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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Editor, W. CARSON RYAN, Jr.

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SCHOOL LIFE, VOL. I, AUG.-DEC., 1918.

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2, no. 1, Aug. 1; Secondary school circular no. 4, 12, 14, no. 8, Nov. 16; survey committee, Columbia, S. C., 4, no. 1, Aug. 1; Teachers' leaflet nos. 2 and 5, 6, 16, no. 1, Aug. 1; village schools, special study, 12, no. 1, Aug. 1; vocational education (Letters nos. 23 and 24), 11, 12, no. 1, Aug. 1; Alaska division, report, 8, no. 1, Aug. 1; city school division, 1, 2, no. 2, Aug. 16; home education division, home reading courses, 5, no. 1, Aug. 1; library division, war bibliographies, 13, no. 1, Aug. 1; rural school division, National 'rural teachers' reading circle, 19, no. 2, Aug. 16; 9, no. 3, Sept. 1; Reading circle letter no. 3, 10, no. 3, Sept. 1; teacher shortage, 9, no. 2, Sept. 1; school and home gardening division, 4, no. 5, Oct. 1; school board service section, 1, 12, no. 6, Oct. 16; school hygiene and physical education division, 11, no. 4, Sept. 16; 11, no. 10, Dec. 16; statistical division, mailing list of commercial schools and private

business colleges, 13, no. 1, Aug. 1. Bureau of education: Bulletins (1917, no. 44), 14-16,

no. 4, Sept. 16; (1917, no. 49), 9, no. 4, Sept. 16; (1918, no. 2), 14, no. 5, Oct. 1; (1918, no. 10), 9-11, no. 6, Oct. 16; (1918, no. 11), 8, 15, 17, no. 2, Aug. 16; (1918, no. 21), 7, no. 3, Sept. 1. Business education. See Commercial education. Butler, Fred C.: In charge of school system of Ordnance

cities, 16, no. 7, Nov. 1. Byrd, Dr.: Health supervision in Florida, 11, no. 2,

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Adult education: Great Britain, 13, no. 8, Nov. 16;

Italy, 15, no. 3, Sept. 1. Adult illiterates: Illiteracy bill pending, 7, no. 2, Aug.

16. Agencies in garden work, 9, no. 5, Oct. 1. Agricultural department: Food and the war, 10, no. 8, Nov. 16; States relation service, extension service, 6,

no. 4, Sept. 16. Agricultural education: Disabled soldiers, 16, no. 9,

Dec. 1; Philippine Islands, 6, 7, no, 8. Nov. 16; Secre

tary Houston on, 5, no. 4, Sept. 16. Agricultural teachers: Improvement, keynote of conference of Massachusetts agricultural directors and

instructors, 5, no. 2, Aug. 16. Agriculturalunit: United States boys’ working reserve,

6, no. 6, Oct. 16. Agriculture: Boys' workin; reserve eastern represent

atives discuss farm training, 4, no. 3, Sept. 1: teaching, extension or demonstration method, 5, 6, no. 4, Sept. 16. Alabama: School organization and supervision in Jeffer

son County, 6, no. 7, Nov. 1. Alaska: Cooperative stores, 13, no. 6, Oct. 16; education,

8, no. 1, Aug. 1; 19, no. 2, Aug. 16; 13, 16, no. 6, Oct. 16; evening schools, Nenana citizenship night school, 7, no. 4, Sept. 16; health, safeguarding through education, 13, no. 6, Oct. 16; reindeer and industrial education, 13, no. 6, Oct. 16; reservations, 13, no. 6, Oct. 16; schools in war work, 12, no. 1, Aug. 1. Alaskan's appreciation of United States Government's

work, 19, no. 2, Aug. 16. All-year schools: Canada, 5, no. 2, Aug. 16; New York state federation of labor urges, 3, no. 6, Oct. 16. See

also School year. American branch of the international kindergarten

union. See International kindergarten union, Amer

ican branch. American classical league, 10, no. 3, Sept. 1. American council on education: Cooperating with

French high commission to secure teachers from

France, 11, no. 3, Sept. 1. American education: Defects, 16, no. 1, Aug. 1; 6-7,

no. 10, Dec. 16; Switzerland studying special features,

14, no. 9, Dec. 1. American federation of labor: Urges educational re

organization, 9, no. 2, Aug. 16. American federation of teachers: Adopts resolution

on child labor, 4, no. 2, Aug. 16; $1,000 minimum

salary urged, 4, no. 2, Aug. 16. “American House” of Cincinnati, 10, no. 7, Nov, 1. American library association (war service): Books for

soldiers, 14, no. 6, Oct. 16; camp library, 3, no. 8,

Nov. 16. American museum of natural history, New York:

Health chart for use of teachers, 12, no. 8, Nov. 16. American red cross, Paris. See Red cross. American zinc and chemical co., Langeloth, Pa.: Sup

plements school fund, 7, no. 10, Dec. 16. Americanization: Appealfrom a Polish-speaking miner,

16, no. 6, Oct. 16; Cincinnati,"The American Xouse, 10, no. 7, Nov. 1; committee that drafted proposed legislation, 1, no. 1, Aug. 1; education (Lane), 14, no. 2, Aug. 16; kindergarten, 8, no. 10, Dec. 16; labor organizations asked to aid, 20, no. 2, Aug. 16; Massachusetts, Departınent of university extension asks cooperation of industry in Americanization plans, 15, no. 9, Dec. 1; movement, 10-11, no. 7, Nov. 1; 15-16, no. 9, Dec. 1; National education association recommends Federal aid, 10, no. 2, Aug. 16; schools must help, 1, 4, no. 9, Dec. 1; Smith bill provides $7,500,000, 1, 10. 10, Dec. 16; war, 1, 2, Aug. 1; what

is Americanization? (Claxton), 15, no. 9, Dec. 1, Appeal from a Polish-speaking miner, 16, no. 6, Oct. 16. Appeal of the garden army, 13, no. 5, Oct. 1. Arithmetic: Gardening, 13-14, no. 7, Nov. 1; problems

from the National war savings committee, 3, no. 4,

Sept. 16. Arizona: Education, 14-16, no. 4, Sept. 16. Armistice: Notice of signing, 1, no. 8, Nov. 16. Army: Education in British, 12, no. 10, Dec. 16. Association of college presidents: Requests Sen. Smith

of Georgia to introduce bill for department of educa

tion, 1, no. 6, Oct. 16. Athletics: France, 13, no. 3, Sept. 1; health program

for high-school students, 12, no. 2, Aug. 16. Atlanta, Ga.: Gardening and arithmetic in public

schools, 13-14, no. 7, Nov. 1. Auditorium and religious instruction: Gary, Ind., 2,

no, 10, Dec. 16. Australia: Japanese instruction, 14, no. 2, Aug. 16. Autauga County, Ala.: Manual for rural schools, 5, no. 2, Aug. 16.

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Bachman, Frank P.: Gary schools, 1-3, no. 10, Dec. 16. Back to school: Children's bureau seeks cooperation of

public-school teacher, 10, no. 10, Dec. 16; why I am going (Salisbury), 12, no. 4, Sept. 16. See also School

attendance. Baker, S. S.: Pittsburgh promptly inaugurates co

operative plan, 4, 15, no. 7, Nov. 1. Baltimore, Úd.: Classes for crippled children, 9, no. 6

Oct. 16; public schools in war time, 9, 15, no. 5,

Nov 16. Bankhead, William B.: Bill for rehabilitation for the

industrially disabled, 3, no. 6, Oct. 16. Batesville, Miss.: United States school garden army,

10, no. 5, Oct. 1. Becht, Dr. J. George: United States boys' working

reserve, 11, no. 2, Aug. 16. Beede, F. F.: New Haven, Conn., authorities urge

economic and patriotic value of more education, 9,

no. 8, Nov. 16. Belgian soldier university, 14, no. 2, Aug. 16. Better rural school in war time, 5, no. 2, Aug. 16. Beverley, Mrs. F. C.: Principal, Whitmell, Va., rural

school,'5, no. 2, Aug. 16. Bible study: School credit, 15, no. 7, Nov. 1. Bibliographies: War, 13, no.1, Aug. 1; 7, no.3, Sept. 1. Blair, F. G.; Education for reconstruction, 9, no. 7,

Nov. 1. Blind: Classes, Detroit, Mich., j, no. 6, Oct. 16. Bolshevist view of Russian schools, 12, no. 10, Dec. 16. Books and reading: Home reading courses, 3, 4, no. 7,

Nov. 1; National rural teachers' reading circle, 19,

no. 2, Aug. 16; 10, no. 3, Sept. 1. Books for soldiers, 14, no. 6, Oct. 16. Boone, Richard G. Reorganization of the public

school system, California, 2, 7, 8, no. 8, Nov. 16. Boston: School gardens in Franklin Park, 14, no. 5,

Oct. 1; teaching assignments in the Boston high

school, 9, no. 4, Sept. 16. Boston university: Endowment for a chair of "United

States citizenship,'' 15, no. 9, Dec. 1.
Boy scouts: French government recognizes value, 11,

no. 8, Nov. 16; universal federation urged by French scouts, 11, no. 8, Nov. 16. Boy scouts of America; Send Dr. Charles S. Macfarland

as special commissioner to the French boy scouts,

11, no. 8, Nov. 16. Boys: School attendance campaign, 2, no. 2, Aug. 16. Boys' working reserve, United States. See United

States Boys' working reserve. Brazil: Federal manual training schools, 15, no. 3,

Sept. 1; Brazilian students transmit greetings to

American students, 13, no. 9, Dec. 1. Bridgeport, Conn.: School attendance during war

time, 15, 16, no. 8, Nov. 16. British army: Education, 12, no. 10, Dec. 16. British educational mission, 2, no. 6, Oct. 16; 4, no. 10,

Dec. 16. Brooklyn, N. Y.: United States school garden army,

10, no. 5, Oct. 1. Buisson, Ferdinand: Letter to President Wilson, In

dependence day, 1918, 13, 14, no. 8, Nov. 16. Bunker, Dr. Frank F.: California, minimum essentials

in education, 7, no. 3, Sept. 1; school publicity, 12,

no. 4, Sept. 16. Bureau of education: Annual statement of the Com.

missioner, 1, 2, 7-8, 16, no. 9, Dec. 1; bill to be made responsible for administration of physical education act, 7, no. 1, Aug. 1; commercial education (Circulars nos. 2 and 3), 20, no. 2, Aug. 16; community and national life lessons, 8, no. 1, Aug. 1; 6, no. 3, Sept. 1; 16, no. 7, Nov. 1; conference on education in mining towns, 4, 10, no. 8, Nov. 16; 10, no. 10, Dec. 16; educating the natives of Alaska, 13, 16, no. 6, Oct. 16; educational conditions in Arizona, 14-16, no. 4, Sept. 16; educational survey movement, 13, no. 2, Aug. 16; educational survey of Falls and Walker Counties, Texas, 7, no. 8, Nov. 16; fall manual of the United States school garden army, 5, no. 5, Oct. 1; fire prevention day in schoolhouses, 3, no. 6, Oct. 16; flag day, asks industrial plants and schools to observe, 8, no. 1, Aug. 1; food and the war, 10, no. 8, Nov. 16; grading of pupils, card for, 4, no. 2, Aug. 16; higher education (Circulars nos. 10 and 11), 11, no. 1, Aug. 1; 13, no. 2, Aug. 16; home economics' (Lotter 31), 3, no. 1, Aug. 1; kindergarten and Americanization, 8, no. 10, Dec. 16; kindergarten appropriation, 2, no. 2, Aug. 16; mailing list of schoolhouses, 2, no. 1, Aug. 1; national conference on rural education, under auspices of, 1, no. 3, Sept. 1; National reading circle, 3, 4, no. 7, Nov. 1; publications, 13, no. 1, Aug. 1; science teaching in secondary schools in the war emergency, 2, no. 6, Oct. 16; rural school in war time and aster, 10, no. 1, Aug. 1; school garden army, 1,

Cacho, Vicente: Rural education, Philippine Islands,

6, 7, no. 8, Nov. 16. California: Reorganization of the public-school sys

tem, 2, 7, 8, no. 8, Nov. 16; schoolmen organized to study course of study, 7, no. 3, Sept. 1; war cabinet

backs U. S. S. G., 5, no. 5, Oct. 1. Camp library, 3, no. 8, Nov. 16. Campaigning for school attendance, 1-2, no. 2, Aug. 16. Campbell, Sidney: Sends souvenir paddle to President

Wilson, 19, no. 2, Aug. 16. Canada: All-year schools, 5, no. 2, Aug. 16; committee

on study of consolidation and rural high schools in

the United States, and, 6, no. 7, Nov. 1. Caney Creek, Ky.: Model school, 11, no. 9, Dec. 1. Capen, Dr. S. P.: Bureau of education and the educa

tional survey movement, 13, no. 2, Aug. 16. Carnegie foundation for the advancement of teaching:

Teachers' pensions, 3, 5, no. 10, Dec. 16. See also

Teachers' pensions. Certain defects in American education (Eliot), 16,

no. 1, Aug. 1; 6-7, no. 10, Dec. 16. Chadsey, C. E.: Loyal teacher, 10, no. 7, Nov. 1. Champaign County, Ohio: Transportation of school

children, 9, no. 3, Sept. 1. Chapman, Ira T.: New Brunswick, N. J., 16, no. 8,

Nov. 16. Charts: Health, American museum of natural history,

12, no. 8, Nov. 16. Chemistry: Applications of chemical and physical

science, 6-7, no. 10, Dec. 16. Chemistry teachers furloughed, 4, no. 3, Sept. 1. Chicago: School for crippled children, 9, no. 6, Oct. 16;

war work of schools, 10, no. 3, Sept. 1. Chihuahua, Mex.: Colegio internacional, 13, no. 8,

Nov. 16. Child health organization, 12–13, no. 3, Sept. 1; 11, no.

10, Dec. 16. Child labor: American federation of teachers adopts

resolution on, 4, no. 2, Aug. 16; industrial exploitation harmful and unnecessary (Children's bureau), 10, no. 10, Dec. 16; federal guidance plan created (employment service, Department of Jabor, junior section), 3, no. 10, Dec. 16; national child labor day, 8, no. 8, Nov. 16; safeguarding the children in war time, 16, no. 6, Oct. 16; curse of idleness (Slawson),

16, no. 8, Nov. 16. Child labor law: National education recommends

federal, 10, no. 2, Aug. 16. Children: France, conservation, 12-13, no. 2, Aug. 16;

health, 12–13, no. 3, Sept. 1; nutrition, 9, no. 7, Nov.

1; wages in war time, 16, no. 4, Sept. 16. Children's bureau: Back to school drive, 10, no. 10,

Dec. 16; schoolhouse as center of play life, 14, no. 3, Sept. 1; work for school attendance, 2, no. 2, Aug. 16Children's bureau of the American Red Cross in Paris:

Kindergarten unit in France, 12-13, no. 2, Aug. 16. Children's gardens on park lands: Franklin park, "Boston, 14, no. 5, Oct. 1. Children's health code: Pittsburgh, public schools,

department of hygiene, 8, no. 7, Nov. 1. Children's year campaign: Children's bureau, 10, no.

10, Dec. 16. Child's worth to the world, 16, no. 4, Sept. 16.

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