Page images
PDF
EPUB

PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL

Published monthly, except July and August, by the Pennsylvania State Education Association JAMES HERBERT Kelley, Editor RACHEL SARAH TURNER, Assistant Editor

JOHN PIERSOL MCCASKEY, Editor Emeritus
COMMITTEE ON EDITORIAL POLICY

Ezra Lehman, William M. Davidson, J. GEORGE BECHT, U. L. Gordy

THE PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL is a member of the Educational Press Association of America and is published in accordance with the standards of that organization. The JOURNAL is also a member of the Service Bureau of State Education Associations, 505 Youngerman Building, Des Moines, Iowa, which is its direct representative in the national advertising field.

The payment of the annual dues of $1.00 entitles a member to attend all the meetings of the Association and its departments, to vote for delegates to the House of Delegates, to hold office and to receive the JOURNAL monthly and other publications and services approved by the Executive Council.

Subscription to non-members is $2.00 a year; single copies, 25 cents. Advertising rates on application. Members are requested to report promptly changes of address, giving old as well as new address. PENNSYLVANIA STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

President

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

First Vice President, Er Officio.
Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ex Officio.

PRESIDENTS OF DEPARTMENTS

Ezra Lehman, Shippensburg William M. Davidson, Pittsburgh .J. George Becht, Harrisburg

John A. H. Keith, Indiana, College and Teacher Training Victor Oswald, Hazle Township, Hazleton, Music
George A. Grim, Nazareth, County Superintendence Joseph I. Stubbs, West Grove, Rural School
Ben G. Graham, New Castle, District Superintendence J. N. Waugaman, Scottdale, Supervising Principals
James R. Gilligan, Scranton, Graded School
Arthur J. Blewitt, East Stroudsburg, Vocational
George D. Robb, Altoona, High School
Education and Practical Arts

[blocks in formation]

THE TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH AND CITIZENSHIP IN ADULT CLASSES. J. M. Berkey

........

203

BENEFITS AND PRINCIPLES OF EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Anna E. Cannon.. 206
SUPERINTENDENTS AND NORMAL SCHOOL PRINCIPALS CONFER.....
INEQUALITY IN ABILITY TO SUPPORT PUBLIC EDUCATION. J. C. Werner..
THE BOYS' CITIZENS CLUB OF ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA. J. L. Coughlin.
EDITORIAL SECTION

On to Erie-Local Branches-Tenure Committee-Legislative Committee-Cincinnati Convention-The Pittsburgh Fall Meeting-Modern Language Teachers-Langley Association of Science Teachers-Conference of State Congress of Mothers and Parent Teacher Associations Meeting of Fayette County School Directors-State School Directors' AssociationPrizes and Scholarships-December Teachers' Meeting-Robert C. Shaw-Golden Rule Sunday-Bond Issues-Merry Christmas-A. E. Maltby-Five Great Achievements of Woodrow Wilson-Harriet W. Sheppard-M. J. Miller

PROGRAM OF THE ERIE CONVENTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

The Pennsylvania School Employes' Retirement System-Attendance Certificates and SealsCollege and University Enrollment-Music Memory Contest

NEW BOOKS

PERTINENT PAMPHLETS

NOTES AND NEWS

NECROLOGY

CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN

CALENDAR

207

209

210

211

223

237

241

247

248

254

256

256

[graphic]

PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL

Published monthly, except July and August, by the Pennsylvania State Education Association JAMES HERBERT KELLEY, Editor RACHEL SARAH TURNER, Assistant Editor

JOHN PIERSOL McCaskey, Editor Emeritus
COMMITTEE ON EDITORIAL POLICY

EZRA LEHMAN, William M. DAVIDSON, J. GEORGE BECHT, U. L. GORDY

THE PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL is a member of the Educational Press Association of America and is published in accordance with the standards of that organization. The JOURNAL is also a member of the Service Bureau of State Education Associations, 505 Youngerman Building, Des Moines, Iowa, which is its direct representative in the national advertising field.

The payment of the annual dues of $1.00 entitles a member to attend all the meetings of the Association and its departments, to vote for delegates to the House of Delegates, to hold office and to receive the JOURNAL monthly and other publications and services approved by the Executive Council.

Subscription to non-members is $2.00 a year; single copies, 25 cents. Advertising rates on application. Members are requested to report promptly changes of address, giving old as well as new address.

[blocks in formation]

Bruce M. Watson....

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PROPOSED CHILD LABOR AMENDMENT.
OBJECTIVES FOR THE SPECIAL CLASS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Francis N. Maxfield..
SPEED UP. Cora French Boulton..

AN EDUCATIONAL GOLD MINE. Harry C. McKown..

269

273

275

276

279

281

283

285

.....

TEACHING OUR EUROPEAN BACKGROUND IN RURAL SCHOOLS. Arthur D. Cromwell..
THE RELATION BETWEEN THE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND THE SCHOOL. Adeline B. Zachert
INEQUALITY IN EFFORT TO SUPPORT PUBLIC EDUCATION. J. C. Werner.
EDITORIAL SECTION

......

........

The Erie Convention-Local Branches-"New School Buildings" Number of the "Journal" -Cincinnati Convention-Interscholastic Forensic Society-Honor Roll in School SavingsState Association of School Board Secretaries-Cochran Junior High School, JohnstownWorld Federation of Education Associations-New Leechburg High School-Art Education in Northampton County-Meeting of Deans of Women-The Presidential Election-Hollis Dann-Athletics and Morals-Prizes and Scholarships-Education Week-Semi-Monthly Pay Schedule at Dunmore-Bayard Taylor-Thrift Week-Better Speech Week-Lives of Great Men, Lincoln and Washington-Magazine Articles of Interest to Teachers-David Starr Jordan Wins Peace Award-International Debating-School Publications-Cora E. EverettCharles A. Wagner

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

The New Field Service-State School Employes Retired-Aids in Geography Teaching-
Pre-professional Examinations

[blocks in formation]

302

306

312

313

320

320

321

321

[graphic]

PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL

Published monthly, except July and August, by the Pennsylvania State Education Association J. HERBERT KELLEY, Editor RACHEL SARAH TURNER, Assistant Editor

JOHN PIERSOL McCaskey, Editor Emeritus
COMMITTEE ON EDITORIAL POLICY

JESSIE GRAY, EZRA LEHMAN, J. GEORGE BECHT, FRANK H. KRAMER

THE PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL is a member of the Educational Press Association of America and is published in accordance with the standards of that organization. The JOURNAL is also a member of the Service Bureau of State Education Associations, 505 Youngerman Building, Des Moines, Iowa, which is its direct representative in the national advertising field.

The payment of the annual dues of $1.00 entitles a member to attend all the meetings of the Association and its departments, to vote for delegates to the House of Delegates, to hold office and to receive the JOURNAL monthly and other publications and services approved by the Executive Council.

Subscription to non-members is $2.00 a year; single copies, 25 cents. Advertising rates on application. Members are requested to report promptly changes of address, giving old as well as new address.

[blocks in formation]

John C. Wagner, Treasurer, Carlisle. John R. Helwig, Assistant Treasurer of the Permanent Fund, Allentown J. Herbert Kelley, Executive Secretary, 10 S. Market Square, Harrisburg

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors]

341

343

345

....

347.

348

LOCAL EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES FROM COLLEGE TEACHER TRAINING CLASSES. John D. Brooks

....

FACULTY MEETINGS. S. A. McDaniel
CHIEF CORNPLANTER. H. L. Blair..
REMEDIAL MEASURES IN SILENT READING. Claude Mitchell.
EDITORIAL SECTION

......

Jessie Gray-Miss Gray's Inaugural Address-P. S. E. A. Permanent Headquarters-Legislative Program for 1925-Open Letter to Legislators-Tenure Bill-Retirement Board Election -Lucy W. Glass-The Erie Convention-House of Delegates-Business Session of the P. S. E. A.-P. S. E. A. Officers for 1925-Official Delegates, Erie Convention-Council on Educational Methods-All College Dinner-Vocational Education Luncheon-Local BranchesCincinnati Convention-Harry R. Allen-The County Unit Plan-New Department Members -Elizabeth Township, Allegheny County-Prizes and Scholarships-N. E. A. Honor RollResolution of the Indiana Branch of the P. S. E. A.-John G. Dengler Memorial NEW BOOKS

......

[blocks in formation]

375

377

378

384

384

384

385

« ՆախորդըՇարունակել »