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Mitchell, William, Memorial,
Modeling in Clay as a Means of Education,
Mode of School Board Administration,
Modern Systems of Education, Development of,
Moral Condition of the Negro,

Instruction in Schools,

Value of Art Education,
Morality and College Training,
Morgan, Thomas J., American Educational Exhibit of 1893,

Discussion,

Indian Education,
Morris, Margaret, Music as a Factor in Education,
Music, a Factor in Education,

Regular and Required Branch of Grade Work,
Department, President's Address,
Proceedings,

and Addresses,
Name of Association Changed,
Nashville Meeting, Receipts from,
National Council of Education, Proceedings,

and Addresses,
Necrology, Report of Committee on,
Negro, Christian Education of,
Education in the South,

Southern Views on,
Moral Condition of,

Poverty of,
Newell, M. A., Discussion,
New Method in Drawing,
New York School Laws, Improvement in,
Nicholson, Mary E., Discussion,

Letter of Transmittal ( St. Paul Exhibit),

Report on Education of Girls,
Nomenclature of Manual Training, Report of Committee on,
Nominations for 1890-91, Committee on,

Report of,
Normal Department, Proceedings,

and Addresses,
School Curriculum,

Work in Drawing,
Schools, Criticism in,

Report of Committee on,
Northrop, B. G., Discussion,
Northrop, Cyrus, Address of Welcome,
Notation, Value of Tonic Sol-Fa,
Officers, 1889-1890,
1890-1891,

Coinmittee's Report,
Council,
Department,
Duties of
How Elected,
Named,
Terms of,

When Chosen,
Olson, Edward, Memorial,
Organization and Administration, Effective Plan of,

System 28. Originality and Individuality,
of City School Systems,

Schools, Reform Needed in,
Originality and Individuality ts. Organization and System,
Our Brother in Stripes in the School-Room,
Parent and Teacher,
Parish and State Schools - Is Union Possible?

289
289-364

42
275
497
502
273

272
444, 494

858

91
343

52
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113

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113

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Parks, C. Wellman, American Educational Exhibit of 1893,
Parr, S. S., Report of Discussion on City School Systems,
Parsons, William W., Normal School Curriculum,
Patterson, J. W., State Supervision, Most Effective Plan of Administration,
Payne, W. H., Definition of Educational Literature,
Pedagogy, A Chair of,
Pedagogical and Psychological Observation, Report of Special Committee on,

Supplemental Report,
Training in Colleges where there is no Chair of Pedagogy,
Pennell, Flora, Discussion,
People and the Colleges,
Permanent Secretary, Report of Committee on,
Perpetual Directorship,

Membership,
Phelps, Discussion,
Physiological Notes on Primary Education and the Study of Language,
Pickard, J. L., Discussion,
Pierce, James O., Discussion,
Place and Function of the Agricultural College,
Plan for National Educational Exhibit of 1893,

of Cooperative College Government,

Organization and Administration of State Supervision,
Plans for Appointing Teachers,
Popular Criticisms, and Their Influence upon School Superintendence,

Demand for Shorter College Courses,
Powell, W. B., Discussion,
Practical Details of Manual Training, Report on,
Preparatory Departments, Resolutions Concerning,

High Schools, Effects of,
President of Association, Response to Addresses of Welcome,

Council, Report of,
President's Address, Music Department,
Price, J. C., Education and the Race Problem,
Primary Classes, Course of Manual Training in,

School, Effects of Kindergarten Training on,
Printing as a Branch of Manual Training,
Problem in Civilization, A,
Professional Life and College Education,

Reading, A Course of,
Programs, Elementary, Correlation of Subjects in,
Promotions, Examinations as Tests for,
Psychological and Pedagogical Observation, Report of Special Committee on,

Supplementary Report,
Public Education and the General Government,
Purpose and Scope of History in the High School,
Qualification of Teachers, State Control of,
Race Problem and Education,

General Statement of,
Reading, A Course of Professional,

Circle, Teachers',
Receipts from Nashville Meeting,
Recitation Estimates,
Records, School, How Kept,
Reform Needed in School Organization,

Spelling,
Regular and Required Branch of Grade Work, Music as a,
Relation of Instruction to Will-Training,

State to City School Systems,

Colleges to the Morals of the Student,
Report of Auditor,

Board of Trustees,
Committee on City School Systems,

Supplementary,

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546
38
91
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Report of Committee on Education of Girls,

Elementary Education,
Exhibits,
Necrology,
Nomenclature of Manual Training,
Nominations,
Normal Schools,
Pedagogical and Psychological Observation,
Permanent Secretary,
Resolutions,
St. Paul Exhibit, Drawing,

Form and Color,
Kindergarten,
Manual Training,

School Exhibits,
President of the Council,
Treasurer,

of the Council,
Report on the Henry Barnard Fund,
Requirements, Uniform, for Admission to College,
Resolutions, Committee on,

Report of,
Discouraging Preparatory Departments,
Kindergarten Department,

On Spelling Reform,
Responses to Addresses of Welcome, C. W. Bardeen,

W. T. Grannis,
John Hancock,
W. T. Harris,
J. W. Johnson,
E. B. McElroy,
President of the Association,
Secretary of the Association,
E. P. Smith,
F. Louis Soldan,
Homer B. Sprague,
Treasurer of the Association,

A. E. Winship,
Richards, Zalmon, Discussion,

Report on Necrology,
Rickoff, A. J., Discussion,
Rickoff, Mrs. A. J., Discussion,
Ross, Matilda H., Memorial,
Rounds, C. C., Discussion,
Sabin, Henry, American Educational Exhibit of 1893,

Organization and System 18. Originality and Individuality,

Report on Manual Training, St. Paul Exhibit,
Saunderson, Robert G., Memorial,
Schaeffer, N. C., Discussion,

Memorial of E. E. Higbee,
Scholarship and Attendance in Lower Graes, Effects of Preparatory High School on,
School and University Extension,
Boards, City, Constitution and Powers of,

Mode of Administration of,

Selection of,
Curriculum, Normal,
Exhibits (St. Paul ),

Funds, Apportionment of,
Schoolishness in the Kindergarten,
School Laws in New York State,

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Organization, Needed Reform in,
Records,
Statistics as the Basis of Legislative Action,

What Should be Collected,

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School Superintendence in Cities,

309
Proceedings,

367
and Addresses,

367, 542
Systems, City,

447
Reports on,

309, 358
Science Training in Primary and Grammar Grades,

595
Scope and Purpose of History in the High School,

618
Scott, Charles, Discussion,

671
Secondary Instruction, Department Proceedings,

615
and Addresses,

615-655
Secretary's Response to Addresses of Welcome,

86
Seeley, Levi, Pedagogical Training in Colleges where there is no Chair of Pedagogy,

673
Severance of High School and University, Demands for,

629
Sewing in Schools,

856
Sheldon, W. E., American Educational Exhibit of 1893,

422
Discussion,

319, 331, 353, 363
Value of Educational Literature to Student and Teacher,

321
Shelleck, Rhoda E., High-School Work in Drawing,

790
Shepard, Irwin, Address of Welcome,

79
Kindergarten Training and Primary Schools,

554
Shorter College Courses to Meet a Popular Demand,

668
Slavery, its Bearing on the Race Problem,

268
Smith, E. P., Response to Addresses of Welcome,

92
Soldan, F. Louis, Discussion,

206, 319, 332, 333, 346
Educational Ideas in Dickens's Novels,

724
Response to Addresses of Welcome,

89
Value of Educational Literature to Teacher and Student,

328
Sol-Fa, Tonic, Notation, Value of,

821
southern Views on Negro Education,

502
South, Negro Education in the,

497
Special Meetings, how called,

7
Spelling Reform,

38
Spiritual Element in Education,

696
Training in the Kindergarten,

551
Sprague, Homer B., Response to Addresses of Welcome,

88
Standing Committees, Council,

194
Starrett, Helen E., Kindergarten Work by an Outsider,

547
State Control of Course of Study,

453
Qualification of Teachers,

454
Schools and Parish Schools Is Union Possible?

179
Supervision, Plan of Organization,

432
System of Education, Essentials of,

441
Statistics, School, as Basis of Legislative Action,

377
Stearns, J. W., Correlation of Subjects in Elementary Programs,

200
Steere, E. A., High School as a Factor in Mass Education,

645
Stetson, H, L., Shorter College Courses, Popular Demand for,

668
Stockwell, Thomas B., American Educational Exhibit of 1893,

428
Strong, J. W., Address of Welcome,

81
Subject-Matter, Mental Effects of Form in,

753
Sullivan, Christine, Art Instruction in the High School,

640
Discussion,

154
Summary of Treasurer- Report for 1889,
Superintendence, Department of, Proceedings and Addresses,

367-542
Report on Educational Exhibits for 1893,

372
Superintendent as an Examiner,

314
Supervision, State, Effective Plan for Organization of,

432
Supervisor, County, Duties of,

436
Supervisory Duties without Authority,

312
Supplementary Report on City School Systems,

358
Pedagogical and Psychological Observation,

113
System and Organization us. Originality and Individuality,

228
Systems, City School,
Reports on,

309, 358
Tarbell, H, S., Discussion,

460

127

Taylor, A. R., Recitation Estimates,

744
Teacher and Parent,

608
Teachers' Reading-Circle,

325
Terms of Office,

6
Tests for Promotion, Examinations as,
Thayer, J. B., Discussion,

196
They Have Eyes and Ears,

560
Tonic Sol-Fa Notation, Value of,

821
Training, Manual, in Elementary Schools,

842
Grammar Grades,

834
Primary Classes,

828
Pedagogical, in Colleges where there is no Chair of Pedagogy,

673
of the Hand,

835
Transmittal, Letter of (St. Paul Exhibit),

52
Treasurer of the Association, Response to Addresses of Welcome,

86
Treasurer's Report, 1889,

35
Council,

303
Trustees, Board of, Defined,

6
Powers and Duties of,

7
Report of,

36
Tutwiler, Julia S., Our Brother in Stripes, in the School-Room,

601
Uniform Requirements for Admission to Colleges,

705
Union Between State and Parish Schools, Possibility of,

179
University and High School, Demands for Severance of,

629
School Extension,

242
Utility and Value of Art Instruction in the High School,

640
Value and Utility of Art Instruction in the High School,

640
of Art Education, Moral,

141
Clay-Modeling as Branch of Education,

855
Cooking as Branch of Education,

857
Drawing in Manual Training,

855
Educational Literature to Teacher and Student,

321, 328
Sewing as Manual Training Work,

856
Tonic Sol-Fa Notation,

821
Welcome, Addresses of,

75, 84
Wellington, I. M., Discussion,

211
West, W. M., Purpose and Scope of History in the High School,

648
What Have the People a Right to Ask from the Colleges!

662
Wheelock, Lucy F., They Have Eyes and Ears,

560
White-Cross Movement in Education,

159
Pledge,

172
White, E. E., Discussion,

317, 318, 319, 332, 345, 355, 362, 465, 495, 519
Report on City School Systems,

309
Wiggins, B. L., Forms of Discipline and Discipline of Forms,
Willard, Frances E., White-Cross Movement in Education,

159
Williams, Mrs. D. Lathrop, Discussion,

336
Teachers' Reading-Circle in Education,

325
Will-Training, Relation of Instruction to,

118
Winchell, Alexander, Geology in Early Education,

587
Winship, A. E., Discussion,

385
Response to Addresses of Welcome,

90
Wise, H. A., Discussion,

390, 467, 496
Woodward, C. M., Discussion,

363
Report on Nomenclature of Manual Training,

761
Wood-work as Manual Training,

857
Work in High School Drawing,

790
Normal School Drawing,

802
of the Kindergarten, By an Outsider,

547
World's Fair, See Educational Exhibit of 1893,

391
Wright, John, Discussion,

712

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