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Supervision of School LibrariesAlexander
446
The HighSchool Library and the HighSchool LibrarianWilliams
453
The Relation of the School Library to the Teaching of ScienceGlenn
460
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471
Experiences in Americanization with Suggestive Plan for DevelopmentRoseman
477
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE
483
Training of TeachersBagley
499
Defects of Supervision and Constructive Suggestions ThereonHill
506
A National Program for EducationKendall
514
A National Program for EducationStrayer
523
Educational ServiceCoffman
531
Report of the Committee on Salaries Tenure and PensionsSwain
537
What the War Should Do for Our Methods in HistoryHarding
545
What the War Should Do for Our Methods in Civics and EconomicsGuiltcau
552
Education of the ImmigrantCondon
558
School Expenses Considered as an InvestmentHartwell
564
The Adjustment of the Senior School to Meet New ConditionsMeredith
571
The Relation between Study and ReadingGray
580
The DividedPeriod Plan of Supervised Study in American HistorySimpson
587
Supervised and Directed StudyBrown
594
Administrative Problems in Supervised StudyKelly
601
What Shall We Do with the Ancient and Modern Languages ?McClinton
609
Changes Produced in the ModernScience Courses by the WarDeamcr
616
Supervision in the Small City School SystemIrons
622
Discussion
630
The County School NurseJohnstone
634
The Work and Value of the Helping TeacherScott
642
Educational Readjustments Following the Wararris
649
Howto Teach Pupils That Democracy Involves Duties as well as RightsMfras
658
How to Teach Pupils to Respect the Rights of OthersBlake 665 Report of the Committee on Economy of Time
668
Report of the Subcommittee on CurriculumYocutn
717
Treasurers Report June 1 ioi8toMay 311919Matthews
741
Chart Showing Membership Growth
747

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