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BULLETIN OF THE BUREAU OF EDUCATION,
No. 1. The Education Bill of 1906. for England and Wales, as it passed the House of Commons. By Anua Tolmån Smith, of the Bureau of Education.
2d edition. pp. 39. No. 2. German views of American education, with particular reference to in
dustrial development. Collated from the Reports of the Royal Prussian Industrial Commission of 1904. By William N. Hailmann, Professor of the History and Philosophy of Education, Chicago Normal School. 20 edition.
No. 3. State school systems: Legislation and judicial decisions relating to
public education, October 1, 1904, to October 1, 1906. By Edward C. Elliott, Professor of Education in the University of Wisconsin, 2d edition, revised, 1907. pp. 156.
No. 1. The Continuation School in the United States. By Arthur J. Jones,
Fellow in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, pp. 157. No. 2. Agricultural education, including nature study and school gardens By
James Ralph Jewell, sometime Fellow of Clark Üniversity. pp. 140. No. 3. The auxiliary schools of Germany. Six lectures by B. Muendel, Rector
of Mittelschule in Halle. Translated by Fletcher Bascom Dresslar, Associate Professor of the Science and 'Art of Teaching, University of Colifornia, pp. 137. No. 4. The elimination of pupils from school. By Edward L. Thorndike, Pro
fessor of Educational Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University.