Addresses and Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 55

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The Public School the Laboratory for CitizenshipForce
73
Belgian Special Mission to the United StatesRemarks by Baron Moncheur
80
Social Hygiene in Relation to National DefenseColeman
88
Address to Applicants for CitizenshipKavanaugh
96
Cost of the Inadequate Night SchoolHedger
104
Education and the WorldWarKerr III
111
The University and the Nations IdealsCampbell 119
119
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
129
Food Storage and PreservationDaniel
140
Thrift in the HomeBlake
149
Opportunities of the WarBlake
161
Food PricesBrandenburg
168
The Control of Educational Progress thru School AdministrationWirt
179
Edward Thompson FairchildTowne
186
The Control of Educational Progress thru Educational ExperimentationMeriam
194
The Control of Educational Progress thru Professional PreparationBagley
201
The Direction of Educational Progress thru Professional OrganizationPearse
208
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
221
The Public School and the Nation in 1917Alderman
230
Supervision as Liberating the TeacherDorsey
239
The Democratic Significance of Recent Educational Movements in the Com
249
The Girl Problem in the High SchoolRowell
258
The Intermediate School or Junior High SchoolBarker
266
Education thru SocializationAndrus
275
The Responsibility of the High School for American Ideals Reinhardt
281
The FourQuarter Plan of University Operation During the War and After
299
Critical PresentDay Issues in Administration of State Higher EducationBuck
305
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
315
The Teaching of Salesmanship to HighSchool GirlsPaine
321
How to Teach Salesmanship in the High School Young
332
How Can the Higher Schools of Commerce Best Serve the High Schools ?Bexell
339
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
345
DEPARTMENT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS
383
The Normal School and the Demands of Industrial EducationSeerley
389
The Normal Schools and the Demand for Education in the Household Arts
395
The Claims of Scholarship upon the Normal SchoolFoster
402
Growth in ServiceMcKenny
410
Standards in TeacherTrainingClaxton
416
The Kindergarten as an Agency for the Control of PreSchool Welfare and Educa
427
Training of Girls and Women for Trade and IndustryWoolman
436
Vocational Guidance Problems of Organization and AdministrationReed
443
The Work of the School NurseGrittinger
513
PAGE
521
School SpiritAndrus
528
The Legitimate Vocational Content of the Intermediate HighSchool Course
535
General or Elementary Science in Junior High SchoolsDeamer
542
The Training of Science TeachersEdwards
548
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
557
State Supervision of School LibrariesChurchill
572
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
583
Construction WorkIts Value in the Subnormal SchoolKordsiemon
589
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
599
DEPARTMENT OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS
615
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL PATRONS
623
Report of Association of Collegiate AlumnaeMartin
627
Report of Education Department General Federation of Womens Clubs Parker
633
The Past Present and Future of the Patrons DepartmentBarnum
639
Conserving the Children of Working AgeMoore
645
Rural Schools and the WarMcNaught
651
Educational JournalismBruce
658
The School and the NationBeveridge
678
A STRONGER FOUNDATION FOR AND A BETTER COMMAND OF SPOKEN
690
Standards of School Architecture and SchoolhouseConstructionKeeler
708
Are the Older School Virtues Obsolescent ?Bagley
717
The Legitimate Range of Activity of the Junior College in a PublicSchool System
724
Multiple Use of ChildWelfare AgenciesWirt
734
Observable Tendencies toward National EducationBlair
757
CharacterEducationMethods CompetitionFairchild
763
Educational PoiseBaylor
769
The HighSchool Teachers Professional PreparationSmiley
775
Report of the Committee on Military Training in the Public Schools
778
Some Remarkable Achievements in Rural SchoolsWinship
791
The TwoGroup PlanAlderman
801
ROUND TABLES
807
ROUND TABLE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF CITIES WITH A POPULATION UNDER 25000
821
ROUND TABLE OF DIRECTORS OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
837
Necrology
847
General Index
853
724
854
395
858
775
860

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Pagina 352 - ... departments throughout our history, and had been in no part based on assumed historical facts which are not really true; or, if wanting in some of these, it had been before the court more than once, and had there been affirmed and reaffirmed through a course of years, it then might be, perhaps would be, factious, nay, even revolutionary, not to acquiesce in it as a precedent.
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Pagina 8 - Education and the following departments, and such others as may hereafter be created by organization or consolidation, to wit: the Departments, first, of Superintendence; second, of Normal Schools; third, of Elementary Education; fourth, of Higher Education; fifth, of Manual Training; sixth, of Art Education; seventh, of Kindergarten Education; eighth, of Music Education; ninth, of Secondary Education: tenth, of Business Education; eleventh, of Child Study; twelfth, of Physical Education; thirteenth,...

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