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Copyright 1924 New York Education Co.

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Entered as second class mail matter in the Post Office at Albany, N. Y,

Copyright 1924 New York Education Co.

SUMMER SESSION

June 30—August 8, 1924

Courses in Education will be offered as

follows: General: History and Principles of

Education; Principles of Teaching;
Educational Psychology; Psychology

of Childhood. Elementary School: Eight courses. Secondary School: Fifteen Method

courses, representing ten departments. Advanced and Graduate School Admin

istration; Supervision of Instruction; The Principal and His School; Junior High School Curriculum and Adminis. tration; Educational Tests and Measurements; Philosophy of Education; Secondary Education; English Projects.

MCGILL UNIVERSITY

MONTREAL, QUEBEC June 26th to July 31st, 1924

Thoroughly French atmosphere.

French only spoken.
Instruction in:

Reading
Pronunciation
Composition
Literature

Write for circular to the

SECRETARY, French Summer School

For further information, write to Loren C. Petry, Director

McGill UNIVERSITY,

Montreal, Quebec

Cortland Summer School

TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION

July 8 to August 15, 1924

At Cortland, N. Y.

Courses for regents and state certifi. cates.

For teachers seeking special preparation for teaching certain subjects.

Special courses in agriculture, nature study, penmanship, physical training and public school music.

Review and advanced work in subject matter and methods.

Daily recitations in all subjects.
Low tuition and small living expenses.

Our references: Over 3,800 former students.

NEW YORK
UNIVERSITY

SUMMER SCHOOL

July 7-August 15, 1924 The Summer School offers persons in the service of education throughout the country, teachers, principals, supervisors, and administrators,-an oppor. tunity to participate in the significant forward steps now being taken by the School of Education of New York University. The degrees of the School of Education, both baccalaureate and graduate, may be earned in the Summer School. Many members of the faculty of the School of Education are found on the teaching staff of the Summer School. In effect, the department of education of the Summer School constitutes special term of the School of Education. For complete information, write for the

bulletin. Address

DR. JOHN W. WITHERS Director of the Summer School and Dean of the School of Education, New York

University
32 Waverly Place, New York City

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Booklet free.

LUKE J. McEVOY, Director

Cortland, N. Y.

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