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(For numbers prior to 1916 see leaflet, " List of Available Publlcations, Bureau of Eda
cation," which may be bad on application.)
No. 1. Education exhibits at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
W. Carson Ryan, jr. No. 2. Agricultural and rural education at the Panama-Pacific International
Exposition. H. W. Foght. No. 3. Placement of children in the elementary grades. K. J. Hoke. No. 4. Monthly record of current educational publications, January, 1916. No. 5. Kindergarten training schools. No. 6. Statistics of State universities and State colleges, 1915, No. 7. Monthly record of eurrent educational publications, February, 1916. No. 8. Reorganization of the public-school system, F. F. Bunker. No. 9. Monthly record of current educational publications, March, 1916. No. 10. Ņeeded changes in secondary education. Charles W. Eliot and Ernesto
Nelson, No. 11. Monthly record of current educational publications, April, 1916. No. 12, Problems involved in standardizing State normal schools. 0. H. Judd.
and S. C. Parker. No. 13. Monthly record of current educational publications, May, 1916. 5 cts. No. 14. State pension systems for public-school teachers. W. Carson Ryan, Jr.,
and Roberta King. No. 15. Monthly record of current educational publications-Index, Februúry,
1915-January, 1916. 5 cts. No. 16. Reorganizing a county system of rural schools. J. Harold Williams. No. 17. The Wisconsin county training schools for teachers in rural schools.
W. E, Larson. No. 18. Publie facilities for educating the allen. F. E. Farrington. No. 19. State higher educational institutions of Iowa, No. 20. Aceredited secondary schools in the United States, Samuel P. Capen, No. 21. Vocational secondary education, No. 22. Monthly record of current educational publications, September, 1916. No. 23. Open-air schools, S. P. Kingsley and F. B. Dresslar, No. 24. Monthly record of current educational publications, October, 1916. No, 25. Commercial education. Glen Levin Swiggett. No. 26. A survey of the educational institutions of the State of Washibgton.. No. 27. State higher educational institutions of North Dakota, No, 28. The social studies in secondary education. Arthur W. Dunp. No. 29. Educational survey of Wyoming. A, C. Monahan and Katherine M.
Cook, No. 30. University training for public service. No. 31. Monthly record of current educational publications, Norember, 1916. No. 32. Some facts concerning manual arts and home-making subjects in 156
cities. J. C. Park and O. H. Harlan. No. 33. Registration and student records for smaller colleges. B. F. Andrews. No. 34. Service instruction of American corporations. Leonhard F. Fuld. No. 35. Adult illiteracy. Winthrop Talbot. No. 36, Monthly record of current educational publications, December, 1916. No. 37, Cooperative system of edueation. 0. W. Park. No. 38. Negro education. Volume 1. Thomas Jesse Jones. No. 39. Negro education. Volume 2. Thomas Jesse Jones. No. 40. Gardening in elementary city schools. C. D. Jarvis. No. 41, Agricultural and rurat extension schools in Ireland. A. C. Monahan. No. 42. Minimum school term regulations. 3. C. Muerman, No. 43. Educational directory, 1916–17, No. 44. The district agricultural schools of Georgia. 0. H. Lane and D, J.
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
BUREAU OF EDUCATION,
Washington, January 12, 1916. Sir: The extension of agricultural education in this country and the desire to make instruction in agriculture at the same time more practical and also more cultural give special interest to accounts of the organization, courses of study, and methods of instruction in agricultural schools in other countries. I therefore recommend that the accompanying brief account of secondary agricultural schools in Russia be published as a bulletin of the Bureau of Education. This account has been prepared by W. S. Jesien, translator of Slavic languages in this bureau. Respectfully submitted.
P. P. CLAXTON,
Commissioner. The SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.