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a In any school in which Greek can be better taught than a modern language, or in which local public opinion or the history of the school makes it desirable to teach Greek in an ample way, Greek may be substituted for German or French in the second year of the Classical programme.

The committee of ten was appointed by the National Educational Association at the session of 1892, and held its first meeting in November of the same year. Nine conferences on as many different groups of subjects were organized as a result of this meeting. Each of these conferences was likewise composed of ten members, chosen for scholarship and experience. Regard was also had to giving equal representation to those experienced in general school affairs and those whose work was of college or university grade. The report of the committee of ten together with the various conference reports was issued in 1894.

This was the first concerted movement to bring about a correlation of all the forces in the field of education, and the recommendations embodied in the report of the committee as to courses of study in secondary schools were received with hearty approbation. One authority declares the report “the most important educational document ever issued in the United States."

The four courses of study, each covering four years, are named to correspond with the idea conveyed by the dominant group of studies pursued, viz: Classical course, Latin-scientific course, modern languages course, English course. These courses of study are shown on two charts, each exhibiting two courses.

CHAPTER XXIV.

LIST OF EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS IN THE UNITED

STATES IN 1903.

(1) ARRANGED BY STATES.

Alabama.
Birmingham, Educational Exchange, M., 1903,

vol. 8.
Huntsville, The Educator, M., 1903, vol. 5.
Normal, Normal Index, W., 1903, vol. 19.
Tuskegee, Southern Letter, M., 1903, vol. 19.

Aikansas. Little Rock, Arkansas School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 8.

California. Berkeley, University Chronicle, Bi-m., 1903,

vol. 6. San Francisco, Western Journal of Education, M., 1903, vol. 8.

Colorado. Denver, Colorado School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 19.

Connecticut. Meriden, Connecticut School Journal, W., 1903,

vol. 9. New Haven, Yale Review, M., 1903, vol. 12.

District of Columbia. Washington, American Annals of the Deaf,

Bi-m., 1903, vol. 49. Washington, Catholic University Bulletin, Qu.,

1903, rol. 9. Washington, University Courier, Qu., 1903, vol. 10.

Florida. Gainesville, Florida School Exponent, M., 1903,

vol. 11. Tallahassee, Southern School and Home, M., 1903, vol. 2

Minois. Bloomington, School and Home Education, M.,

1903, vol. 23 Charleston, Normal School Bulletin, M., 1903,

vol. 1. Chicago, Biblical World, M., 1903, vol. 22. Chicago, Board of Education Bulletin, W., 1903,

vol. ). Chicago, Dial (The), M , 1903, vol. 35. Chicago, Elementary School Teacher, M., 1903,

vol. 4. Chicago, Home Education, M., 1903, vol. 1 Chicago, Journal of Geography, M , 1903, vol 3. Chicago, Kindergarten Magazine, M., 1903,

vol 16 Chicago, Manual Training Magazine, Qu., 1903,

vol. 5 Chicago, Muse (The), M., 1903, vol. 3. Chicago Review of Catholic Pedagogy, M., 1903,

vol. (?). Chicago, School Review, M., 1903, vol. 11. Chicago, School Science, M., 1903, vol. 3. Chicago, Teachers' Federation Bulletin, W,

1903, vol. 3.

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Minois - Continued. Chicago, University Record, W., 1903, vol. 8. Chicago, University Extension Quarterly, Qu.,

1903, vol. 1. Oak Park, Intelligence, Semi-m., 1903, vol. 23. Oak Park, School Weekly, W., 1903, vol. 9. Taylorsville, School News and Practical Educator, M., 1903, vol. 17.

Indiana. Indianapolis, Educator-Journal, M., 1903, vol. 4.

lowa. Cedar Rapids, The Western Penman, M., 1903,

vol. 20. Charles City, Iowa Teacher, M., 1903, vol. 17. Des Moines, Midland Schools, M., 1903, vol. 8. Fort Dodge, Webster County Teacher, M.,1903,

vol 13. Keokuk, School Music Monthly, M., 1903, vol. 4.

Kansas. Hutchinson, Kansas Educator, M., 1903, vol. 1. Lawrence, Kansas University Science Bulletin,

Qu., 1903, vol. I. Manhattan, Industrialist (The), W., 1903, vol. 30. New Albany, Country School Champion, M.,

1903, vol. 7. Topeka, Western School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 20.

Kentucky. Lexington, Southern School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 14.

Louisiana.
New Orleans, Teachers' Outlook, M., 1903, vol. 4

Maine.
Farmington, Normal (The), M., 1903, vol. 2.

Maryland.
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Circular,
M., 1903, vol. 22.

Massachusetts, Boston, American Primary Teacher, M., 1903,

vol. 22. Boston, Bostonia, Qu., 1903, vol. 4. Boston, Boston Cooking School Magazine,

Bi m , 1903, vol. 8. Boston, Education, M , 1903, vol 24. Boston, Home Science Magazine, M., 1903,

vol. 20. Boston, Journal of Education, W., 1903, vol. 58. Boston, Literary World, Semi-m., 1903, vol. 34. Boston, Popular Educator, M., 1903, vol. 21. Boston, Posse Gymnasium Journal, M., 1903,

vol 11 Boston, Psychic Power through Practical Psy.

chology, M., 1903, vol. 3.

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Pennsylvania–Continued. Mount Airy-Philadelphia, Association

Bi-m., 1903, vol. 5. Philadelphia, American Church Sunda

Magazine, M., 1903, vol. 32. Philadelphia, Journal of Franklin I

M., 1903, vol. 156. Philadelphia, Stenographer (The), M.

18. Philadelphia, Studies in Education,

vol. 2 Philadelphia, Teacher (The), M., 190 Scranton, Power and Science and M., 1903, vol. 8.

South Carolina. Aiken, Schofield School Bulletin,

14. Columbia, Educational (The), M.,

South Dakota. Mitchell, South Dakota Educator

17.

Tennessee. Knoxville, Southern Education, Nashville, Progressive Teacher

vol. 9.

Massachusetts-Continued. Boston, Primary Education, M., 1903, vol. 11. Boston, School Physiology Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 13. Boston, Technological Quarterly, Qu., 1903,

vol. 16. Cambridge, The People, M., 1903, vol. 5. Salem, Little Folks, M., 1903, vol. 7. Springfield, Kindergarten Review, M., 1903,

vol. 14. Worcester, American Journal of Psychology,

Qu., 1903, vol. 15. Worcester, School Arts Book, M., 1903, vol. 3. Worcester, Seminary (The), Qu., 1903, vol 10.

Michigan. Lansing, Moderator Topics, Semi-m., 1903,

vol. 24 Lansing, Teachers' Sanitary Bulletin, M., 1903, vol. 6.

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota School Journal, M.,

1903, vol. 3. Minneapolis, School Education, M., 1903, vol. 22.

Missouri. Jefferson City, Missouri School Journal, M.,

1903, vol. 20. St. Louis, Evangelish-Lutherisches Schulblatt, M., 1903, vol. 38.

Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska Teacher, M., 1903, vol. 6. Lincoln, School Index, M., 1903, vol. 3. Omaha, Nebraska Mute Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 31. Santee Agency, Word Carrier, M., 1903, vol. 32.

New Hampshire, Manchester, Notes and Queries, M., 1903, vol. 22.

New Jersey Ringoes, Journal of Orthoepi and Orthografi,

M., 1903, vol. 20. Trenton, Silent Worker (The), M., 1903, vol. 16.

New York Albany, American Education from Kinder

garten to College, M., 1903, vol. 7. Brooklyn, American Physical Education Re

view, Qu , 1903, vol. 8. Brooklyn, Latin Leaflet, W., 1903, vol. 4. Chautauqua, Assembly Herald, D, during

summer, 1903, vol. 28. Cornwall, Schoolmaster (The). M., 1903, vol. 7. Dansville, Normal Instructor and Teachers'

World, M., 1903, vol. 13 Malone, Mentor (The), M., 1903, vol. 9. New York, American School Board Journal,

M, 1903, vol. 27. New York, Art Amateur (The), M., 1903, vol. 45. New York, Champlain Educator, M., 1903,

New York-Continued. New York, Educational Review, M., 1903, vol. 3. New York, Ethical Record, Bi-m., 1903, vol. 5. New York, Journal of Mental Pathology, M.,

1903, vol. 5. New York, Leader (The), M., 1903, vol. 1. New York, Literary Digest, W., 1903, vol. 27. New York, New Education, M., 1903, vol. 16. New York, Our Times, M., 1903, vol. 14. New York, Penman's Art Journal, M., 19013,

vol. 28. New York, Pitman's Phonetic Journal, W., 1903,

vol. 61. New York, Pitman's Shorthand Weekly, W.,

1903, vol. 27 New York, Pratt Instituto Monthly, M., 1903,

vol. 12. New York, Primary School, M., 1903, vol. 13. New York, Psychological Review, M., 1903,

vol. 10. New York, School, W., 1903, vol. 15. New York, School Journal, W., 1903, vol. 67. New York, School Music Review, M., 1903,

vol. 12. New York, School Work, Qu., 1903, vol... New York, Sunday School Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 35. New York, Teachers' Institute, M., 1903, vol. 26. New York, Typewriter and Phonographic

World, M., 1903, vol. 22. Rochester, Educational Gazette, M., 1903,

vol. 19. Syracuse, Craftsman (The), M., 1903, vol. 4. Syracuse, Journal of Pedagogy, Qu., 1903,

vol. 16. Syracuse, School Bulletin, M., 1903, vol. 30.

North Carolina. Greensboro, Stato Normal Magazine, M., 1903, vol. 8.

Ohio. Athens, Ohio Teacher, M., 1903, vol. 24. Bellefontaine, Educational Sun, M., 1903, vol. 4. Cincinnati, Ohio Valley Educational Journal,

M., 1903, vol. 1. Cincinnati, Our Companion, M., 1903, vol. 14. Cincinnati, Public School Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 43. Columbus, Ohio Chronicle for Deaf and Dumb,

W., 1903, vol. 36, Columbus, Ohio Educational Monthly, M., 1903,

Texas. Austin, Texas School Journal, Dallas, Texas School Magazine

Common school education,

secondary American Education, from

College-N. Y. American Journal of Educa American Primary Teach Arkansas School JournalCatholic School Journal Champlain Educator-N. Colorado School JournalConnecticut School Jour Country School Champic Education-Mass. Educational (The)-S. O Educational Exchange Educational Foundation Educational GazetteEducational Review-I Educational Sun-Ohio Educator (The)-Ala. Educator-Journal-In Elementary School T Evangelisch-Lutheris

vol. 22.
New York, Columbia University Quarterly,

Qu., 1903, vol. 6.
New York, Columbia University Teachers'

College Bulletin, M., 1903, vol 1.
New York, Deaf Mutes' Journal, W., 1903,

vol. 32
New York Educational Foundations, M., 1903,

vol. 15

vol. 52.
Springfield, Chautauquan (The), M., 1903,
vol. 38.

Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, School Herald, M., 1903, vol. 12.

Oregon.

Salem, Oregon Teachers' Monthly, M., 1903,
vol. 8.

Pennsylvania.
Allentown, National Educator, M., 1903, vol. 44.
Edinboro, Sunshine Magazine and Educational

Independent, W., 1903, vol. 13.
Harrisburg, School Gazette, M., 1903, vol. 14.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania School Journal, M.,

1903, vol. 52.
Millersville, Normal Journal, Qu., 1903, vol. 17.

Florida School Expor Intelligence—. Iowa Teacher-Iowa. Journal of Education Kansas Educator-K Leader (The)-N. Y Lutherische Schulze Mentor-N. Y. Midland Schools—Io Minnesota School Jo Missouri Schorl Jou

Pennsylvania-Continued. Mount Airy-Philadelphia, Association Review,

Bi-m., 1903, vol. 5. Philadelphia, American Church Sunday School

Magazine, M., 1903, vol. 32. Philadelphia, Journal of Franklin Institute,

M., 1903, vol. 156. Philadelphia, Stenographer (The), M., 1903, vol.

18. Philadelphia, Studies in Education, M., 1903,

vol. 2 Philadelphia, Teacher (The), M., 1903, vol. 7. Scranton, Power and Science and Industry, M., 1903, vol. 8.

South Carolina. Aiken, Schofield School Bulletin, M., 1903, vol.

14. Columbia, Educational (The), M., 1903, vol. 2.

South Dakota. Mitchell, South Dakota Educator, M., 1903, vol. 17.

Tennessee. Knoxville, Southern Education, M., 1903, vol. 1. Nashville, Progressive Teacher (The), M., 1903, vol 9.

Texas. Austin, Texas School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 21. Dallas, Texas School Magazine, M., 1903, vol. 6.

Virginia. Hampton, Southern Workman and Hampton

School Record, M., 1903, vol. 32. Richmond, Virginia School Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 12. Williamsburg, William and Mary College Quarterly, Qu., 1903, vol. 12.

Washington. Seattle, Northwest Journal of Education, M.,

1903, vol. 15. Vancouver, Washingtonian .(The), Somi-m., 1903, vol. 12.

West l'irginia. Charleston, West Virginia School Journal, M., 1903, vol. 32.

Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin Journal of Education, M.,

1903, vol. 34. Milwaukee, American Journal of Education,

M., 1903, vol. 37. Milwaukee, Catholic School Journal, M., 1903,

vol. 4. Milwaukee, Lutherische Schulzeitung, M., 1903,

vol. 29. Milwaukee, Mind and Body, M., 1903, vol. 10. Milwaukee, Pædagogische Monatshefte, M.,

1903, vol. 5. Milwaukee, Western Teacher, M., 1903, vol. 12.

(2) ARRANGED BY SUBJECTS.

Common school education, elementary and

secondary. American Education, from Kindergarten to

College N. Y.
American Journal of Education-Wis.
American Primary Teacher-Mass.
Arkansas School Journal--Ark.
Catholic School Journal-Wis.
Champlain Educator-N. Y.
Colorado School Journal-Colo.
Connecticut School Journal-Conn.
Country School Champion-Kans.
Education-Mass.
Educational (The)-S. C.
Educational Exchange- Ala.
Educational Foundations-N. Y.
Educational Gazette, N. Y.
Educational Review-N. Y.
Educational Sun-Ohio.
Educator (The)- Ala.
Educator-Journal-Ind.
Elementary School Teacher-Ill.
Evangelisch-Lutherisches Schulblatt-Mo.
Florida School Exponent-Fla.
Intelligence-Ill.
Iowa Teacher--Iowa.
Journal of Education-Mass.
Kansas Educator-Kans.
Leader (The)-N. Y.
Lutherische Schulzeitung-Wis.
Montor-N. Y.
Midland Sohools-Iowa.
Minnesota School Journal-Minn,
Missouri Schocl Journal--Mo.

Common school education, etc.-Continued. Moderator Topics-Mich. National Educator-Pa. Nebraska Teacher-Nebr. New Education-N. Y. Normal Index-Ala. Northwest Journal of Education-Wash. Ohio Educational Monthly-Ohio. Ohio Teacher-Ohio. Ohio Valley Educational Journal-Ohio. Oregon Teachers' Monthly--Orog. Our Times-N. Y. Pædagogische Monatshefte Wis. Pennsylvania School Journal - Pa. People (The)-Mass. Popular Educator ---Mass. Primary Education-Mass. Primary School-N. Y. Progressive Teacher- Tenn. Public School Journal-Ohio. Review of Catholic Pedagogy--Ill. Schofield School Bulletin-S. C. School-N. Y. School and Home Education-Ill. School Bulletin-N. Y. School Education-Minn. School Gazette -Pa. School Herald-Okla. School Index-Nebr. School Journal-Minn. School Journal--N. Y. Schoolmaster (The)-N. Y. School News and Practical Educator-Ill.' School Weekly-III.

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