Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1898 - Education
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Contents

Enrollment in schools and colleges
ix
Cuba
xliv
Total population school population
lxxi
Teachers and salaries
lxxxvii
EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
3
Higher education in Great Britian and Ireland
9
Measures affecting teachers
24
Medical inspection
33
Rev Samuel Knox
577
Andrew J Rickoff
604
School seats
611
State universities address by President James B Angell of the University of Michigan
647
The school system of Cuba
655
The committee on the national university project
661
Religious instruction and its relation to education
671
Commercial education
677

The board of education bill
42
New scheme of classification for schools of Scotland
48
The university of Wales
55
EDUCATION IN AUSTRALASIA
67
Education in New Zealand
77
Tasmania
86
Changes effected by successive laws
93
City of Brusselsinquiry into the character of the clothing nourishment and lodging accom
101
Recent changes in the curriculum of secondary schools
116
Page
125
9
133
47
139
48
146
School attendance and compulsory education
147
Teachers pensions and annuities
164
55
174
Manual training in Germany
179
Supplementary and trade schools
189
59
193
Preparation of normalschool teachers
201
Federal aid for elementary schools in Switzerland
211
History of secondary schools in Hungary
220
69
228
89
237
Universities and high schools
247
Special schools
254
Status of education before the Meiji era
261
101
271
Elementary schools of the new education
273
Secondary and higher schools
282
111
285
The educational system and Government control
296
CLASSIFICATION AND PROMOTION OF PUPILS
303
The Seattle plan of promotion and classification
335
Plan of the northside schools of Denver
341
Report on the grading and promotion of pupils by John T Prince agent of Massachusetts State
349
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMON SCHOOL IN THE WESTERN STATES
357
Indiana
373
Illinois
381
Michigan
389
Wisconsin
413
Iowa
428
Minnesota
438
THE ROYAL NORMAL COLLEGE FOR THE BLIND LONDON WITH INCIDENTS
451
Incidents in the life of Dr F J Campbell
461
MINOR MENTAL ABNORMALITIES IN CHILDREN AS OCCASIONED BY CERTAIN
471
MISCELLANEOUS EDUCATIONAL TOPICS
479
Uniform financial reports for public schools
489
Lookout Mountain Educational Institution
503
Address of President McKinley at the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute
514
Education in Bulgaria
524
The Brookline Education Society and its work
538
Our School Work address by Edwin P Seaver of Boston
546
Address of Abram S Hewitt at the dedication of the new site of Columbia University
552
Speech of J L M Curry before the legislature of Georgia
562
Hubert Anson Newton
568
Why art and literature ought to be studied in elementary schools
687
The educational value of the tragic as compared with the comic in literature and art
695
The aesthetic element in education
701
THE WESTERN LITERARY INSTITUTE AND COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL
707
Addresses and papers
722
THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY AT ANNAPOLISITS ORGANI
747
Regulations for the admission of candidates
754
The marking system
768
The Naval War College and Torpedo School at Newport R I
777
Authors and publications 786
824
Alphabetical index to Parts II and III
835
Compulsory primary instruction
842
Report of Prof F Torraca director of primary and normal instruction 817
851
116
856
Superior instruction
864
Table of contents
871
Instruction specialized for railways
877
Special university railway course
887
Instruction combined with work
896
Apprenticeship
907
Gradation in railway education
919
Railway employees their different functions and qualifications
925
Railroading a profession
932
Answers of railroads to inquiries regarding the means of education of their employees
944
Railway school at Breslau
955
Historical introduction
963
Maurice and the Workingmens College
974
Charles Kingsley and Christian socialism
980
University reforms since 1850
983
Cambridge University extension
989
Mode of local organization
996
The London Society for the Extension of University Teaching
999
Oxford University extension
1006
Local college extension in England
1012
Affiliation of towns with the university
1026
University extension in Scotland
1037
Arnold Toynbee and Toynbee Hall
1046
AppendixList of free libraries and other benefactions founded by Andrew Carnegie
1054
ED 9961
1057
Teachers
1060
SCHOOL GARDENS
1067
Management
1078
EDUCATION IN FRANCE
1085
Admission of foreign students to French universities
1091
Antialcoholic instruction in French schools 1028
1098
The department of secondary education
1106
CONFEDERATE TEXTBOOKS 18611865A PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY
1139
Arithmetics
1146
Sundayschool and other religious books
1153
Page
1157
College presidents
1171
Principals of normal schools
1180
APPLIED OR ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
1189
A REVIEW OF SWEDISH GYMNASTICS
1209
THE FUTURE OF THE COLORED RACE
1227
How to improve the condition of the negro By Booker T Washington
1246

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