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Discussion: Efficient Finance for the City

School System (ALBERT SHIELS), 616
Discussion: Leadership in Education (J.

H. BEVERIDGE), 626; (J. W. Mc-
CLINTON), 631; (FRED M. HUNTER),

620
Discussion: National Responsibility for

Education of the Colored People (JAMES

H. DILLARD), 566
Discussion: The New Responsibilities and

Opportunities Which the War Situation
Has Brought to the State Department

and the Schools (A. N. FARMER), 588
Discussion: Part-Time V. The Special

Teacher as the Economic Solution of the
Speech-Disorder Problem in Public
Schools (HECTOR L. BELISLE), 674;
(WILMER KINMAN), 675; (JOHN CHRIS-

TOPHER), 676
Discussion: Sectional Conferences and

Periods of Professional Improvement
Work for Teachers of High-School

Agriculture (A. K. GETMAN), 281
Discussion: War Problems: D. A Practi-

cal Program of Patriotic Instruction

(A. E, WINSHIP), 655
DUFFY, FRANK—The Reeducation of Our

Returning Disabled Soldiers after the

War, 251
Dutton, Betty A. (Necrology), 686
EARHART, WILL-The Essential Factor in

Musical Education, 316,
Economy in Learning in Relation to

Economy of Time (ERNEST Horn), 526
Economy of Time in Elementary Educa-

tion, Report of the Committee on, 520
Education of the Adolescent in England

(FRANK ROSCOE), 188
Education, Agricultural, under the Smith-

Hughes Act (CHARLES A. GREATHOUSE),

269
Education in Agriculture, The New, Based

on Sound Pedagogy (WILLIAM R. HART),

287
Education, Character (Milton FAIRCHILD),

a

Education, The National Emergency in

(GEORGE D. STRAYER), 129
Education and Our Democracy (W. C.

BAGLEY), 55
Education, Practical, under Federal Guid-

ance (ERNEST A. Smith), 77
Education, The Present Emergency in

(GEORGE D. STRAYER), 205
Education, Secondary, The Emergency in

(GEORGE D, STRAYER), 187
Education and Special Training, The

Committee on (S. P. CAPEN), 205
Education, Vocational, under the Smith-

Hughes Act (C. A. PROSSER), 266
Education after the War (JAMES P. MUN-

ROE), 196
Education, War-Modified, and Illiteracy

(CORA WILSON STEWART), 117
Education, War-Modified, and the Rise

of the Common People thru It (A. E.

WINSHIP), 123
Education, War-Modified, the Teachers,

and the Schools (WALTER R. SIDERS),

115
Educational Administration, Centralizing

Tendencies in: A. Limitations of State
Control in Education (PAYSON SMITH),
490; B. The County as a Unit for Local
Administration (ALBERT S. Cook), 493;
C. The Township as a Unit for Local
Administration (R. B. TEITRICK), 497;
D. How State Department May
Stimulate Local Initiative and Increase
Efficiency (GEORGE D. STRAYER), 501;

Discussion (C, P. Cary), 504
Educational Agency, A New (GUY STANTON

FORD), 207
Educational Aims, Modern, The Relation

of the High-School Library to (J. A.

CHURCHILL), 457
Educational Efficiency, New World-

Standards of (MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH),

84
Educational Publications, Department of,

Secretary's Minutes, 465
Educational Values of War, Some (G.

STANLEY HALL), 96
ELDRED, ARVIE-War Problems: B. Con-

servation of Resources-School Savings

Banks and Thrift Education, 645
Elementary Education, Department of,

Secretary's Minutes, 157
Elementary-School Committee, Report of

the: Library Cooperation with the
Junior Red Cross (ANNIE S. CUTTER),

452
Emergency Council on Education, The

(DONALD J. COWLING), 200
Enforcement of the United States Child

Labor Law (GRACE ABBOTT), 657
English, Spoken, as a Factor in Americani-

zation (EARL BARNES), 171
Enlistment of the Profession, The (Car-

ROLL G. PEARSE), 66
ENNIS, ISABEL A.-Causes of the Present

Shortage of Teachers, 387

I 20

Education of the Colored People, National

Responsibility for: A. The Status of
Negro Education (KELLY MILLER), 555;
B. The Nation's Responsibility to the
South for Negro Education (W. T. B.
Williams), 558; C. The Nation's Re-
sponsibility to Itself for Negro Education
and Its Constitutional Power to Render
Aid Thereto (ISAAC FISHER), 562; Dis-

cussion (JAMES H. DILLARD), 566
Education, The Emergency Council on

(DONALD J. COWLING), 200
Education toward the Formation of Moral

Character (DAVID SNEDDEN), 79
Education, Health Problems in (SALLY

LUCAS JEAN), 443
Education Is Preparation for Life (ARTHUR

E. HOLDER), 261
Education, The Life-Career Motive in

(WILLIAM L. ETTINGER), 42

Ethical Values, A Better Appreciation of, GREGORY, HELEN L.-Effective Health

Discussion (A. R. BRUBACHER), 164; Education thru Public Schools, 357
(N. H. CHANEY), 166

GRISWOLD, MARVIN E.-School Budgets
ETTINGER, WILLIAM L.-The Life-Career and School Finance, 367
Motive in Education, 42

Gulick, Luther Halsey (Necrology), 687
FAHEY, SARA H.-The, Training of IALL, DR. G. STANLEY—A General Survey

Teachers as a Factor in Establishing of Child-Study, 332; Some Educational
Professional Standards, 382

Values of War, 96
FAIR, P.C. - The County Superintendency HAMILTON, SAMUEL-Address of Welcome
and Its Problem, 593

30
FAIRCHILD, Milton-Character Educa- HARDING, MRS. CHARLES F.—President's
tion, 120

Address, 421
FARMER, A. N.-Discussion: The New HART, WILLIAM R.-The New Education

Responsibilities and Opportunities in Agriculture Based on Sound Pedagogy,
Which the War Situation Has Brought 287
to the State Department and the Schools, HARTWELL, E. C.-Financing the Public
588

Schools, 605
Federal Aid and the Training of Teachers, HARVEY, MARIE TURNER—Rural Schools

Report of Committee on (JOHN A. H. in the War, 438
KEITH), 214,

HAYES, MRS. THOMAS W.-Rural School
Feeble-Minded, After-School Care of the as a Social Center, 602
(CHARLOTTE STEINBACH), 309

Health Education, Effective, thru Public
Finance, Efficient, for the City School Schools (HELEN L. GREGORY), 357

System (FRANK W. Ballou), 613 Health Education, A National Program of
Financial Needs of the School, Educating (Thomas D. WOOD), 144

the Public to (GEORGE D. STRAYER), 609 Health Problems in Education (SALLY
Financing the Public Schools (E. C. LUCAS JEAN), 443
HARTWELL), 605

Health of School Children, Conserving the
FINEGAN, THOMAS E.-Training for Na- (SARAH M. Hobson), 432
tional Service, 59

HEDGER, CAROLINE—The Kindergarten as
FINLEY, JOHN HUSTON-A Message from a Factor in Americanization, 167
France, 552

Higher Education, Department of, Sec-
FISHER, ISAAC— National Responsibility retary's Minutes, 191

for Education of the Colored People: High-School Boys, Selecting Books for
C. The Nation's Responsibility to Itself (EDWIN L. MILLER), 449
for Negro Education and Its Constitu- High-School Library, The Relation of the,

tional Power to Render Aid Thereto, 562 to Modern Educational Aims (J. A.
Food Supply, The World's, and Woman's CHURCHILL), 457
Obligation (JANE ADDAMS), 108

High-School Library Standardization Aims
Ford, Guy STANTON—A New Educational from the Point of View of the School
Agency, 207

Administration (JESSE H. NEwlon),
Foreign Service, Commercial Education in

460
Preparation for (GLEN LEVIN SWIGGETT), High School, Physical Education in, in the
238

Present Emergency (W. S. SMALL), 181
Foreign Service, Why Should the Govern- High-School Student, The, and the Book

ment Train for? (GLEN LEVIN SWIG- (ROBERT J. ALEY), 454
GETT), 71

HILL, LAWRENCE L.-Physical Education
Furst, CLYDE-Opportunity and Leader- in Rural Schools, 347
ship in American Education: C. The

Historical Scholarship and Teaching as
Place of the Educational Foundation, 515

Affected by the War, The Problems of
General Committees, 27

(E. B. GREENE), 199
General Federation of Women's Clubs
(MARY E. PARKER), 427

Hobson, SARAH M.-Conserving the

Health of School Children, 432
General Sessions of the Association, 29

Holder, Arthur E.-Education Is Prepara-
GERWIG, GEORGE W.-War Policies for

tion for Life, 261
Schools, 375
GETMAN, A. K.-Discussion: Sectional Holdsworth, J. T.-Commercial Educa-
Conferences and Periods of Professional

tion after the War, 236
Improvement Work for Teachers of Home-Project Work too Small-Something
High-School Agriculture, 281

Bigger Needed-A Substitute in Opera-
GREATHOUSE, CHARLES A.–Agricultural

tion (W. S. WELLES), 283
Education under the Smith-Hughes Act, HORN, ERNEST-Economy in Learning in
269

Relation to Economy of Time, 526;
GREENE, E. B.-The Problems of Histor- Leadership in Education: B. How

ical Scholarship and Teaching as Affected Leadership in Making New Adjustments
by the War, 199

in Education Must Be Provided, 628

HUNT, CLARA W.-The Child and the Kindergarten, The, as a Factor in Ameri-
Book in War Times, 448

canization (CAROLINE HEDGER), 167
HUNTER, FRED M.-Discussion: Leader- KINNAN, WILMER-Discussion: Part-Time

ship in Education: A. Leadership as V. The Special Teacher as the Econ-
Found Today in Instruction in Inter- omic Solution of the Speech-Disorder
preting the Curriculum: I. In the Super- Problem in Public Schools, 675
intendent, 620; Needed Modifications Knapp, Warren E. (Necrology), 689

in Textbooks as Shown by the War, 465 KORDSIEMON, ANNA M.-Overcoming the
Hygiene, Mental (DR. WILLIAM H. BURN- Objection of Parents to the Special Class
HAM), 329

-Can It Be Done? How? 307
Ideals, Some, for Deans (MARY W. Kraus-Boelte, Marie (Necrology), 686
WOOLLEY), 411

LANE, FRANKLIN K.- The New American-
Illiteracy, War-Modified Education and

ism, 104
(CORA WILSON STEWART), 117

Leadership in Education: A. Leadership
Industrial Employment, Does the Special as Found Today in Instruction in

Class Equip the Pupils for? (E. R. Interpreting the Curriculum: I. In the
WHITNEY), 310

Superintendent (2. C. THORNBURG),
Industry, Preparing the Boy for (Louis L. 618; (FRED M. HUNTER), 620; II. In
PARK), 259

Principals and Supervisors (R. O.
Interpretation, An, of Life in Terms of Stoops), 623; (J. H. BEVERIDGE), 626;

Beauty and of Color in Terms of Music B. How Leadership in Making New
(Maud M. MILES), 91

Adjustments in Education Must Be Pro-
Introductory Address (ALBERT WUNDER- vided (ERNEST HORN), 628; Discussion
LICH), 360

(J. W. MCCLINTON), 631; C. Direct
Ireland, John (Necrology), 688

Instruction in Citizenship in the High
JEAN, SALLY LUCAS—Health Problems in School (MILTON BENNION), 632; (H. B.
Education, 443

WILSON), 636; D. Thrift in Relation to
Journal of Proceedings, 21

Public Schools (LAURA M. SMITH), 638
JOYNER, J: Y:-Discussion: Centralizing LELAND, ABBY PORTER-Scouting Educa-

Tendencies in Educational Administra- tion for Girls, 579
tion, 506

Leupp, Francis E. (Necrology), 689
Junior Red Cross, Library Cooperation Library Cooperation with the Junior Red
with the (EFFIE L. POWER), 461

Cross (EFFIE L. POWER), 461
Junior Red Cross Organizations in Rural Library Cooperation, Practicable, with

Schools, Practicable Library Coopera- Junior Red Cross Organizations in Rural
tion with (0. S. RICE), 450

Schools (0, S. RICE), 450
Junior Red Cross, Work and Scope of Library Department, Secretary's Minutes,
(HENRY NOBLE McCRACKEN), 576

447
Keane, John Joseph (Necrology), 688 Library Service, War (WILLIAM H. BRETT),
KEELER, FRED L.-The New Responsi- 461

bilities and Opportunities Which the War Life-Career Motive in Education, The
Situation Has Brought to the State (WILLIAM L. ETTINGER), 42
Department and the Schools, 583

LONG, MRS. CHARLES—Report of Com-
KEITH, JOHN A. H.-Report of Committee mittee on Education, National Council of
on Federal Aid and the Training of Jewish Women, 425; Report of Penn-
Teachers, 214

sylvania Department of School Patrons,
KENDALL, CALVIN N.-Address of Wel-

427
come, 481; School Practice as Affected LUCKEY, BERTHA M.—The Practical Value
by the Reports of the Committee on of Psychological Tests—Do They Find
Economy of Time, 531

the Bright and Dull Pupils ? 298
KERR, MINA–The College Community LUCKEY, DR. G. W. A.-Thé Mental

Life as an Opportunity for Socialization, Development of Children, 326
402

MCCLINTON, J. W.-Discussion: Leader-
KIDNER, T. B.--Vocational Reeducation of ship in Education: B. How Leadership

Disabled Soldiers—Canada's Experience, in Making New Adjustments in Educa-
264

tion Must Be Provided, 631
KIEHLE, DAVID PRITCHARD (Necrology), MCCONATHY, OSBOURNE—In What Direc-
686

tion Is Public Music Education Tending?
KILPATRICK, VAN EVERIE-Americaniza-

320
tion thru School Gardens, 174

MACCRACKEN, HENRY NOBLE-Work and
KILPATRICK, WILLIAM H.-The Problem- Scope of the Junior Red Cross, 576

Project Attack in Organization, Subject- MACCRACKEN, JOHN H.-The Bill for a
Matter, and Teaching, 528

National Department of Education, 191
Kindergarten Education, Department of, McELROY, ROBERT M.-Patriotism-Past,
Secretary's Minutes, 151

Present, and Future, 94

MCLEAN, KATHRYN SISson-Opportunity

and Leadership in American Education:
B. The Place of the Educational Institu-

tion for Women, 511
McNAUGHT, MARGARET S.-Guarding the

Schools in War Time, 435
MACVAY, ANNA P.-Cooperation between

School and College in Character Forma-

tion, 414
Maintaining an Adequate Supply of

Teachers without Lowering Standards
(J. ASBURY PITMAN), 226; (THOMAS W.

BUTCHER), 229
Manual Arts for Social Needs and for

Daily Living (JOHN G. THOMPSON), 158
MARTIN, GERTRUDE S.-Report of the

Association of Collegiate Alumnae for

the Year 1917–18, 422
Mental Development of Children, The

(DR. G. W.A. LUCKEY), 326
Mental Hygiene (DR. WILLIAM H. BURN-

HAM), 329
MERRITT, ELLA ARVILLA-What the Gov-

ernment Is Doing to Conserve Child

Life, 152
Message from France, A (JOHN HUSTON

FINLEY), 552
MILES, MAUD M.-An Interpretation of

National Department of Education, The

Bill for a (John H. MACCRACKEN), 191
National Emergency in Education, The

(GEORGE D. STRAYER), 129
National Program of Health Education,

A (Thomas D. Wood), 144
National Service, Thrift and (FRANK A.

VANDERLIP), 127
National Service, Training for (THOMAS E.

FINEGAN), 59
National Service, Training for, in Normal

Schools (L. D. COFFMAN), 209
Necrology, 847
New Civilization, The Building of the

(MARY C. C. BRADFORD), 34
New Internationalism, The Role of Woman

in the (MRS. Louis F. Post), 74
NEWLON, JESSE H.-High-School Library

Standardization Aims from the Point of

View of the School Administration, 460
NOLAN, ARETAS W.- Project Methods in

Teacher Training in Vocational Agri-

culture, 275.
Normal School, Bringing the College to the

(GEORGE M. PHILIPS), 220
Normal Schools, Coordination of Theory

and Practice in (H. A. SPRAGUE), 212
Normal Schools, Department of, Secre-

tary's Minutes (Atlantic City Meeting),

219
Normal Schools, Department of, Secre-

tary's Minutes, (Pittsburgh Meeting),

209
Normal Schools, Training for National

Service in (L. D. COFFMAN), 209
Officers for 1917-18, 15
O'KEEFE, David H. Commercial-

Education Statistics, 240
Organization of Social Life Where There

Are No Dormitories, and Housing
Students under Such Conditions (BER-

NICE E. SANFORD), 393
PALMER, F. E.-War Problems: A.

Economy of Time-A Twelve Months,

School, Divided into Four Quarters, 641
Park, Louis L.-Preparing the Boy for

Industry, 259
PARKER, Mary E.-General Federation of

Women's Clubs, 427
Patriotism-Past, Present, and Future

(ROBERT M. MCELROY), 94
Patriotism of War Savings, The (S. W.

STRAUS), 137
Pattengill, Henry Romaine (Necrology),

687
PEARSE, CARROLL G.–The Enlistment of

the Profession, 66
Pennsylvania Department of School

Patrons, Report of (MRS. CHARLES

LONG), 427
PERKINS, MRS. CHARLES A.-The Re-

sponsibility of Boards of Education, 377
PETERSON, FREDERICK—The Reconstruc-

Life in Terms of Beauty and of Color in

Terms of Music, 91
M ER, EDWIN L.-Selecting Books for

High-School Boys, 449
MILLER, KELLY-National Responsibility

for Education of the Colored People:

A. The Status of Negro Education, 555
Mitchill, Theodore C. (Necrology), 689
Modifications, Needed, in Textbooks as

Shown by the War (FRED M. HUNTER),

465
MOORE, ELLA ADAMS-Report of the Com-

mittee on Vocational Supervision, 433
Moral Character, Education toward the

Formation of (DAVID SNEDDEN), 79
Mothers of Democracy (MRS. TAYLOR

ALLERDICE), 178
MUNROE, JAMES P.-Education after the

War, 196; The Readjustment of the
School from the Viewpoint of a Manu-

facturer, 265
Music Education, Department of, Sec-

retary's Minutes, 315
Music Education, In What Direction Is

Public, Tending ? (OSBOURNE MC-

CONATHY), 320
Musical Education, The Essential Factor

in (WILL EARHART), 316
Nation, The, and the Crisis in Its Schools

(JOSEPH SWAIN), 45
Nation, The, at War (JAMES A. B.

SCHERER), 49.
National Council of Education, Secretary's

Minutes (Pittsburgh Meeting), 135
National Council of Jewish Women, Report

of Committee on Education (MRS.
CHARLES LONG), 425

tion of the Race, 68

PHILIPS, GEORGE M.-Bring the College

to the Normal School, 220
PHILLIPS, D. E.-The War and University

Reform, 100
Physical Education, Creed of (RANDALL D.

WARDEN), 350
Physical Education, Department of, Sec-

retary's Minutes, 339
Physical Education, Effects of, on School

Morale. (May H. PRENTICE), 345
Physical Education in the High School in

The Present Emergency (W. S. SMALL),

181
Physical Education, The Influence of, on

the Development of the Individual (S. H.

REPLOGLE), 343
Physical Education in Rural Schools

(LAWRENCE L. HILL), 347
Physical Education, The Strength of a

Nation Promoted thru (W. FOWLER

BUCKE), 340
Physical Growth of Children, What

Teachers Ought to Know about the

(DR. JOHN M. TYLER), 323
Physical Welfare Work with School Chil-

dren in War Times: A. The Vital
Necessity of Physical Training for the
Country Boy and Girl (DUDLEY A.
SARGENT), 677; B. Principles Under-
lying Minimum Essentials of Exercises

(WILLIAM A. STECHER), 681
PITMAN, J. ASBURY–Maintaining an

Adequate Supply of Teachers without

Lowering Standards, 226
Policy, The, of New York State with

Regard to Physical Training (James G.

Riggs), 352
Post, MRS. Louis F.-The Role of Woman

in the New Internationalism, 74
POWER, EFFIE L.-Library Cooperation

with the Junior Red Cross, 461
Practical Education under Federal Guid-

ance (ERNEST A. SMITH), 77
PRENTICE, MAY H.-Effects of Physical

Education on School Morale, 345
Preparation for Life, Education Is (ARTHUR

E. HOLDER), 261
Preparing the Boy for Industry (Louis L.

Park), 259
President, What a Dean May Rightly

Expect from a (FLORENCE L. RICHARDS),

399
President, What the Dean May Rightly

Expect from the (HELEN M. SMITH), 397
President's Address (MARY C. C. BRAD-

FORD), 34; (Mrs. CHARLES F. HARDING),

421
PRESTON, JOSEPHINE CORLISS-Response

to Addresses of Welcome, 32
PRINCE, LUCINDA W.-College Women in

Business, 409
Problem-Project Attack, The, in Organi-

zation, Subject-Matter, and Teaching
(WILLIAM H. KILPATRICK), 528

Problems, The, of Historical Scholarship

and Teaching as Affected by the War

(E. B. GREENE), 199
Professional Standards, The Training of

Teachers as a Factor in Establishing

(SARA H. FAHEY), 382
Professional Subjects, The Distinction

between Academic and (W.C. BAGLEY),

229
Program, The New, of the National Educa-

tion Association-an Opportunity and a
Responsibility (NATHAN C. SCHAEFFER),

38
Project Methods in Teacher-Training

Courses (W. S. TAYLOR), 276
Project Methods in Teacher Training

in Vocational Agriculture (ARETUS W.

NOLAN), 275
PROSSER, C. A.-Vocational Education

under the Smith-Hughes Act, 266
Psychological Tests, The Practical Value

of-Do They Find the Bright and Dull
Pupils ? (FRANK Copy), 302; (BERTHA
M. LUCKEY), 298; (A. H. SUTHERLAND),

300
Public Education, Why the Cost of, Is

Increasing (JOHN D. SHOOP), 607,
Public High School, Deaning in the

(JANET M. PURDUE), 404
Public Schools, Effective Health Educa-

tion thru (HELEN L. GREGORY), 357
Public Schools, Financing the (E. C. HART-

WELL), 605
Public Schools, Thrift in the (ARTHUR H.

CHAMBERLAIN), 140
PURDUE, JANET M.-Deaning in the Public

High School, 404
Readjustment, The, of the School from the

Viewpoint of a Manufacturer (JAMES P.

MUNROE), 265
Rebuilding of Civilization thru the Schools,

The (KATHERINE DEVEREUX BLAKE),

I 24
Reconstruction, The American Homemaker

and (ADELAIDE STEELE BAYLOR), 253
Reconstruction of the Race, The

(FREDERICK PETERSON) 68
Reeducation, The, of Our Returning Dis-

abled Soldiers after the War (FRANK

DUFFY), 251
Reeducation, Vocational, of Disabled

Soldiers-Canada's Experience (T. B.

KIDNER), 264
Rehabilitation, The, of Disabled Soldiers

and Sailors or Victims of Industry

(CHARLES H. WINSLow), 268
REPLOGLE, S. H.-The Influence of Physi-

cal Education on the Development of

the Individual, 343
Report of the Association of Collegiate

Alumnae for the Year 1917-18 (GER-

TRUDE S. MARTIN), 422
Report of Commission on Administrative

Legislation, 535

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