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REPORTS OF THE COMMISSION ON THE REORGANIZATION OF SEC
The following reports of the commission have been issued as bulletins of the United States Bureau of Education and may be procured from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., at the prices stated. Remittance should be made in coin or money order. Other reports of the commission are in preparation. 1915, No. 23. The Teaching of Community Civics. 10 cents. 1916, No. 28. The Social Studies in Secondary Education. 10 cents. 1917, No. 2. Reorganization of English in Secondary Schools. 20 cents. 1917, No. 49. Music in Secondary Schools. 5 cents. 1917, No. 50. Physical Education in Secondary Schools. 7 cents. 1917, No. 51. Moral Values in Secondary Education, 5 cents. 1918, No. 19. Vocational Guidance in Secondary Schools. 5 cents. 1918, No. 35. Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education. 5 cents. 1919, No. 55. Business Education in Secondary Schools. 10 cents. 1920, No. 1. The Problem of Mathematics in Secondary Education. 5 cents.
COMMITTEE ON THE PROBLEM OF MATHEMATICS IN SECONDARY
William H. Kilpatrick, chairman, professor of education, Teachers College,
Columbia University, New York, N. Y. Fred R. Hunter, superintendent of schools, Oakland, Calif. Franklin W. Johnson, principal University High School, University of Chicago,
Chicago, Ill. J. H. Minnick, assistant professor of educational methods, l'niversity of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Raleigh Shorling, Lincoln School, 646 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. J. C. Stone, head of department of mathematics, State Normal School, Mont
clair, N. J. Milo H. Stuart, principal Technical High School, Indianapolis, Ind. J. H. Withers, superintendent of schools, St. Louis, Mo.
THE REVIEWING COMMITTEE OF THE COMMISSION ON THE
REORGANIZATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATIOX.
(The Reviewing Committee consists of 26 members, of whom 16 are chairmen of committees and 10 are members at large.) Chairman of the Commission and of the Reriercing Committee:
Clarence D. Kingsley, State high-school supervisor, Boston, Mass. Jlembers at large:
Hon. P. P. Claxton, United States Commissioner of Education, Washing.
ton, D. C. Thomas H. Briggs, associate professor of education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
Jembers at largc-Continued.
Alexander Inglis, assistant professor of education, in charge of secondary
education, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Henry Neumann, Ethical Culture School, New York, N. Y. William Orr, senior educational secretary, international Y. M. C. A. com
mittee, 347 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y.
H. L. Terry, State high-school supervisor, Madison, Wis.
Administration of Secondary Education-Charles H. Johnston, professor of
secondary education, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill." Agriculture--A, V. Storm, professor of agricultural education, University of
Minnesota, St. Paul, Minn.
school supervisor, Boston, Mass. Business Education---(heesman A. Herrick, president, Girard College, Phil
adelphia, Pa. Classical Languages-Walter Eugene Foster, Stuyvesant High School, New
York, N. Y. English-James Fleming Hosic, Chicago Normal College, Chicago, Ill. Household Arts-Mrs. Henrietta Calvin, United States Bureau of Educa
tion, Washington, D. ('. Industrial Arts-Wilson H. Henderson, extension division, University of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wis. (now Major, Sanitary Corps, War Depart
ment, U. S. A.). Mathematics-William Heard Kilpatrick, associate professor of education,
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
physical education, International Y. M. O. A. College, Springfield, Mass. Sciences--Otis W. Caldwell, director, Lincoln School, and professor of edu
cation, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
Washington, D. C.
schools, Pittsburgh, Pa.
* Deceased Sept. 4, 1917.