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CONTENTS

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• I. SAMUEL S. RANDALL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN CITY or N. YORK, 225

Portrait,........:

... 227

Memoir,..........

227

II. FEMALE EDUCATION, Suggestions Ancient and Modern,.................. ... 231

The Bible-Proverbs-St. Paul, ..........

Luther-Schiller-Moscherosch, ..........

Soldon-Kant-Humbolt-Goethe,...............

235

Richter--Bonda-Schleimacher--Zschkoke, .....

Mencke-Von Raumer-Fenelon-Ruebs-Oeser,.............

. 237

III. EDUCATION OF GIRLS IN THE PUBLIC Schools or Boston, ............. .243

Exclusion from Public Schools prior to 1789,..........

.243

Admitted to Reading Schools for six months,............

.... 243

Establishment of the Public High School for Girls in 1825,........... .... 245

Report of the School Committee in 1827,...

.... 247

Review of Report by E. Bailey,.......

... 343
Extracts from Quincy's History of Boston,...

.... 246

Establishment of Normal School for Girls,

.... 257

Conversion into Public High School for Girls,........................... ..... 257

Report of School Committee in 1861,........
Regulations of Girls' High and Normal School,.............

nool,..............................

IV. FEMALE EDUCATION IN THE STATE OF Onio,.................................

Report of Commissioner of Common Schools in 1861,..........................

.... 267

Female Seminaries and Colleges ..............................................

267

Table-Number-Location-Attendance-Endowments, &c.,................... . 268

V. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING or TEACHERS,................

........................ . 269

Institutions and Agencies, ............

.269

Religious Orders-Normal Schools Teachers' Classes, ........................

Courses of Lectures-Teachers' Institutes,..........

.... 270

System of Examination-Preparation and Promotion,............................
- VL. CONFERENCES OF TEACHERS AND OTHER MODES OF PROFESSIONAL IMPROVEMENT,
Report of Superintendent of Public Schools of Chicago, .............

273

Journal of School-Counselor Bernhardt of a Teachers' Conference,............... .277

VII. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IN FRANCE,.........

281

History of Normal Schools,

Conferences of Teachers,.....

.... 293

Pecuniary condition of Teachers, .......

.... 293

Normal School for Primary Teachers at Versailles, .........

303

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Dijon, ........

Bordeaux,........

.... 306

Normal School for Secondary Teachers at Paris,

.... 307

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VIII. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF SWITZERLAXD,....................

313

Development of Primary Schools,...........

• Vi tr u ry schools,..........................................

.. 313

Normal Schools,........................................................

.. 316

Normal Course at H

Normal School at Kusspacht, ..........

Lucern,......

.. 335

Zurich, ........

.. 336

Lausanne, ......

.. 338

4 Thurgovia,............

.. 340

. IX. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL or New YORK,................................

.. 341

Historical Development,...........................

.. 341

X. OLIVER GOLDSMITH,..........

.. 347

Essay on Education,.........

.. 347

Thoughts on Schools and Education,.........................................

.. 355

XI. SAMUEL JOHNSOX,....................

359
Thoughts on Education and the Conduct of Life..................................

.. 359

XII, BERNARD OVERBERG,.........

.. 365

Memoir...........

.. 365

Labors in behalf of Teachers,..........

Address to pupils of the Normal School at Munster.....

369

XIII. HERBERT SPENCER,

372

Thoughts on Education continued, ............

3. Intellectual Education,..........

. 372

Decline of Old Methods and Introduction of New,..............

.. 372

Order and Method of Nature,................................

.. 334

Intuitional Exercise of the Perceptions, and Object-Lessons, .................. 377

Example of a Mother's Unconscious Tuition in Objects,...................... . 379

Drawing-Geometry, ............

. 384

Acquisition of Knowledge should be self-evolved and pleasurable,...........

4. Relative Values of Knowledge,.........

Knowledge requisite to Self-preservation, ....

389

Industrial Success,.......

Discharge of Parental Duties,...........

389

Functions of the Citizen,......

396

Enjoyments of Nature, Literature, Art, &c.,...........

Discipline of the Faculties,...........................

. 399

Paramount Importance of Science,.........................................

. 399

XIV, AMERICAN TEXT-Books, .......................................................

401

Catalogue of Authors, Books, Subjects, and Publishers,..

401
Part I. Alphabetical List of Authors and Books, C.,

• 401
XV. MILITARY EDUCATION AND Schools in Austria.

. 409

1. Outline of Military System,.........

2. System of Military Education and Schools,.

.410

A. Schools for Non-Commissioned Officers,......

1. Lower Military Houses of Education, ...........

2. Upper Military Houses,.......

3. School Companies, for Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, Pioneers...

B. Schools for Officers,........

1. Cadet Institutions,

2. Military Academies,...

Neustadt Academy, Artillery and Engineers' Academy, Marine Academy,

c. Special Schools.......

........................ 436

1. Normal Schools for Military Teachers, .......

2. United Higher Course for the Artillery and Engineers, ..................

3. The War or Staff School.............................................

. 439

3. Remarks on Austrian Military Education,...

441

XVI. BOOKS FOR THE TEACHER'S LIBRARY,.........

Papers for the Teacher,................

447

German Educational Reformers, .........

............ 448

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