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tives on the bill to incorporate the
National Education Association,

513
Departmental teaching in elemen-

tary schools, Another view of, 93
DEXTER, EDWIN G.-Professor Jas-

trow's Distribution of distinction,

205
Differences and resemblances in

American universities, 109
Discussions, 92, 198, 306, 411
Distribution of distinction in Ameri-

can colleges, 24
DUTTON, SAMUEL T.-International

Conferences of education and the
Bern Conference, 306

FELTER, WILLIAM L.—The educa-

tion of women, 351
Fitz-GERALD, J. D.-Lewis's (Ed-

win S.) Galdós's Doña Perfecta ;
Schevill's (Rudolph) Alarcón's El

Niño de la bola, 534
Football, 451, 402
FOSTER, WILLIAM T.-A talk with

teachers of English on college
entrance requirements, 198
Future of the College Entrance Ex-

amination Board, 470
GOODWIN, EDWARD J.-Revised aca-

demic syllabus of New York

State, 191
Graduate work, The reaction of, on

the other work of the university,

333
Greek and Latin grammars, Stand-

ard, 419

GREEN WOOD, J. M.-Elliott's (Ed-

ward C.) Some fiscal aspects of
public education in American

cities, 315

Education (Public) and Catholic

citizens, 294
Education of women. 351
Education, International Confer-

ences of, and the Bern Confer-

ence. 306
Education, Indirect compulsory, 383

Place of applied, 180; Problem
in: the survival of the unfit, 248;

Some aspects of, in England, 67
Educational responsibility of the

school and the community, 433,

439
Elementary mathematics, The ques-

tion of problems in, 300
Elementary schools, Another view

of departmental teaching in, 93
Eliot, CHARLES W.-American uni-

versities: their resemblances and

their differences, 109
Elliott's (Edward C.) Some fiscal
aspects of public education in

American cities, 315
England, Some aspects of educa-

tion in, 67
English, A talk with teachers of, on

college entrance requirements, 198
English preparatory schools, 364
Entrance requirements (college),

Are they too great in quantity? 1;
A talk with teachers of English

on, 198
European scholarship, The attitude

of, towards the question of an
international auxiliary language,

507
Examinations and reports. 92
Excessive expansion of the course

of study in American universities,

135
Farrand, Wilson.--Are college en-

trance requirements too great in
quantity? 1

Hadley, ARTHUR T.-To what ex-

tent should professors engaged
in research be relieved from the

work of instruction ? 325
Harper, President William R., 214
HERRICK, CHEESMAN A.-Place of

applied education, 180
High schools, Special state aid to,

141
Houghton, William A.-On teach-

ing Latin, 277
House of Representatives, Debate

in, on the bill to incorporate the
National Education Association,

513
Illiteracy in the State of New York,

321
Impression, An Australian's, of

Oxford, 18
Incorrigible child. The. 484
Indirect compulsory education, 383
Instruction? To what extent should

professors engaged in research

be relieved from the work of, 325
Instructors. What the university

loses by underpaying, 55
International auxiliary language,
Attitude of European scholarship

towards the question of, 507
International Conferences of Edu-

cation and the Bern Conference,

306
JASTROW, Joseph.-Distribution of

distinction in American colleges,

24

Jastrow's (Joseph) Distribution of

Distinction, 205
Jespersen's (Otto) Growth and

structure of the English lan-

guage, 423
Joint educational responsibility of

the school and the community,
433, 439

Nichols, EDWARD H.- Football,

402
Notes and news, 106, 214. 321, 430,

537

On teaching Latin, 277
Oxford, An Australian's impres-

sion of, 18

423

ard, 419

York, 411

KRAPP, GEORGE Philip.-Bradley's

PERRIN, JOHN W.-Indirect com-
(Henry) The making of English;

pulsory education, 383
Jespersen's (Otto) Growth and

Physics and chemistry teaching,
structure of the English language,

Modern trend of, 236
Place of applied education, iso

| Pope, ELFRIEDA H.-What the uni-
Latin and Greek grammars, Stand-

versity loses by underpaying its

instructors, 55
Latin, On teaching, 277

Preparatory schools, English, 364
Lewis's (Edwin S.) Galdós's Doña
Perfecta, 534

Prizes, The Barrett, 106
Problem in education : the survival

of the unfit, 248
Manny, FRANK A.-Examinations
and reports, 92

Problems in elementary mathe-
Manual arts in the City of New

matics. The question of, 300

Professors engaged in research, To
Mathematics

what extent should they be re-
(elementary), The

lieved from the work of instruc-
question of problems in, 300

tion? 325
McMillan, THOMAS.-Catholic
citizens and public education, 294

Public education and Catholic citi-
McMurry's (C. A.) Special method

zens, 294
in elementary science, 207
Methods of teaching arithmetic,

Question of problems in elementary
339

mathematics, 300
Modern trend of physics and chem-
istry teaching, 236

Reaction of graduate work on the
MONROE, Will S.-Winch's (Wil-

other work of the university, 333
liam H.) Notes

German Reasoning (children's) and second-
schools, 209

hand science, 167
Moors, John F.—The joint educa-

Reform (school), Dangers of, 226
tional responsibility of the school REID, JR., W. T.-Football, 451
and the community, 433

Reports and examinations, 92
Morse, E. L. C.-Another view of

Research, To what extent should
departmental teaching in elemen-

re-

professors engaged in, be
tary schools, 93

lieved from the work of instruc-
MUNROE, JAMES P.-The joint edu-

tion? 325
cational responsibility of the

in
Resemblances and differences
school and the community, 439

American universities, 109
National Education

Responsibility of the school and the

Association, community, Educational, 433, 439
The debate in the House of

Reviews, 100, 207, 315, 423, 534
Representatives to incorporate the,

Revised' academic syllabus" of New
513

York State, 191
National Educational Association,

RICHMAN, Julia.—The incorrigible
106

child, 484
NEWCOMB, Simon.—Methods

of
teaching arithmetic, 339
New York City, Manual arts in, 411

SALMON, LUCY M.--Some aspects

of education in England, 67
New York, Illiteracy in the State

Sceptres of the University”;
New York State academic syllabus,

Diels' “ Antrittsrede,” 1905, 430

Schevill's (Rudolplı) Alarcón's El
191

Niño de la bola, 534

on

of, 321

SCHINZ, ALBERT.-The attitude of

European scholarship towards the
question of an international aux-

Ilary language, 507
School and the community, The

joint educational responsibility

of, 433, 439
School administration, Boston, 395;

Dangers of reform, 226; All-year

sessions, 321
Schools, Another view of depart-

mental teaching in elementary, 93;

The English preparatory,' 364
Scott, COLIN A.-Secondhand sci-

and children's reasoning,
167; The manual arts in the City

of New York, 411
Secondhand science and children's

reasoning, 167
Shearer's (William J.) Management

and training of children, 100
SMITH, David EUGENE.—The ques-

tion of problems in elementary

mathematics, 300
Special state aid to high schools,

141
Standard Latin and Greek gram-

mars, 419
Study, Excessive expansion of the

course of, in American universi-

ties, 135
Syllabus of New York State, aca-

demic, 191
Talk with teachers of English on

college entrance requirements, 198

Teaching arithmetic, Methods of,

339
Tetlow, John.-The English pre-

paratory schools, 364
Thorndike's (Ashley H.) Elements

of rhetoric and composition, 319
THORNDIKE, EDWARD L.-The future

of the College Entrance Examina-

tion Board, 470
To what extent should professors

engaged in research be relieved
from the work of instruction?

325
Underpaying its instructors, What

the university loses by, 55
Universities (American), The ex-

cessive expansion of the course of
study in, 135; resemblances and

differences in, 109
University administration, 217; loses

what by underpaying its instruc-
tors, 55; The reaction of gradu-
ate work on the other work of

ence

the, 333

WALCOTT, GREGORY D.-Standard

Latin and Greek grammars, 419
WEEMS, J. B.-A problem in educa-

tion: the survival of the unfit, 248
Winch's (William H.) Notes on

German schools, 209
Women, The education of, 351
WOODHULL, John F.-Modern trend

of physics and chemistry teach-
ing, 236

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