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HARVARD UNVERLY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCAHBR

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UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION, St. Louis, 1904

Chief of Department
HOWARD J. ROGERS, Albany, N. Y.

MONOGRAPHS

ON

EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES

EDITED BY

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER
President of Columbia University in the City of New York

I

EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION - ANDREW

SLOAN DRAPER, President of the University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois 2 KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION — Susan E. Blow, Cazenovia, New York 3 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION – WILLIAM T. HARRIS, United States Commis

sioner of Education, Washington, D. C. 4 SECONDARY EDUCATION - ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWN, Professor of Edu

cation in the University of California, Berkeley, California 5 THE AMERICAN COLLEGE - ANDREW FLEMING West, Professor of Latin

in Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 6 THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY – EDWARD DELAVAN PERRY, Jay Professor

of Greek in Columbia University, New York 7 EDUCATION OF WOMEN – M. CAREY THOMAS, President of Bryn Mawr

College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 8 TRAINING OF TEACHERS B. A. HINSDALE, Professor of the Science and

Art of Teaching in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 9 SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE AND HYGIENE - GILBERT B. MORRISON,

Principal of the Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Missouri 10 PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION — JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS, Director of the

College and High School Departments, University of the State of New York,

Albany, New York II SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION - T.

C. MENDENHALL, President of the Technological Institute, Worcester,

Massachusetts 12 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION - CHARLES W. DABNEY, President of the

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 13 COMMERCIAL EDUCATION - EDMUND J. James, Professor of Public

Administration in the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 14 ART AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION - ISAAC EDWARDS CLARKE, Bureau

of Education, Washington, D. C. 15 EDUCATION OF DEFECTIVES – EDWARD ELLIS ALLEN, Principal of the

Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Overbrook,

Pennsylvania 16 SUMMER SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITY EXTENSION - GEORGE E. VIN.

CENT, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago ; Principal of

Chautauqua 17 SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS - JAMES MCKEEN CAT

TELL, Professor of Psychology in Columbia University, New York 18 EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO - BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, Principal of the

Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama 19 EDUCATION OF THE INDIAN – WILLIAM N. HAILMANN, Superintendent of

Schools, Dayton, Ohio 20 EDUCATION THROUGH THE AGENCY OF THE SEVERAL RELIGIOUS

ORGANIZATIONS - Dr. W. H, LARRABEE, Plain field, N.J.

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President of Columbia University in the City of New York

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SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL AND

ENGINEERING EDUCATION

BY

T. C. MENDENHALL,

President of the Technological Institute, Worcester, Mass.

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EXPOSITION COMPANY

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