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REVIEW

PUBLISHED MONTHLY

Except July and August

VOLUME XXXI
JANUARY – MAY

1906

RAHWAY, N. J., AND NEW YORK
EDUCATIONAL REVIEW PUBLISHING COMPANY

Paris: F. ALCAN BERLIN: MAYER & MÜLLER
LONDON : THE AMERICAN SCHOOL AND College Text-Book AGENCY
CHICAGO: A. W. MUMFORD, 378 WABASH AVENUE

EDITOR

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER

COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY EDUCATIONAL REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.

THE MERSHON COMPANY PRESS,

RAHWAY, N. J.

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The names of contributors are printed in SMALL CAPITALS; subjects created, in ordinary type;

titles of books reviewed, in italics.

Academic syllabus of New York Boston school administration, 395

State, 191

BOURNE, HENRY E-Coman's

Administration, Boston school, 395 ; (Katharine) Industrial history of

University, 217

the United States, 102

Aid, Special state, to high schools, Bradley's (Henry) The making of

141

English, 423

All-year school sessions, 323

BROOKS, STRATTON D.—Dangers of

American colleges, Distribution of school reform, 226
distinction in, 24

BRYAN, WILLIAM L.-The excessive
American universities, The excess- expansion of the course of study

ive expansion of the course of in American universities, 135
study in, 135; their resemblances
and their differences, 109

CARPENTER, William H.-The re-

ANDREWS, E. BENJAMIN.-Univer- action of graduate work on the

sity administration, 217

other work of the university, 333

Applied education, Place of, 180 Catholic citizens and public educa-
Are college entrance requirements tion, 294
too great in quantity ? i

Chemistry teaching and physics,

Arithmetic teaching, Methods of, Modern trend of, 236

339

Child, The incorrigible, 484

Aspects of education in England, 67 Children's reasoning and second-
Association of American Univer- hand science, 167
sities, 537

Citizens (Catholic) and public edu-

Athletic craze in colleges, 214

cation, 294

Atkinson's (George Francis) Col-

College Entrance Examination

lege text-book of botany, 211

Board, The future of, 470

Attitude of European scholarship College entrance requirements, Are
towards the question of an inter- they too great in quantity? I;

national auxiliary language, 507 College entrance requirements, A
Australian's impression of Oxford, talk with teachers of English on,

198

Colleges (American), Distribution
BALDWIN, CHARLES SEARS.—Thorn- of distinction in, 24; Athletic
! dike's (Ashley H.) Elements of craze in, 214

rhetoric and composition, 319 Coman's (Katharine) Industrial
Barrett prizes, 106

history of the United States, 102

Bern Conference, and the Inter- Community and the school, The

national Conferences of Educa- joint educational responsibility of,

tion, 306

433, 439

BIGELOW, M. A.—Bigelow's (Ed- Compulsory education, Indirect, 383

ward F.) How nature-study should Course of study in American uni-

be taught, 535; McMurry's (C. versities, The excessive expansion

A.) Special method in elementary

science, 207

Craze (Athletic) in colleges, 214

Bill to incorporate the National CURTIS, CARLTON C.-Atkinson's

Education Association, The debate (George Francis) College text-

in the House of Representatives book of botany, 211

on, 513

BOLTON, FREDERICK E.-Special state Dangers of school reform, 226

aid to high schools, 141

Debate in the House of Representa-

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tives on the bill to incorporate the
National Education Association,

513
Departmental teaching in elemen-

tary schools, Another view of, 93
DEXTER, EDWIN G.–Professor Jas-

trow's Distribution of distinction,

205
Differences and resemblances in

American universities, 109
Discussions, 92, 198, 306, 411
Distribution of distinction in Ameri-

can colleges, 24
DUTTON, SAMUEL T.-International

Conferences of education and the
Bern Conference, 306

Education (Public) and Catholic

citizens, 294
Education of women, 351
Education, International Confer-

ences of, and the Bern Confer-

ence. 306
Education, Indirect compulsory, 383

Place of applied, 180; Problem
in: the survival of the unfit, 248;

Some aspects of, in England. 67
Educational responsibility of the

school and the community, 433,

439
Elementary mathematics, The ques-

tion of problems in, 300
Elementary schools, Another view

of departmental teaching in, 93
Eliot, Charles W.-American uni-

versities: their resemblances and

their differences, 109
Elliott's (Edward C.) Some fiscal
aspects of public education in

American cities, 315
England, Some aspects of educa-

tion in, 67
English, A talk with teachers of, on

college entrance requirements, 198
English preparatory schools, 364
Entrance requirements (college),

Are they too great in quantity ? 1;
A talk with teachers of English

on, 198
European scholarship. The attitude

of, towards the question of an
international auxiliary language,

507
Examinations and reports, 92
Excessive expansion of the course

of study in American universities,

135
FARRAND, Wilson.—Are college en-

trance requirements too great in
quantity ? 1

FELTER, WILLIAM L.-The educa-

tion of women, 351
Fitz-GERALD, J. D.-Lewis's (Ed-

win S.) Galdós's Doña Perfecta;
Schevill's (Rudolph) Alarcón's El

Niño de la bola, 534
Football, 451, 462
FOSTER, WILLIAM T.-A talk with

teachers of English on college

entrance requirements, 198
Future of the College Entrance Ex-

amination Board, 470
GOODWIN, Edward J.-Revised aca-

demic syllabus of New York

State, 191
Graduate work, The reaction of, on

the other work of the university,

333
Greek and Latin grammars, Stand-

ard, 419
GREEN WOOD, J. M.-Elliott's (Ed-

ward C.) Some fiscal aspects of
public education in American

cities, 315
HADLEY, ARTHUR T.-To what ex-

tent should professors engaged
in research be relieved from the

work of instruction ? 325
Harper, President William R., 214
HERRICK, CHEESMAN A.–Place of

applied education, 180
High schools, Special state aid to,

141
Houghton, WILLIAM A.–On teach-

ing Latin, 277
House of Representatives, Debate

in, on the bill to incorporate the
National Education Association,

513
Illiteracy in the State of New York,

321
Impression, An Australian's, of

Oxford, 18
Incorrigible child, The, 484
Indirect compulsory education, 383
Instruction? To what extent should

professors engaged in research

be relieved from the work of, 325
Instructors. What the university

loses by underpaying, 55
International auxiliary language,

Attitude of European scholarship

towards the question of, 507
International Conferences of Edu-

cation and the Bern Conference,

306
Jastrow, JOSEPH.—Distribution of

distinction in American colleges,
24

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Jastrow's (Joseph) Distribution of

Distinction, 205
Jespersen's (Otto) Growth and

structure of the English lan-

guage, 423
Joint educational responsibility of

the school and the community,

433, 439
KRAPP, GEORGE Philip.—Bradley's

(Henry) The making of English;
Jespersen's (Otto) Growth and
structure of the English language,
423

On teaching Latin, 277
Oxford, An Australian's impres-

sion of, 18

Perrin, John W.-Indirect com-

pulsory education, 383
Physics and chemistry teaching,

Modern trend of, 236
Place of applied education, 180
PopE, ELFRIEDA H.-What the uni-

versity loses by underpaying its

instructors, 55
Preparatory schools, English, 364
Prizes, The Barrett, 106
Problem in education: the survival

of the unfit, 248
Problems in elementary mathe-

matics, The question of, 300
Professors engaged in research, To

what extent should they be re-
lieved from the work of instruc-

tion? 325
Public education and Catholic citi-

zens, 294

Question of problems in elementary

mathematics, 300

оп

Latin and Greek grammars, Stand-

ard, 419
Latin, On teaching, 277
Lewis's (Edwin S.) Galdós's Doña

Perfecta, 534
Manny, FRANK A.-Examinations

and reports, 92
Manual arts in the City of New

York, 411
Mathematics (elementary), The.

question of problems in, 300
MCMILLAN, Thomas.-Catholic

citizens and public education, 294
McMurry's (C. A.) Special method

in elementary science, 207
Methods of teaching arithmetic,

339
Modern trend of physics and chem-

istry teaching, 236
MONROE, WILL S.-Winch's (Wil-

liam H.) Notes German

schools, 209
Moors, JOHN F.—The joint educa-

tional responsibility of the school

and the community, 433
MORSE, E. L. C.-Another view of

departmental teaching in elemen-

tary schools, 93
MUNROE, James P.-The joint edu-

cational responsibility of the

school and the community, 439
National Education Association,

The debate in the House of
Representatives to incorporate the,

513
National Educational Association,

106
NEWCOMB, Simon.-Methods of

teaching arithmetic, 339
New York City, Manual arts in, 411
New York, Illiteracy in the State

of, 321
New York State academic syllabus,

191

re-

Reaction of graduate work on the

other work of the university, 333
Reasoning (children's) and second-

hand science, 167
Reform (school), Dangers of, 226
REID, JR., W. T._Football, 451
Reports and examinations, 92
Research, To what extent should

professors engaged in, be
lieved from the work of instruc-

tion? 325
Resemblances and differences in

American universities, 109
Responsibility of the school and the

community, Educational, 433, 439
Reviews, 100, 207, 315, 423, 534
Revised academic syllabus of New

York State, 191
RICHMAN, JULIA.—The incorrigible

child, 484
SALMON, LUCY M.—Some aspects

of education in England, 67
Sceptres of the University”;

Diels' “ Antrittsrede,” 1905, 430
Schevill's (Rudolph) Alarcón's El

Niño de la bola, 534

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