The Journal of Education, Volumen 73

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W. Stewart & Company, 1941
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DEMOCRATIC NOTE IN EDUCATIONAL LITERATURE
36
25 school meals 25 61 266 351 505 543
37
SHAME OF CULTURE By C E M Joad
43
WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ? By W B Curry
49
EMPIRE AND FOREIGN NEWS
56
DIES FASTI ET NEFASTI by F Maw A 176
61
EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF DEMOCRACY THE W
64
DIRECTORATE OF PHYSICAL RECREATION THE A
67
FEBRUARY 1941
73
EDUCATION and the new order 1 37 Royal Com
74
Board of Education and the Royal Academy Schools
103
UNDER FOUR TUDORS E W Perry 12s 6d net
110
PUBLIC SCHOOLBOYS COMMENTS
117
THE TEACHING OF FRENCH By L E Genissieux
124
AIR TRAINING CORPS the new scheme 38 100 312
130
MINIATURE WHITEHALLS W A Brockington C
133
LIFE IN School W P Percival Province
138
AMERICA teachers constitutional rights 96 report
140
MINISTRY OF HEALTH Circular 2294 on billeting
145
TOWARD A LITERATE WORLD F Laubach
152
SCEPTRED ISLE THE G Wilson Knight ls net
159
APPOINTMENTS 546
169
NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN WARTIME AND AFTER
171
ARNOLD E Educational Research C 136
191
ALL ABOARD FOR ARARAT H G Wells 3s 6d net
210
Fund for Educational Research 223
219
NOTES AND COMMENTS
223
EDUCATION AREAS reorganization of 282
227
TEXTBOOK OF ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
245
EDUCATION IN SCOTLAND A 530
264
NATIONAL SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE J Dick
268
Rasmussen trans G C Whecler B Miall
281
EIRE Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
284
YOUTH SERVICE By Leslie R Missen
288
EDITIONS OF THE Classics By E H Blakeney
294
EMPIRE AND FOREIGN News
302
New HISTORY Tue by F J C Hearnshaw A 404
306
TOPICS AND EVENTS
310
THE BASIS OF AGREEMENT By the Bishop of Peterborough
315
TEACHING OF ORAL ENGLISH THE H E Palmer
316

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