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Contents

The Influence of Womens Organizations on Public EducationMrs Grenfell
134
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE Chicago Meeting February 1907
145
Is the Child the Ward of the Nation ?A swell
152
The Financial Value of EducationEckels
165
Admitting That Our Schools Are Defective Who Is Responsible ?Smith
173
Has the Product of Our Schools Reasonable Fitness for Citizenship ?Hamilton
181
Should the School Furnish Better Training for the NonAverage Child ?Kirk
221
What Are the Essentials in Subjects in the ElementarySchool Course ?E
227
A ROUND TABLE OF STATE AND COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS
264
Manual Training in Rural SchoolsA H Chamberlain
273
B ROUND TABLE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF SMALLER CITIES
290
The Relation of the Physical Nature of the Child to His Mental and Moral
305
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
329
Officers and Members
335
MiNeill
363
Discussion of Report of Committee on Instruction in Library Administration in Normal SchoolsBunker
386
Shortage in the Supply of TeachersGreen McNeill et al Moral Training thru the Agency of the Public SchoolBarnes The Educational Progress of Two...
406
Report of Committee on Industrial Education in Schools for Rural Communities Harvey
409
Discussion of the General Problem
412
Industrial Work in Rural Schools in New England New Jersey Pennsyl vania and New York
429
Experiences and Opinions of Individual Teachers in the Preceding Terri tory
436
The Preparation of Teachers for Industrial Schools in Rural Communities 409 412 429 436
446
DEPARTMENT OF KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION Secretarys Minutes
455
The American Ideal in the KindergartenBarnard Motive for WorkMiss Schallenberger Home and School Life in GermanyMiss Nix
456
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Secretarys Minutes Presidents AddressMrs Cooley Potent Factors in Oral Reading and Oral Lang...
475
History in the Life of the ChildEdwards
482
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491
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Secretarys Minutes
521
REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF SEVENTEEN ON PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION OF High SCHOOL TEACHERS IntroductionHalleck Joint Rec...
523
Capacity and Limitation of Normal School in Professional Preparation
628
Will Same Training in Normal School Prepare Teacher for Elementary
661
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCES
669
Time of Introduction and LimitationsMcPherron
675
Science
684
Purpose of the MicroscopeLillard
691
Relation of High Schools to Industrial LifeLyttle
698
Rational Art and Manual Training in Rural SchoolsEastmond
804
Manual Training in Indian SchoolsFriedman
811
DEPARTMENT OF ART EDUCATION
821
Relation of Art Education to Everyday LifeFrom the Utilitarian SideA
831
University Entrance Credits in DrawingClark
838
Secretarys Minutes
849
Vitalizing of the Child thru Song1 Miss Carpenter II Mrs Clark 856
856
Free Musical Education a NecessityMiss Thomas
865
Music Terminology ReformRice
872
Courses of Study and Preparation of Teachers Rowe
878
Preparation of Commercial TeachersH B Brown
884
Methods of Improving Commercial TeachersWeber
890
Relation Between General and Commercial Education Green
899
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDSTUDY
905
Dependent and Delinquent Children in the Home EnvironmentStableton
914
Plan for Health and Development InspectionLeslie
922
Organization and Administration of AthleticsHetherington
930
Relation of Music to Physical EducationMiss Johnson
940
Secretarys Minutes
951
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
959
Instruction in Contents and Use of LibrariesMiss Sullivan
967
How the Teacher Can Help the LibrarianMiss Jacobus
974
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
983
SelfSupportDriggs
990
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN EDUCATION
1001
Teaching Agriculture in the ClassroomMiss Proctor
1007
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE
1015
AddressE E Brown IO22
1025
Secretarys Minutes
1031
Proper Articulation of Technical EducationMrs Young
1037
TradeSchools and TradeUnionsMerrill
1048
Technical Education in High Schools and CollegesA H Chamberlain
1055
CONFERENCE OF NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURAL
1063
Agriculture Domestic Art and Manual Training without Funds or Equipment
1076
9284
1088
Report of Committee on Investigations and Appropriations
1098

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