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That which makes a good Constitution must keep it, viz: men of wisdom and,
virtue; qualities that, because they descend not with worldly inheritance, must be carefully propagated by a virtuous education of youth.—PENN.
INDEX TO VOLUME XXVII.
A Brave Boy: Story for Schools, 169.
214. Yanuary-Editorial Notes, 234. Normal Schoo. QuesAccurate Expression: Slang, Expletives, Exaggera
tion, President Hayes on Education, 235. Cowardly Coun
cilmen, 236. Norinal School Museums, 237. High School tions, 166.
Gymnasium, Ledger and Institutes, 238. Teaching Reading, Advice to Teachers: Growth, Development, Chara 239. February-Meeting of Superintendents, 273. Ameri
can Students in Germany, 273. Friendly Opinion, 274. Full acter-7. L. Pickard, 128.
Sets of The Fournal, Wages, 275. Lafayette College, 276. Alphabet, Teaching the, 22.
Good Words from the Retiring Governor, 277. Swarthmore Esthetics of the School-Room--Dallas Lind, 172. College and Its New Departure, 277. Questions from Pres
ident of a School Board, 279. Pennsylvania Normal School: Astronomy, Wonderful Facts of, 404.
Report of French Commission, 281. Books for Boys, 282, Austrian State Real-School, 365.
The Great Pyramid Problem: The 3.1416 Ratio, 283. Beautify the School-Room: Suggestions, 16.
March--State Association: Note from Chairman Executive
Committee, 313. Editorial Notes, New York Tribune DeBeauty of the Clouds-- John Ruskin, 199.
generated, Closing Examinations, 313, Kutztown Normal Blackboard Drawing, 419.
School. 314. Work that Tells. Permanent Exhibition a Books for Boys, 282, 330,
School, Inter-State Educational Visits, 315. A Blind Gov
ernor, 316. Meeting of Superintendents at Washington, 317. Business Day in School, 359.
Death of Superintendent, 319. Summary of Institute Work: Co-operative Adult Education-W. S. Schofield, 92. Brief Reports from the Various Counties of the State, 320. Compulsory Education- John S. Ermentrout, 107. April-Editorial Notes, 350, Mental Science for Teachers,
352. Text-Book Jobs, 353. The Salary Question in PhilaCountry Schools and Their Organization - James
delphia, 353. The Education of Neglected Children, 354. Yohonnot, 189.
London Elementary Schools, 355. Primary Instruction in Country Schools: How Can a County Superintendent
France, 356. Good Words from High Sources, 356. Justice
to School Children, 358. Schools for Truants, 359. Business Benefit Them ?--M. A. West, 10.
Day in School, 359. May-National Association at PhilaCountry Schools : How to Improve Them-W. H. delphia, 383. Ohio and the County Superintendency, 386. Scott, 305.
What to Teach Boys, 387. Neglected Children, Sewing in
Common Schools. 388. Superintendents' Note-Book, AntiCram: What is It? Bad “ Cram,” Illustrated-C.
Normal School Folly, 380. Instruction in Geography, EduClarkson, 131.
cation for Work, 390. Night Schools, 391. Fune-End of Dean Stanley's Visit to America, 184.
Volume, Prison Statistics, High Schools, 426. Presence of
Mind in Teacher, 426. Education in South, 427. Winning Dictée in Tyrone Schools—W. G. Waring, 348.
a Boy's Confidence, Dr. Sears' Report, 428. Industrial Dr. Thomas Arnold, the Head-Master of Rugby: School Established, 429. How to Make Good Schools, ObSketch of Life and Character-A. P. Stanley, 35.
jections to Normal Schools, 430. Edinburgh, Schools of: Ragged, Heriot, National. | English Spelling-R. H. Carothers, 95, 263. Merchant, 331.
English Literature, Developing a Taste for, 125. Education in Morals and Manners--1. N. Hays, 98. Essential Branch of Study: The Constitutions, 173. Education in the South, 183.
Examination of Teachers-G. E. Hemphill, 204. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT.
| Examination Questions, 21, 135, 272, 412. xlo_Programme Pennsylvania State Teachers' Association.
False Syntax, Correction: Hints on Grammar, 342. Editorial Notes, 24. National Teachers' Association : No Ses | Farmers' Boys: How to Keep on the Farm, 31. sion in 1878, 26. Letter from Germany, 26. Normal Schools.
Farming for the Boys : Keep Them Interested, 346. 27. A New Departure, 28. American School System, as Viewed by a Frenchman, 28. Grand Central Education, 30.
Favorite Books, 204. Training Farmers' Boys: How Keep Them on Farm, 31. Au Free School System: French Commission-R. K. ust-Editorial Notes, Dr. Arnold, Women Professors, Boston
Buchrle, 260, 400. Committee on Spelling-Book, Hints to Teachers, 54. Progress in France, 55. Pennsylvania Training School, 55. Latin for
| Genius +Labor=Success, 16. Girls, 55. Elementary Science in English Schools, Use of German School Boy, The, 154. English Ivy, 56. Physicians on School Boards, 57. Sena
Good Books for the Young: Authors and Titles, 330. tor Barnside's Bill for Instruction in Moral and Social Science, 57. Using Short Words, 61. Valedictory Address, 62.
Grandmother Gray (Poem) - Mary K. Boutelle, 15. Where Our Schools Are Weak, 62. Free Text-Books, Dr. Great Pyramid Problem, 283, 408. Henry, the Scientist, 65. Industrial Education, 66. October
History Teachirg: Rules Observed-George H. Mar. New Haven Endorses the Bible Ticket at Popular Election, 142. Dr. Wickersham in l'aris, 142. Minnesota Figures, 142.
tin, I40. Msaic Record, Medals Awarded, Prof. Ward's Mammoth, | How to Keep Little Ones Busy-H. S. Baker, 414. "Mischievous Philanthropy,” Bribery of School Director, 143. | How to Manage Him : Teacher's Experience, 52. Working and Waiting, Ladies on Institute Platform, Advice from Hugh Miller, Mistakes of Pupils, 144. Radicalism in How to Write : Suggestions-- Wm. C. Bryant, 167. Boston :•Changes in Methods and Studies, 150. Meetings and Important Qualification: Spirit of Reverence-E. Associations : Programme of Work, 150. Niagara Revisa,
Fohnson, 137. 151. Teachers' Examinations. 152. The German School Boy, 154. November--Home Again, 174. "Accurate Scholarship," 174. London Asks for American Educational Ex- Industrial Education: Use of Tools and Materials, 264. hibit. Prohibitory Law in Maine, The Bible at Exposition,
Institute Work, for 1878, 320.
| Iron Industrial Schools, Senator Holben on, 8. 184. Directors of the Poor, 185. Contrast of a Century, 186, December--Editorial Notes, 206. Four Weeks' Institute. Kindergarten Training, 20, 153. Parisian Awards, "Cocoa-Rooms," 207, Warren County, | Kindergarten Week. Records of Eleanor Beebe, 12. Newspapers in School, “ Please Stop My-What?" 208. School Commissioners as Politicians, No Educational Con- | Kindergarten, Philosophy of-Alice Chapin, 338. ference at Paris, 209. How to Study Natural History, | Kindergarten Work in Common Schools-R. S. Wonnen Teachers, 210, Why Switzerland Needs No Standing Army, 211. French Teachers at the Exposition, 212.