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760. Association of colleges and secondary schools of the Southern states. Proceedings of the twenty-second annual meeting, Durham, N. C., November 16-17, 1916. 110 p. 8°. (Walter Hullihen, secretary, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.)
Contains: 1. B. E. Young: "Taking stock," p. 27-37. 2. N. P. Colwell: Mutual interests of medical and general education, p. 38-45. 3. Harrison Randolph: The old education and the new, p. 46–59. 4. H. A. Hollister: Cooperation in the standardization of secondary schools, p. 60-68. 5. H. D. Campbell: College credit for elementary work in modern languages, p. 69-75. 6. J. L. Manahan: Educational tests and educational administration, p. 76-84. 7. H. M. Gass: Military training in secondary schools, p. 85-95. 8. Elizabeth A. Colton: The junior college problem in the South, p. 96-100. 9. W. P. Few: A new emphasis in education, p. 101-106. 761. National education association. [Proceedings, 1916.] Journal of the National education association, 1: 737-888, April 1917.
Department of science instruction.--Contains: 1. C. G. Rathmann: The value and importance of the school museum, p. 737-41. 2. A. W. Abrams: Collection, organization, and circulation of visual aids to instruction by state bureaus, p. 741-45.