Tenure,

and Pensions, Report of the, 721
Conflict, The Immortal (ANDREW F.

WEST), 87
Conservation Work in Congested Cities,

The Children's Year and the Opportu-
nity of the Kindergarten for (ELIZABETH

A. WOODWARD), 131
Cook, ALBERT S.-Centralizing Ten-

dencies in Educational Administration:
B. The County as a Unit for Local

Administration, 493
COOPER, FRANK IRVING-Standardization

of Schoolhouse Planning and Construc-

tion, 568
Cooperation of Boards of Education,

Report of Committee on, 549
Cooperation between School and College

in Character Formation (ANNA P.

MACVAY), 414
Corson, DAVID B.-Does the Special Class

Equip Pupils for Industrial Employ-
ment in the Community? Can the
Co-operation of Employers during and
following the School Period Be Obtained

and How? 312
Cost of Public Education, Why the, Is

Increasing (John D. Shoop), 607
Country School, Standardizing the Small

(J. H. BINFORD), 595
County Superintendency, The, and Its

Problems (P. C. Fair), 593
County, The, as a Unit of Organization

(MAURICE S. H. UNGER), 598
COWLING, DONALD J.-The Emergency

Council on Education, 200
Creed of Physical Education (RANDALL D.

WARDEN), 350

Cultural Values, A Better Appreciation of

(NATHAN C. SCHAEFFER), 163
CUTTER, ANNIE S.-Report of the Ele-

mentary-School Committee: Library
Cooperation with the Junior Red Cross,

452
DANIEL, HENRY R.-Club' Work and

Salvage, 146
Davis, JOHN W.-The Need of a Continu-

ing Census of Children of School Age, 665
Dean of Women, What a President May

Rightly Expect from a (GEORGE S.

DICK), 395
Deaning in the Public High School (JANET

M. PURDUE), 404
Deans, Some Ideals for (MARY W.

WOOLLEY),
Deans of Women, Department of, Secre-

tary's Minutes, 391
Defectives, What and How to Teach

(CHARLOTTE STEINBACH), 304
DEFFENBAUGH, W. S.-Recent Growth in

the Administration of City Schools, 361
Democracy, Education and Our (W. C.

BAGLEY), 55
Democracy Every Day (John COLLIER), 53
Democracy, Mothers of (Mrs. TAYLOR

ALLERDICE), 178
Democratic Factors in American Education

(A. DUNCAN Yocum), 141
Department: of Business Education, 235;

of Child Hygiene, 323; of Classroom
Teachers, 381; of Deans of Women, 391;
of Educational Publications, 465; of
Elementary Education, 157; of Higher
Education, 191; of Kindergarten Educa-
tion, 151; of Library, 447; of Music
Education, 315; of National Council of
Education, 135; of Normal Schools, 209;
of Physical Education, 339; of Rural and
Agricultural Education, 271; of School
Administration, 359; of School Patrons,
419; of Science Instruction, 295; of
Secondary Education, 177; of Special
Education, 297;. of Superintendence,
473;

of Vocational Education and
Practical Arts, 249; of the Wider Use of

Schoolhouses, 471
Development of Children, The Mental

(DR. G. W. A. LUCKEY), 326
Development of the Individual, The

Influence of Physical Education on the

(S. H. REPLOGLE), 343
DICK, GEORGE S.-What a President May

Rightly Expect from a Dean of Women,

395
DILLARD, JAMES H.-Discussion: National

Responsibility for Education of the

Colored People, 566
Discussion: A Better Appreciation of

Ethical Values (A. R. BRUBACHER), 164;

(N. H. CHANEY), 166
Discussion: Centralizing Tendencies in

Educational Administration (C. P.
Cary), 504; (J. Y. JOYNER), 506;
(EDITH K. O. CLARK), 507

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