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THE

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.

A Monthly Record and Review.

JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1917.

VOLUME XXXIX NEW SERIES.
(VOLUME XLIX OLD SERIES.)

LONDON: WILLIAM RICE, JUNIOR, LUDGATE BROADWAY, E.C. 4.

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PAGES 1 to 68 are in the January number; 69 to 128, February; 129 to 188, March; 189 to 248, April; 249 to 304, May; 305 to 380, June; 381 to 448, July; 449 to 496, August; 497 to 568, September; 569 to 632, October; 633 to 688, November; 689 to 748, December.

[A.] indicates titles of Articles; [C.] Correspondence; [O.] Obituary notices.

A. D. S., It Rains [A.], 513.

'A. M.," The Division of the Spoil [A.], 621. Abelard, 27.

ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY-bequest, 718; Chancellor

ship, 288, 482: degrees, post-graduate in education, 288 engineering department, 102; lord rectorship. 718; memorial re examination for Indian and Provincial Civil Services, 288; superannuation, 718.

Abbott, Dr., 701.

Academy of scientific pedagogy, 139.
Accuracy, neglect in school teaching, 645.
Acland, Mr. A., and Association of Teachers of
Domestic Subjects, 118.

Acquired characters, Prof. Adams on inheritance of, 510.

Adams, Prof. J., on driving forces in education, 508.
Adolescence, Dr. S. Paget on, 557.

Advanced courses-scheme, 527; science group, 462.
Advertisements-for window cleaner and teacher,
238; of charitable institution, 234.
Aeronautics, diploma course, 202.
Aeroplane kinematics, 462.

Age, for differentiation, 140.

Age-limit-school, 199. 278, 335, 479, 507, 525, 556, 643, 645, 646; girls', 410; Scotland, 288; view of Borough Education Committees, 320. Agriculture taught in-Ireland, 486, 682; Ontario schools, 468; Queen's University, Belfast, 104. Air raids, and dismissal of schools, 400.

Alington, Rev. A., on public schools and scientists, 644. Ammonia, synthesis, 581.

**An Old Fogey," Notes on Education [A.], 14. Andromeda nebula, 581.

INDEX.

Anglo-French Society, The, inaugural meeting. 738.
Anecdotes-mother's going without, 234; Radley, 677.
Appleton. Mr. W. A., on the workers' view of
education, 116.
Appointments (see names of individuals, Universities,
colleges, and schools).

Archæological Aids to Classical Studies [A.), 686.
Architectural Association, open to women, 514.
Arithmetic, Practice v. Theory, 645.

Art schools, State-aided training, 153.
Art Teachers' Guild, 122.

Art Work in Schools, by G. H. Hooper [A.], 180.
Assistant mistress, work and position, 80.
Assistant Mistress's Treadmill, The (A. Garrett)
[C.], 628.
ASSOCIATIONS:-

Assistant Masters-conference on Government
scheme, 467: meeting, 42; program, 470:
resolutions, 123.
Assistant Mistresses, Miss Burstall's address,
117.
Directors and Secretaries for Education, opinion
of Fisher Education Bill, 646.
Head Masters, deputation to Mr. Fisher, 527;
meeting, 119; Mr. Fisher's letter to re new
regulations, 579; report, 480.
Head Mistresses-annual conference, 325; protest
re suppression of report on Leed's Training
College, 509.
Moral and Social Hygiene, lecture on position
of women under English law, 649.
Public School Science Masters-annual meeting,
646, 701: discussions, 121, 701; Eton meet-
ing, 82.

Reform of Latin Teaching, establishes Archæo-
logical Aids Committee, 686.

Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College
of Music, 465; awards, 326.
Science Teachers, 123. (See Science Teachers'
Association.)

Teachers in Technical Institutions, Council's
minimum scale of salaries, 560.
Teachers of Domestic Subjects, 118.
Technical Institutions, resolutions, 326.
Athletics, worship in public schools, 595.
Atomic theory, 462.

Attention, by W. H. C. [A.], 736.

Austen, The Centenary of Jane, by S. P. B. Mais [A.], 463. Auto-wheels, 263.

Bancroft, E. M., Domesday Pages, 1917 [A.], 408.
Bangor University College, gift, 265.

Bangor University Court, honorary degrees, 481.
Bath, Educational Reading Society, 19.

Bazin, M. Jacques [O.], 94.

Beauty, in schoolrooms, 557.

Bedford Modern School, head mastership, 94. Belfast, London University Matriculation candidates at, 681.

BELFAST, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY-endowment of chair in Russian language and literature, 288; gifts for, 265, 326; lectures on agriculture and horticulture, 104; medical school, 288; parliamentary representation, 718; senate's call for reorganization of secondary education, 444.

Bell, late Canon G. C., as Inspector, 677.
Bellin-Carter, L., The Encouragement of Drawing at
Preparatory Schools [A.], 623.
Biblical Study, Fifteenth Vacation Term, 402.
Bill, The Education [A.], 525.
Bills-Education, failure of three, 678; Education

(Fisher) of 1917 and information re any private school, 594; effect on Welsh education, 538; exposition of, 516; main provisions, 507; Mr. Fisher on his, 643; non-contentious items, 653; omissions criticized, 646; opinions of Association of Directors and Secretaries for Education, 646; opposition and approved provisions of Education Committee of County Councils Association, 645 prospects, 711; question of science, 509: teachers' disappointment at withdrawal, 678; withdrawal, 646, 653, 704, 708. Biology, study re parentage, education, citizenship, 322. BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY Dr. K. Wichmann's

resignation, 209. Birthday Honours, names of recipients, 400. Bishops, regret at postponement of Education Bill, 654. Board of Agriculture-and agricultural education, 322; economy leaflets, 94.

Board of Education-Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer, 682; deputation from higher secondary schools, 459; functions, 322; "further " draft, 199; transference, 393.

Board of Inventions and Research, members nonpublic-school men, 644.

Books of the Month, 58, 124, 181, 206, 266, 326, 439, 466, 564, 601, 682. 740.

Borough Education Committees, views on educational
problems, 320.
Botanical Research Fund, donation by Dr. E. N.
Thomas, 216.

Bournemouth, appointment of head mistress of new
school. 649.
Boy-interests of London, 555; the human, 18.
Boys, self-government and "The Play Way." 655.
Boys and girls, professors' ignorance of, 80.
Boys, Julian M., Girl Guides (A.), 514.
Bracken, rhizomes as food, 144.

Brereton, Mr. Cloudesley, on modern educational
reforms of King Alfred School Society, 265.
Bridges, Dr., on ideal college, 81.
Brighton, new salary scale for teachers, 644.
Bristol Merchant Venturers' Technical College-
appointment of lecturer on Russian, 94; war
bonus to teachers, 266.

BRISTOL UNIVERSITY

Faculty of Engineering, scholarships, 590: Sandwich" scheme for training engineers, 148. British Academy-Cromer prize competition, 265: election of President, 466.

British Association, meeting postponed, 263.
British Science Guild and Education Bill, 708.

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Bryce, Lord, on classical studies, 369.
Burma, University needed, 184.

Burstall, Miss, on Girls' Schools in the New Era,"
117.
Bushido doctrine, 677.

Butler, A. J., Memoir of, 370.

Byron, Lord, appreciation in Russia, 513.

Cadmore, E., A Solid Foundation [A.]. 620. Caldecott Community School, 542. Cambridge-Perse School, Mr. Cook's methods at, 655; Training College for Women, 590. Cambridge Higher Local Examination and the Oxford School of Modern Languages [A.], 654. Cambridge Higher Locals French Paper-(A. D. Cusin) [C.], 480; protest against [C.], 404. Cambridge Local Examinations-class lists, 94: regulations for senior French, 326; Time-Table (Head Master) [C.], 402. Cambridge Review, 100. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

donation for school of Spanish, 326; freshmen matriculated, 650; gift, 100 lectures, 100: military record, 100; Trinity College, bequest, 223. Camps-children's open-air, 265; classes, 586. Canada-industrial and technical schools, 468; Ontario, educational progress 468, teacher's choice of textbooks, Superannuation Act, 511; Sir W. C. Macdonald's work for education, 396; University Extension, summer schools and women on School Boards, 87. Canadian history, teaching of, 398. Canadians at English Universities, 395.

Cape of Good Hope-bilingual schools, 64; corporal punishment, 441; educational progress, 184, 441; evening continuation classes for girls, 64; report of Acting Superintendent-General of Education, Sept. 30, 1915, 586.

Cardiff, six teachers conscientious objectors, 348.
Cardiff High School head mastership, 348.
Cardiff University College-annual report, 681;
funds, 185.

Carnegie Trust-286; publication of musical compositions, 292: model welfare centres, 630. Catherine II of Russia, 513.

Central rural schools, 556.

Certificates, scheme of school, 526.

Civil Service, estimates, 232.

Civil Service, higher examinations-age for Indian,
580: committee of revisers, 14; examination
marks (Division I), 265: report, 507, 509.
Civil Service Examinations, the Treasury Com-
mittee on (report) [A... 527.

Coal-economy, 202; gas for motors, 702.

Cobb, W. F., D.D., Can Religion be Taught? [A.],

55.

College of Preceptors, election to council, 153.
Colleges (see Universities and Schools, and under
towns).

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De Sélincourt, Agnes [O.], 606.

Degree Courses in Modern Languages (R. A.
Williams), (S. A. Richards) [C.], 125.
Denmark, classes of schools, and progressive educa-
tional methods, 508.

Derzhavin, description of Russian life in eighteenth
century, 512.

Diploma Student, The, by A. Fisher, D.Lit., M.A.
[A.]. 29: (W. Trentham) [C.], 185.

Direct Method of teaching Latin at Cheltenham

Ladies' College, 238.

Direct Method Teacher, The Interests of the (W.
Rippmann) [C.], 184.

Discipline, class, 373.

Division of the Spoil, The, by "A.M.," 621.

Domesday Pages, 1917, by E. M. Bancroft [A.], 408.

Domestic Science, and scholarship examinations, 272.

Domestic Studies, National Council for, 737.

Domestic subjects, need of teachers, 580.

Dover College, 587.

Drawing at Preparatory Schools, The Encourage-
ment of, by L. lin-Carter [A.], 623.
Dublin-Alexandra College art lectures. 718; Guild
conference, 352: Irish Convention's first meeting,
484; meals for necessitous school children. 232;
Municipal Technical Schools, and training of
apprentices, 234.

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DUBLIN UNIVERSITY-degrees conferred, 104, 232;
election of M.P., 104, 186, 681; members serving.
wounded, killed and decorated, 350.
Trinity College appointment, 588: degree ex-
aminations awards, 66; degrees of graduates
serving, 186; medical degrees, 588: memorial
service. 484; officers elected, 718; scholarships,
444, 718.

University College-memorial to Prof. T. M.
Kettle, 104: resolution against honorary degrees,

232.

Edinburgh Association's hostels for women students,
444.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY-appointment,681; Bachelor

of Education degree, and diploma in education,

102 bequests, 186, 223: Carnegie Trust and

superannuation, 482; chair in French 681, French

and medical chemistry 288. 350, 444, 681, Ger-

man 444, 681; chapel for the University, 350;

degree in Commerce. 102, 288, 350, 482, 681;

degrees, honorary, 288, for Mr. W. H. Page,

681; development after the War, 350; education

and graduation in Arts, 482, 718: expenditure,
102; lectures 66, on Russian literature 288; lecture-
ships in Spanish and Italian, 681; Lord Rector,
718; matriculation students, 102; members serv-
ing. 102; serving, distinguished and killed, 588;
memorandum on Indian Civil Service report,
482: Sir W. W. Cheyne elected M.P., 588.

Education-adult, 708; and industrial efficiency, 14;
and leisure, 580; annual conference at Bedford
College, 265: continued, 278. 259. 335; effect on
labour supply. 643; control by provincial areas,
344, 522; debate by Bishops, 461; decentralization
of authorities, 321; general or specialized, 79;
heuristic methods in general, 475; ignorance
and intellectual lethargy hindrances, 394; indus-
trial, 119; instruments of culture, 266: Irish,
186; lectures on newer ideals, 587; Lewis Com-
mittee's report, 259; Lord Gainford's statement
of position in 1914, 138; Mr. Fisher on. 643; Mr.
H. J. Mackinder on need for practicalness, 121;
Mr. Toyne's program for boys', 79; Mr. W. E.
Ford's philosophy of, 657; opinions of Board
School, 266; part of local civil administration,
461 Principal A. Williamson on future of Irish,
590; problems of construction and reconstruction
discussed at Oxford, 557; Prof. Findlay on, 116;
Prof. J. Adams on driving forces, 508; pro-
grams of education officials, 320; reconstruc-
tion programs, 321; reconstruction" mis-
used term. 393; reform, Mr. Cook's theories,
655: reforms in organization, 117; religious, 321;
simplicity in, 15; Sir H. Craik on Scottish, 186;
subjects average boy should know, 646; system
of transfers, 370; workers' views, 116, 336; work-
ing men's demands, 117.

Education, New Ideals in, annual conference on,
466.

Education, Scientific and Humane [A.], 679.

Education after the War, recommendations of
London Education Committee, 260.
Education and Sex (T. Bonwick, B.A.) C.], 63.
Education authority, relationship to University, 676.
Education Bill (Fisher) 1917 (see Bills).
Education estimates 1917-18, 209.
Education rates, uniformity, 322.
Education Reform, 205.

Education Reform-[A.], 526; (G. F. Daniell) [C.),
626.

Education Reform Council-116; program, 14; report
465; schemes, 325.

Educational administration, 480.
Educational Associations-annual conference, 79
115; Directory of, 175. 234; report, 261.
Educational laboratories, need for, 557.
Educational policy, report of Head Masters, 461.
Educational Reformers, Four Living, by Agra [A.],
57.

Educational research, 526.

Educational work, half-time in, 699.

Elementary School Children, The Physical Condition

of. [A.], 181.

Elementary-school teachers, War bonus granted to

London, 395; Board of Education's suggestions

for, 699.

Elementary schools-advanced courses, 507; cor-
porate life, 92; curriculum, 142; development of
public, 507; inefficiency, 620; place in education,
140; practical instruction, 507; provision, 321;
reforms and differentiation, 15; technical civics
teaching, 320; University women teachers in, 200.

Elizabeth, Queen of Roumania, 620.

Empire in Schools, The, by E. M. White [A.), 398.

Engineering, boys' preparation, 119.

Engineers, scheme for training, 148.

English, A Plea for, by S. P. B. Mais [A.]. 705.

English and German characteristics contrasted, 460.
English Association, The-general meeting, 438: pro-

vision for study of English, 522; Sir S. Colvin on
Keats's poetry, 587.
English in Secondary Schools (English Specialist)
[C.], 480.

English nation, intellectual weaknesses, 394.
English to Junior Classes, An Experiment in the
Teaching of [A.], by E. Tant, 560.
Epidemics in boarding schools, 584.
Equal Pay for Equal Work (E. A. Heckford) [C.], 520.
Escott, Miss, on teachers and civic life, 409.
Esperantist Society. The Church, 209.

Eton College-beagles, 262; Dr. Lyttelton's farewell,
19; memorial to fallen, 153; specialization statis-
tics, 321.

Eurhythmics-value, 122; Dalcroze, demonstrations,

373, 402 (see Dalcroze Society).

Eurhythmics, The End of Dalcroze, by Prof. J. J.

Findlay [A.. 16.

Examinations-alternative in modern languages, 260

Cambridge University Teachers' Training Syndicate in Theory and Practice of Teaching, 154; Christmas Certificate, 153; competitive for Civil Service. 595; extension of oral, 13; in Local Colleges, 199; Indian Civil Service, 583; L.C.C. internal in elementary schools, 153; National Agricultural Examination Board, 153; oral, 527; report of Treasury Committee on Civil Service, 507; viva voce advocated, 557; written, for science students in Ireland, 232. Examinations Council, The Proposed (A.), 407. Examiner, Memories of an Old A.], 677.

F. S., Horace: Odes I, 37, 223.

F. W. B., A Christmas Message, 30.

Faraday House Engineering College, scholarships, 266.

Faraday House Journal, education for the average boy, 646.

Faraday's electro-magnetic discoveries, 263. Findlay, Prof. J. J.-lectures on reconstruction problems. 587; on the way to an educated democracy, 116; The End of Dalcroze Eurhythmics [A.], 16. Fisher, A., D.Lit., M.A., The Diploma Student [A.). 29.

Fisher, Mr. H. A. L.-address to Richmond Teachers' Association, 654; answer to question on Leeds Training College, 645; concern for juvenile war workers, 646; gist of Education Bill, 199: inaugural address at Conference of New Ideals, 555: Lord Haldane on, 461; Master of Balliol's pride in. 94; New Regulations for Secondary Schools A... 527; on administrative clauses of Education Bill, 654; on continuation schools. 95; on demand for leisure, 581: on girls' secondary schools, 649, 653; on new regulations for secondary schools, 579; on teaching French to boys, 465; on Welsh National Council, 60 on women teachers. 200: President of Board of Education, 11, 13; proposal re education grant, 262; reforms. 137; reply to deputation from higher secondary schools, 459; represents India Office, 699: speeches 259, at Newcastle-on-Tyne 396. in Wales 680, on education and child welfare 643. to Church-school teachers 699; visit to Wales. 588.

Fisher's Proposals, Mr. A.), 277. Fletcher, S. S. F. [O.), 24.

Fogerty, Miss Elsie, anuual demonstration, 411; Summer school of Speech Training, 465.

Food, calories needed, 16.

Food control, vague orders, 393.

Food production, assistance of elementary school children and teachers, 208, 232.

Ford. Mr. W. E., philosophy of life and education, 657.

Four Living Educational Reformers [A.]. 57. France-Agrégation d'anglais, 702; anti-alcoholic instruction, 86; Baccalauréat examination in languages. 210; bequests and gifts for educational purposes. 585: brevet d'enseignement primaire supérieur, 647: commission on use of kinematograph in instruction, 647: certificat d'études primaires, 183; Conseil des maîtres (Masters' Meeting), 373; Continuation Bill, 279, 440, 511; continuation obligatory, 86; Diplôme secondaire des jeunes filles, 212; école pri maire unique, 511; Education, articles on La morale Allemande and L'enseignement de l'esthétique, 647; education, discussions on, 511 essay on discipline in Revue Universitaire, 373; head master's rights, 511; international law and German violations, 585, languages offered by Saint-Cyr candidates, 193: law studies for girls. 585; Ligue maritime competition, 280; modern languages teaching, 63, 210: Nancy schools bombarded, 702; orphans of the War, 280; physical education, 511; posts and training for wounded. 86; relations with U.S.A.. 467 retraite pédagogique, 280; revolutions, 30; Revue Pédagogique. L'Ecole en Alsace reconquise" 647, moral education 702. on language and the War 467; school during the War, 86: status of women teachers married to foreigners, 183; teaching of Spanish, 212: U.S.A. intervention in War. 373; vocationalism, 647, 702: "Wards of the Nation war children, 585; war's effect on school population. 183; women after the War, 212; women pharmacists and printers in Braille, 183; women secondary teachers and degrees, 86: women's education and Mme Crouzet's masculine, 440; women's new vocations, 467; young offenders, 440.

France and Italy, teachers interchanged, 511.
French and Latin, preference in schools, 480.
French in London and Elsewhere [A.]. 735.
French language-free composition test, 460, 522;
place in teaching, 260; teaching condemned by
Mr. Fisher, 465.

French Lecturer at Oxford (M. L. Hart) [C.], 680. French poetry, reading, 400.

French Theatre Association, Classical, 518.

Frightfulness, The Will to Power as the Justifica-
tion of, by G. E. S. Coxhead [A.], 324.
Froebel Society-119; annual general meeting, 325.
Gainford, Lord, award re War bonus for London
primary teachers, 395.
Games," unwelcome tyranny of," 557.
Gardening-by children, potato growing,
special number of The Smallholder, 205.
Gardening, School, by E. C. Matthews [A.], 82.
Garnett, Dr. W., on continuation schools, provincial
boards, and science teaching, 117.

Garvin, Mr. J. L., on qualification in journalism, 203.
Gatliff, Mrs. G. [O.], 94.
Geographical Association - aims of geographical
teaching, 88; meeting, 121.

Geology, and strategy of War, 322.
German Credulity, Observations on [A.1, 323.
German in our Schools, The Future of, by F. E.
Sandbach [A.], 219.

examinations, 265, 708; taught

German Language to prisoners, 63. German Letters, A Lord of, by S. Walton A.], 207. Germans and Rome, The Ancient, by A. H. Davis [A.], 397.

140;

Germany-Einheitsschule, 467; ignorance of, 461; report of foreign studies, 137; rupture with U.S.A., 280: soulless, 200; Spielhagen's anticipation of dirigibles, submarines, high-explosive bombs. 648: Universities, statistics before the War, 586; women University students, 280, 648. Germany's Economic Position (G. B. Dibblee) [C.], 628.

Girl, working class, need of women to influence, 585. Girl Guides-704; by Julian M. Boys A.], 514. Girl worker and problem of continuation, 584. Girls-interests of, 556; need longer time for study than boys, 117; village mothers' views of education, 556.

Girls' Clubs and continuation work, 584.

Girls' Patriotic Union of Secondary Schools, 518. Girls' Public Day School Trust and work of Miss Mary Gurney, 645.

Glasgow Provincial Committee, training of teachers. 66.

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY-appointment of Mr. H. G. Brennan, M.A., to lectureship in Russian, 350; bequests, 482. 681: colonial and imperial history teaching, 186; commerce courses 482. faculty 718; death of Mr. C. Latham, Professor of Mining, 681, Sir D. C. McVail 717; degree in education, 66; Divinity teaching, 482; grants, 286; honorary degree of LL.D. for Dr. Smuts, 482; honorary degrees conferred, 444; lectures, 102: legacy and gift, 186; M. R. Poincaré's extended rectorship, 681; Marshall Chair of Modern Languages, 66: medical students, members serving. 718: naval architecture bursaries endowment, 350; new French and German chairs, 348; research workers, 444; Russian Institute, 102; teachers of Russian, 681; war distinctions 718, for M. Charles Martin 186. Glass-blowing, use of Meker burner, 396. Goethe, 207.

Government aid, the W.E.A. and, 12. Government Departments, Englishmen's prejudice against, 643.

Grammar, A Sound Knowledge of (E. Creagh Kittson) [C.], 522. Grants-education, 199, 643; and increase for office staff, 644 and teachers' salaries agitation, 646; continuation schools, 201; proportional, 260, 262; provision of supplementary. 621; secondary schools, 263, 319. 410, 441, 459, 507, (Irish) 540; under Fisher Education Bill, 481, 645, 699; Scotch, 482; Welsh, 346, 441, 411, 588.

Greek language-compulsory, 120, 123; defence of, 95; futile study, 19; head masters' resolution re, 19; increased interest in study, 369. Greene, Miss H. C., 516.

Gurney, Miss Mary, resolution of regret at loss, 645. Haes, Dulcie Ethel [O.], 24.

Haldane, Viscount-on education, 209; on education controlled by provincial areas, 344; on interest in education, 461, 475. Half-timers-678; Lancashire and West Riding worst, 628. Hall, Mr. A. D., F.R.S., on science teaching, 120. Hallam, G. H., A Philomath in Kennedy's Reign, Г A.), 263. Handwork, discussion on desirability of teaching, 473, 518. Handwriting of elementary- and public-school boys, 645.

Harrow School-bequest, 94; memorial fund and free education for sons and relatives of fallen, 336. Hatton, Mr. R. G., ideas on central rural schools, 556.

Head Master, "The Loom of Youth" [A.], 595. Head Masters' Conference-19; detailed report, 583 subjects discussed, 579.

Head Masters' warning circular to parents, 94.
Head Mistresses' Conference with Society of Oxford
Women Tutors, 272.

Head Teacher, A, A Day in an Industrial School [A.]. 203.

Health-care for children's, 479; report of Deptford Health Centre for 1916, 265.

Health, Royal Institute of Public, lectures, 265.
High-School Mistress Happy and Content, A (F. M.
Knipe) [C.], 679.
Historical Association-discussion on aim and scope
of teaching. 122: discussion on imperial versus
foreign history teaching, 80.
History-new regulations re teaching, 460; teaching
of naval, 460.

History of the Nineteenth Century, The [A.], 558.
Holiday Courses-foreign languages, 205; Oxford,
London University College and Bedford College,
630.
Holiday Resorts booklet, 205.
Homilies, school, 200.

Honaga, Prof. S., The Principle and Practice of
Shinto [A., 677.

Hooper, G. H., Art Work in Schools (A.). 180. Horticulture as a School Subject, Wanted (A. Johnston) C.], 62.

How We Learn" (W. H. S. Jones) [C.], 628. Humanism and humanities-Oxford Vice-Chancellor on, 12 terminology, 11. Humour-cider allowance and sugar for beer, 465; classical translation from public school camp, 587; Edinburgh, 465; withdrawal of Education Bill of 1896. 648.

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India-appointment of Indian professors. 618; Calcutta University Commission. 581; decline in University education, 648; defects in education, 470: domestic instruction for girls not needed, 87; history teaching of, 398; models of poisonous snakes, 87; mosquito destruction, 586; Mysore University 703, magazine, 648; primary school described in Indian Education, 184; Punjab educational report, 376; report of education, 1915-16, 470; Royal Commission on Public Services in, 594 scientific and industrial education, 586; student as politician, 586, 703.

Indian Civil Service-age of admission, 580, 583; and secondary school course, 583: protest of St. Andrews University, 395; Recruitment for, The [A.], 594.

Indian Schools, Promotion in [A.], 123.

Industrial research, aided by Provincial Council, 676. Industrial School, A Day in an, by A Head Teacher [A.], 203.

Industrial schools, control, 646.

Industrial training, facilities for, 140.

Industry, co-operation with technological institutions, 581.

Infant welfare, 118.

Inoculation, immunity by, 510.

Inspection of schools-507; obligatory on all, 526; private, 526, 594.

Instrumentalists," a force in education, 508. Ireland-advance in agricultural and technical education, 682: Agriculture and Technical Instruction Departments, summer courses, 486; Blackrock Technical Institute, 682; clerical management of schools, 486; Commissioner of National Education, appointment. 352; Convention praised by Mr. A. Samuels, 681; education grants, 232, 288, 446, 484, 486, 540, 718; educational problems, 186; Feis Ceoil competitions, 352; Intermediate Education Board's endowment 446, income 484, pass and prize list 588, report 66, 682, report of Commissioners 484; Irish Art Schools exhibition, 186 Irish National School Teachers' Organization on teachers' salaries, 288; leaving certificate, 484; Leinster College of Irish, 590; loyalty in Irish schools. 446; meals for necessitous school children, 186; national school higher grade certificates, 446; national teachers' salaries, 486 National Teachers' Organization's resolutions, 590; National University, and recommendations of Board of Studies 232, appointments 66. claims of 718, conferment of medical degrees 681, vice-chancellorship 66; no Education Bill, 232; Oireachtas, 486; parliamentary representation of Universities,718; playgrounds and food production, 186; position of lay teachers in monastic and convent national schools, 486; primary education 66, report of Commissioners for 191516 352; protest re primary education and teachers' payment. 540; report on education in commercial and industrial centres, 352: secondary education, 104, 484, 682, and Registration Council 444, financial provision 350; teachers' share of grant, 682; teaching profession, 186; teachers' war bonus, 232; Ulster Head Masters' statement re Intermediate Board's changes, 588.

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