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THE " EDUCATIONAL GAZETTE'

19th YEAR A Journal of advanced thought and Method. Some features for the year.

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SOME RECENT AND PROSPECTIVE

ARTICLES
Appearing in EDUCATION”

THE OLDEST OF THE HIGH-CLASS MONTHLY EDUCATIONAL MAGAZINES (IN ITS TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR)

Problems in High-School Curricula
The Program in Elementary Schools
Free Text-Books in City Schools
Classification in Elementary School Curriculum
The Study of Animal Life; its Place in the

Public Schools
Education at American Expositions
Education at the St. Louis Exposition
The Relation of Drawing to other Subjects
A Critical Study of the Public Schools of Buf.

falo, New York
Some Thoughts on College Entrance Require.

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University Training and the Doctoral Degree
Evening High-Schools
The Health Factor in its Social Aspects
The King Arthur Legends in the Hands of the

Poets
Leadership in the Superintendent
Moral Training
A Seven Years' Course of Study
The School as a Factor in Industrial and So.

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Education as a Scientific Pursuit
The Higher Education of Boys
What is Multiplication ?
Individual Work in Composition Writing
Physical Education
Around London With Dickens
Defective Children and the Public Schools

Relations of American Art to American Life
Shortening the College Course
Pedagogical Defects in the Sunday School
Commercial Work in the School
English Public Schools
Relation of Geography to Other Subjects
Scope and Method of Grammar
History in Our Public Schools
Home Study
Recent Developments in Manual Training
Guidance in Nature Study
The Nervous System in Childhood
School Supervision
Women and the Study of Social Sciences
A New Educational Ideal as Shown in the Y. M.

C. A. Training School at Springfield, Mass.
The Best College,-What is It?
How Far Shall the Elective Privilege be Ex-

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The Ethical Function of the School
Outline Study of Silas Marner
History of Economics and Political Science in

Williams College
The Method of Jesus' Teaching
Some Readjustments in Secondary Education
Overcrowded Grade Curriculum
Education in Porto Rico
A Canadian View of the Boston N. E, A. Con.

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Music in Home and School

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