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THE CHICAGO SCHOOLS JOURNAL
Editorial Office: Chicago Normal College, Sixty-Eighth Street and Stewart Avenue
TABLE OF CONTENTS ENGLISH IN THE Junior High School. By W. Wilbur Hatfield · 361-369 An EXPERIMENT IN SUPERVISED STUDY OF LITERATURE. By Ray Latimer 369-374 WANTED: GENERAL SCIENCE TEACHERS. By Paul I. Pierson THE AUDITORIUM IN THE Gary Schools. By Frederick W. Weck - 376-379 CHICAGO's School PLAYGROUNDS. By Ruth H. Larson
The JOURNAL is issued monthly from September to June, inclusive, and is sent free of charge to every teacher in the public schools of Chicago. It is published by the Board of Education of the City of Chicago as an interchange of professional opinion. The Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools, however, make no endorsement of propositions or suggestions set forth other than those in the official columns of the Board and of the Superintendent.
Address all correspondence to the CHICAGO SCHOOLS JOURNAL, Chicago Normal College, Sixty-eighth Street and Stewart Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.
Since in reality there is nothing to which growth is relative save more growth, there is nothing to which education is subordinate save more education. It is a commonplace to say that education should not cease when one leaves school. The point of this commonplace is that the purpose of school education is to insure the continuance of education by. organizing the powers that insure growth. The inclination to learn from life itself and to make the conditions of life such that all will learn in the process of living is the finest product of schooling.—John Dewey.
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