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KELLOGG'S AGENCY at 31 Union Square, New York, established NOTIC E 30 years, is headquarters for eastern positions in high schools, private schools, grades and special work. A steady all year demand for

young women. and unmarried men. Positions waiting for teachers now. Write a complete letter about yourself without delay. No charge for registration.

TEACHERS AGENCY Est. 1855. 366 Fifth Ave., between

34th and 35th Sts., New York CHARLES W. MULFORD, Prop.

A superior agency for superior people. We register only reliable candidates.
Services free to school officials.

ALBAN TEACHERS’ AGENCY INC. YEARS OF EXPERIENCEALBANY. N. Y. sound Methods

- -- " . - W. W. ANDREWS, President. F. WAYLAND BAILEY, Secretary.

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9 Oswego Teachers’ Agency, Oswego, N. Y. High School, Grade, Rural, Commercial, Manual Training, Domestic Science, Principals wanted for immediate service and , for September. Free registration. Contracts waiting. We . . .

always have vacancies. Write today.

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Interstate Teachers Agency

501-506 Livingston Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. o An agency noted for personal service. An agency that recommends.

T. H. ARMSTRONG, Proprietor

TEACHERS WANTED Thousands of calls for better teachers at better salaries are at hand for September. Write us in confidence and we will serve you personally. We have schools for teachers and teachers for schools.

NATIONAL TEACHERS AGENCY, Inc.,
D. H. Cook, Gen. Mgr., Philadelphia
Branches: Syracuse—Pittsburgh

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Copyright 1921 New York Education Co.
Entered as second class mail matter in the Post Office at Albany, N. Y.

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ADVISORY BOARD OF EDITORS

PRESIDENT A. R. BRUBACHER, PH. D., NEW YORK STATE College, FoR TEACHERs
PRESIDENT HENRY SUZZALO, PII. D., UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON
CHARLES ALLEN PROSSER, PH. D., DIRECTOR, DUN wooDY INSTITUTE, MINNEAPOLIS
PROFESSOR EDWARD F. BUCHNER, PH. D., Johns HoPKINS UNIVERSITY
WILLIAM PAXTON BURRIS, DEAN College For TEACHERS, UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
PRESIDENT LOUIS W. RAPEER, PH. D., RESEARCH UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D. C.
ALBERT LEONARD, PH. D., SUPT. of ScHools, NEw RocIIELLE, N. Y.
H. B. WILSON, SUPT. of SCHOOLs, BERKELEY, CALIFoRNIA
E. C. BROOME, PII. D., SUPT. OF SCHOOLs, PHILADELPHIA PA,
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DR. A. C. HILL, NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
PROFESSOR: WILLIAM S. MORGAN, PH. D., BERRELEY. CALIFORNIA
CLINTON P. McCORD, M. D., HEALTH DIRECTOR, PUBLIC SCHOOLs, ALBANY, N. Y.
PROFESSOR DANIEL E. PHILLIPS, PH. D., UNIVERSITY OF DENVER

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Editors

WOL. XXV OCTOBER No. 2

CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER

57 Editorials
60 Some Ideals and Accomplishments of the System I Represent

- David B. Corson 65 History, Our Opportunity Louise B. Jeffrey 68 Scientific Pedagogy Margaret S. R. Cannady 71 Successful Educators: David Prescott Barrows 72 University Convocation Program 73 Educational News and Comment: General News, College

Notes, New York State Section

83 Regents’ Questions and Answers: English Grammar, Geography 87 Book Notices

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