New possibilities in education.

; Suhrie, Ambrose L. (Ambrose Leo), 1876-
Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1916.

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Other Authors Suhrie, Ambrose L. 1876-
Subjects Education -- United States.
Education.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 67.
Description 331 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1916.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents An urban home and school league, by W.L. Philips. The rural school improvement league, by P. Smith. School credit for home work, by L.R. Alderman. The spread of the school manse idea, by G.E. Vincent.--pt. III. The extension of opportunities for adult education: Continuation schools, by A.J. Jones. University extension, by L.E. Reber. The "people's university" of Massachusetts, by J.A. Moyer. Correspondence school instruction by non-academic institutions, by L. Galloway. Education for adults through public lectures in New York city, by H.M. Leipziger. The spread of the community music idea, by P.w. Dykema. Education through farm demonstration, by B. Knapp. The home demonstration work, by Mary E. Creswell. The library extension movement in American cities, by A.E. Bostwick.
Foreword, by the editor.--Introduction: The educational program of a democracy, by A.L. Suhrie.--pt. I. Points of emphasis in the curriculum and organization of the modern school: Appreciation of music, literature and art as a social aim, by A.D. Yocum. Social training through school group activities, by I. King. Training in the schools for civic efficiency, by J.L. Barnard. The moral training of children, by E.H. Griggs. The science and art of home making, by Carrie A. Lyford. Education for parenthood, by T.C. Blaisdell.
Library work in the open country, by Sarah Askew. The home reading courses of the United States Bureau of education, by Ellen C. Lombard. Visual instruction in New York state, by A.W. Abrams. The United States Bureau of education and the immigrant, by H.H. Wheaton. Education through official publicity, by W.H. Allen. The public services of the college and university expert, by C.L. King.--Book department.--Index.
Vocational guidance in school and occupation, by J.M. Brewer. Education for life work in non-professional occupations, by F.G. Bonser. Manual labor and the achievement of national ideals, by B.H. Crocheron. Education for home life on the farm, by Jessie Field. Training for rural leadership, by J.M. Gillette. Health as a means to happiness, efficiency and service, by L.W. Rapeer. Play and recreation, by G.E. Johnson. Training children to a wise use of their leisure, by J.G. Becht. Children, libraries and the love of reading, by Annie C. Moore.--pt. II. Continuing readjustment of the curriculum and organization of the modern school: The rural school community center, by L.J. Hanifan. The National congress of mothers and parent-teacehr associations, by Mrs. F Schoff.
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