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PAUL MONROE, Ph.D.
PROFESSOR OF THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION, TEACHERS COLLEGE
ELMER E. BROWN, PH.D., LL.D.. President of New York University. HIGHER AND
EDUCATION EDWARD F. BUCHNER, PH.D. . . Professor of Education and Philoso BIOGRAPHY,
phy, Johns Hopkins University, PhilosoPHY
Hygiene, Clark University, Worces
ter, Mass. GABRIEL COMPAYRÉ
Inspector General of Public Instruc- EDUCATION IN
tion, Paris; Member of the Insti- FRANCE
tute of France. ElLWOOD P. CUBBERLEY, Pa.D. Head of Department of Education, EDUCATIONAL
Leland Stanford Junior University, ADMINISTRATION
Stanford University, Cal. John DEWEY, Ph.D., LL.D. Professor of Philosophy, Columbia PhilosoPHY OF
University, New York City. EDUCATION CHARLES H. JUDD, Ph.D., LL.D.. Director School of Education, Uni- PsychoLOGY
versity of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. ARTHUR F. LEACH.
Charity Commissioner for England MIDDLE AGES,
and Wales, St. James, London. REFORMATION WILL S. MONROE, A.B. .
Professor of Psychology and History BIOGRAPHY,
of Education, State Normal School, AMERICAN
Montclair, N.J. J. E. G. DE MONTMORENCY, M.A., LL.B. Barrister-at-Law, London; Assist- History Of
ant Editor, The Contemporary Re- EDUCATIONAL view.
ADMINISTRATION WILHELM MÜNCH, Ph.D.
Professor of Pedagogy, University of EDUCATION IN
Specialist, Bureau of Education, Wash. National
Professor of the Philosophy of Educa- METHOD OF
tion, Teachers College, Columbia EDUCATION
University, New York City.
College of Wales, Aberystwyth, EDUCATIONAL