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Wednesday Morning, July 6.--Cruft Hall.

9 O'CLOCK. DEVOTIONAL EXERCISES: Led by Rev. William Rams

den, of the Bethlehem Methodist Church. ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE: Paul

H. Hanus, Professor of Education, Harvard Uni

versity. MUSIC. THE WOMAN'S CLUB AS A FORCE IN EDUCATIONAL

PROGRESS: Mrs. Mary I. Wood, President of the

New Hampshire Federation of Woman's Clubs. ATHLETICS AND ETHICS: Alfred E. Stearns, Head

Master of Phillips Academy, Andover. ETHICAL ELEMENTS IN EDUCATION: E. Hershey

Sneath, Professor of Philosophy, Yale University.

Wednesday Evening.--Casino.

8.00 O'CLOCK.

Music: Miss Gertrude Laidlaw.
New ENGLAND WRITERS, PAST AND PRESENT: Dr. A.

E. Winship, New England Journal of Education,

Boston. THE FAIRY GODMOTHER'S STORY: Miss Marie Shed

lock, London, England. SOCIAL AND RECEPTION.

Thursday Morning, July 7.--Cruft Hall.

9.00 O'CLOCK. DEVOTIONAL EXERCISES. MUSIC.

THE KINDERGARTEN PROBLEM IN NEW ENGLAND:

Giles A. Stuart, Supt. of Schools, New Britain,

Conn. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS: Hon. Channing Folsom,

State Supt. Pub. Instruction, Concord, N. H. ENGLISH IN THE COMMON SCHOOLS: H. K. Whit

taker, Principal High School, Brattleboro, Vt. LITERATURE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: Bertha M.

McConkey, Supt. Primary Schools, Springfield,
Mass.

Thursday Evening.Cruft Hall.

8.00 O'CLOCK.

MEASURE OF A TEACHER's EFFICIENCY: Dr. Edwin P.

Seaver, Superintendent of Schools, Boston, Mass. MUSIC. Two FACTORS IN SOCIAL PROGRESS: Hon. George H.

Martin, Sec'y State Board of Education, Boston,

Friday Morning, July 8.-Cruft Hall.

9.00 O'CLOCK. DEVOTIONAL EXERCISES. Music. IDEALISM IN THE SCHOOLROOM: Hon. Fred Gowing,

Boston, Mass. ARITHMETIC MISUSED AGENT IN EDUCATION :

Louis P. Nash, Superintendent of Schools, Holy

oke, Mass. THE ART OF STORY-TELLING: Miss Marie Shedlock,

London, England.

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Friday Evening.-Casino.

8.00 O'CLOCK. MUSIC. ECONOMY IN EDUCATION: William J. Tucker, Presi

dent of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. A MASTER'S MESSAGE: Hon. W. W. Stetson, State

Superintendent of Public Instruction, Augusta,
Maine.

DEPARTMENT SESSIONS.

Department of Administration,

President.

Hon. W. W. STETSON. State Supt. of Public Instruction, Augusta, Maine. Wednesday, July 6.-Cruft Hall.

2.00 P. M. I. What should be the limits of the powers of the

superintendent? 2. What should be the limits of the duties of the su

perintendent? 3. What means may the superintendent properly em

ploy to raise the salary schedule?

Friday, July 8.-Bethlehem Methodist Church.

2.00 P. M.

I.

The election and tenure of office of the superin

tendent. 2. The relation of the superintendent toward political

issues and parties. 3. The school board: (a) Of how many members

composed. (b) Schemes of representation.

The meetings of this Department partook of the nature of a "Round Table." Prominent school men of New England participated in the discussions.

Department of Kindergartens.

President.

LUCY WHEELOCK, Kindergarten Training School, Boston. Thursday, July 7.-Bethlehem Congregational Church.

2.00 P. M.

THE KINDERGARTEN OF TO-DAY: Its Critics: Miss

Nora Atwood, Providence Normal School. DISCUSSION : Mr. Charles H. Keyes, Supervisor

South District Schools, Hartford. Its PRACTICE: Miss Rosemary Baum, Supervisor of

Kindergartens, Utica, N. Y. DISCUSSION: Mrs. James H. Stannard, Garland

Training School, Boston.
Its RESULTS: Miss Bertha M. McConkey, Supervisor

Primary Schools, Springfield. Mrs. J. L. Hughes,
Toronto, Canada.

Friday, July 8.-Bethlehem Congregational Church.

2.00 P. M.

SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE KINDERGARTEN. “LET NA

TURE BE YOUR TEACHER:” Miss Margaret C.
Laidlaw, Supervisor Kindergartens, South Dis-
trict Schools, Hartford.
Mrs. Susan S. Harriman, Training School, Bos-
ton.
Miss Florence Scott, Fitchburg Normal School.

WORK IN MUSIC: Miss Margaret C. Seaver, Boston. WORK IN ART: Miss Anna M. Devereaux, Lowell

Normal School.

Miss Adeline T. Joyce, Brookline. AFTER KINDERGARTEN, WHAT? Dr. Colin F. Scott,

Boston Normal School.

Department of Secondary Education.

President.
CHARLES T. C. WHITCOMB,
English High School, Somerville, Mass.

Wednesday, July 6, Bethlehem Methodist Church.

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2.00 P. M.

THE PLACE AND VALUE OF GREEK: William C. Col

lar, Head Master of the Roxbury Latin School. THE ATTITUDE OF HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS TOWARD

THE WORK OF THE FIRST YEAR PUPILS: F. H.
Beede, Superintendent of Schools, New Haven,

Conn.
DISCUSSION.

Thursday, July 7.Bethlehem Methodist Church.

2.00 P. M.

How PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY CAN BE MADE MORE

PROFITABLE: Dr. Lyman C. Newell, Professor of Chemistry, Boston University.

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