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Current Events" They are reading news that bears on their lessons, because no other kind of news gets into The Little Chronicle.
That is one reason why teachers say: “ There is more real education to the square inch of The Little Chronicle than there is to the square foot of any text book on earth." Yet they also say: "My class can hardlv wait, they are So anxious to see their papers."'-- Two pretty valuable characteristics to be found together!
But we don't substitute for the text books; we help, the study of them-send the pupils to the books for the answers to their questions-questions which we make the news suggest.
It is the business of The Little Chronicle to help the teacher in her constant efforts to make Geography, History, Civics, English Arithmetic and other subjects interesting by supplying such news relating to these subjects as will make the most valuable starting point of interest from which to discuss them. Its success in bringing to the teacher the material she most needs is attested by practical teachers in every state in the Union.
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