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Education of Girls
Educational Revival in Italy.
Progressives of the 17th Century.
50 United States, Systems of Public Instruction.... 5.50
Common Schools as they were about 1800.. 1.00
Ratich, Comenius and Basedow..
Colleges and Universities..
Military and Naval Schools.
Reformatory and Preventive Schools & Agencies 1.50 RENAN, E., German views of French Education.. RENDU, E., Prussian & French School Expenses. REUCHLIN, and Education in the 16th century.... Rhode Island Institute of Instruction..
University Life-Past and Present..
Deposition, Pennalism, Landmannschaften..
Tripos, Prævaricator, Terra Filius.
VAIL, T. H., Methods of Using Books..
VASSAR, M., Memoir and Portrait.
RICHARDS, W. F., Manual of Methods........
RICKOFF, A. J., Memoir and Portrait..
RIECKE, Philosophy of Early Education.
VEHRLI, J., Industrial Element in Schools.. Ventilation and Warming of School houses.. Vienna, Educational Institutions...
RIDER, ADMIRAL, Navigation Schools for England
Ross, W. P., Catechetical Method..
VIVES, L., Memoir and Educational Views... WADSWORTH, JAMES S., Memoir and Portrait... WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Rules of Conduct.. National Education..
RUSSELL, SCOTT,Technical University for England Systematic Technical Education.
WAYLAND, FRANCES, Memoir and Portrait..
Intellectual Education-Institute Address. WEBSTER, DANIEL, Educational Views... WEBSTER, NOAH, Educational Views..
The above Treatises have all appeared as separate articles in Barnard's American Journal of Education. Any Book or Pamphlet on the List will be sent by mail, postage paid, on receiving the price in postage stamps or money order. On orders of $20 a discount of 20 per cent. will be made. January, 1875.
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PLAN OF CENTRAL AGENCY
FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES.
The following Plan for "the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge of Education, and especially of Popular Education, and plans for its improvement through the Smithsonian Institution; or the American Association for the Advancement of Education was submitted to the Association by Hon. Henry Barnard.
The Institution [or Association] to appoint a secretary or agent; with a salary, and to furnish a room for an office and depository of educational documents and apparatus, and beyond this not to be liable for any expense.
Agenda by the secretary or agent:
1. To devote himself exclusively to the "increase and diffusion of knowledge on the subject of education, and especially of the condition and means of improving Popular Education, and particularly
2. To answer all personal or written inquiries on the subject, and collect and make available for use, information as to all advances made in the theory and practice of education in any one State or country.
3. To attend, as far as may be consistent with other requisitions on his time, and without charge to the funds of the institution, [or Association] Educational Conventions of a national and State character, for the purpose of collecting and disseminating information.
4. To edit a publication, to be entitled the American Journal and Library of Education, on the plan set forth in the accompanying paper (A.) 5. To collect
(a) Plans and models of school-houses and furniture.
(b) Specimens of maps and other material aids of education.
(e) Educational reports and documents from other States and countries.
6. To institute a system of educational exchange between literary institutions in this and other countries.
7. To make arrangements, and effect. if practicable, at least one meeting or conference of the friends of educational improvement in Washington [or elsewhere] every year.
8. To submit annually a report in which shall be given a summary of the progress of education, in each State, and as far as practicable, in every country
PLAN OF PUBLICATION.-A quarterly or monthly issue under the general title of the AMERICAN JOURNAL AND LIBRARY OF EDUCATION.
1. A JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, to be issued in quarterly or monthly numbers, embracing articles on systems, institutions and methods of education, and the current intelligence of literature and education, and to make an octavo volume annually of at least 600 pages.
II. A LIBRARY OF EDUCATION; to consist of a series of independent treatises on the following [among other] subjects, to be issued in parts, and to be forwarded with the Journal to subscribers; the several parts or treatises to make an octavo volume of at least 600 pages per year.
sent by Addre
1. A Catalogue of the best publications on the organization, instruction and discipline of schools, of every grade, and on the principles of education, in the English, French, and German languages.
2. A HISTORY OF EDUCATION, ancient and modern.
3. AN ACCOUNT OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION IN EUROPE, based on the reports of Bache, Stowe, Mann, and others.
4. NATIONAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES; or contributions to the history and improvement of common or public schools, and other institutions, means and agencies of popular education in the several States (B.)
5. SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE; or the principles of construction, ventilation, warming, acoustics, seating, &c., applied to school rooms, lecture halls, and class rooms, with illustrations.
6. NORMAL SCHOOLS, and other institutions, means and agencies for the professional training and improvement of teachers.
7. SYSTEM OF PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR LARGE CITIES AND VILLAGES, with an account of the schools and other means of popular education and recreation in the principal cities of Europe and in this country.
8. SYSTEM OF POPULAR EDUCATION FOR SPARSEDLY POPULATED DISTRICTS with an account of the schools in Norway and the agricultural portions of other countries.
9. SCHOOLS OF AGRICULTURE, and other means of advancing agricultural improvement.
10. SCHOOLS OF SCIENCE applied to the mechanic arts, civil engineering, &c. 11. SCHOOLS OF TRADE, NAVIGATION, COMMERCE, &c.
12. FEMALE EDUCATION, with an account of the best seminaries for females in this country and in Europe.
13. INSTITUTIONS FOR ORPHANS.
14. SCHOOLS OF INDUSTRY, or institutions for truant, idle or neglected children, before they have been convicted of crime.
15. REFORM SCHOOLS, or institutions for young criminals.
16. HOUSES OF REFUGE, for adult criminals.
17. SECONDARY EDUCATION, including 1. institutions preparatory to college, and 2. institutions preparatory to special schools of agriculture, engineering, trade, navigation, &c.
18. COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
19. SCHOOLS OF THEOLOGY, LAW, AND MEDICINE.
20. MILITARY AND NAVAL SCHOOLS.
21. SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION, including adult schools, evening schools, courses of popular lectures, debating classes, mechanic institutes, &c.
22. LIBRARIES, with hints for the purchase, arrangement, catalogueing, drawing and preservation of books, especially in libraries designed for popular
23. INSTITUTIONS FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, BLIND, AND IDIOTS.
24. SOCIETIES FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF SCIENCE, THE ARTS AND EDU
25. PUBLIC MUSEUMS And GalleriES.
26. PUBLIC GARDENS, and other sources of popular recreation.
27. EDUCATIONAL TRACTS, or a series of short essays on topics of immediate practical importance to teachers and school officers.
28. EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, or the lives of distinguished educators and teachers.
29. EDUCATIONAL BENEFACTORS, or an account of the founders and benefactors of educational and scientific institutions.
30. SELF-EDUCATION; or hints for self-formation, with examples of the pursuit of knowledge under difficulties.
31. HOME EDUCATION; with illustrations drawn from the Family Training of different countries.
32. EDUCATIONAL NOMENCLATURE AND INDEX; or an explanation of words and terms used in describing the systems and institutions of education in different countries, with reference to the books where the subjects are discussed and treated of.
The Series, when complete, will constitute an ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EDUCATION.
DR. HENRY BARNARD'S
STANDARD EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS.
OFFICIAL REPORTS-as Superintendent of Common Schools in Connecticut, 1 vol.; as Commissioner of Public Schools, R. I., 1 vol.; as National Commissioner of Education, 3 vols. $4.50, per volume,
CONNECTICUT COMMON SCHOOL JOURNAL, 1838-42, 4 vols. $4.00. Second Series, 1851-54. JOURNAL OF R. I. INSTITUTE OF INSTRUCTION, 1845-48, 3 vols. $3.75.
THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION-from 1856 to 1873. 24 Volumes (over 20,000 octavo pages), with 800 wood cuts of structures for educational purposes, and 125 portraits of eminent educators and teachers. Price, $108 in cloth; $132 in half goat; Single Volume in cloth $5.00, in half goat $5.50; Current Volume in numbers (1875-6—International Series, Vol. I.), $4.00. Single number, $1.25.
This publication, designed to embody the history, biography, organization, studies, discipline, and statistics of systems and institutions of education in different countries, as well as the current movements and discussions in this department of individual, social, and national development, has received the most emphatic commendation of hundreds of the prominent teachers and educators of the country. At the Vienna International Exposition of 1873, where there was the largest representation of the educational literature of different countries ever brought together, the editor received a Medal for superior merit. The International Series will complete the publication as projected by the Editor in 1850, and will embrace the Treatises (1 and 2) in the Plan submitted by him to the American Association for the Advancement of Education in 1854 on the HISTORY OF EDUCATION: or the Progressive Development of Schools of different kinds and grades, and other Formal Agencies of Instruction for children, youths, and adults in different countries, with a General Survey of National Systems in 1876-7.
The following Treatises were originally published as separate chapters in the American Journal of Education, but were prepared with special reference to being ultimately issued in the form in which they now appear. 1876.
NATIONAL EDUCATION: GENERAL AND SPECIAL. 10 Volumes.
1. Elementary and Secondary Instruction in the German States: Anhalt, Austria, Baden, Bavaria, Brunswick, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Liechtenstein, Lippe-Detmold, Lippe-Schaumberg, Luxemburg and Limberg, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Nassau, Oldenburg, Prussia, Reuss, Saxony, Saxe-Altenburg, Saxe-Coburg, Saxe-Meiningen, Saxe-Weimar, Waldeck, Wurtemberg, and the Free Cities, with a general summary of the Educational Systems and Statistics for the whole of Germany, 1871. 856 pages. Price $5.50.
2. Elementary and Secondary Instruction in Switzerland (each of the 23 Cantons), France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, 1872. 800 pages. Price $5.50 Revised Edition. 1876.
3. Contributions to the History and Statistics of Common or Public Schools (Elementary and High), Academics, Colleges, and Professional Schools in the United States, and other American States. 900 pages. Price, $5.50.
4. Elementary and Secondary Instruction in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the different dependencies of Great Britain. 800 pages. Price, $5.50.
5. Superior Instruction in Different Countries.-Ancient Greece, Rome, and Alexandria Early Christian Schools; Medieval Universities; and Systems and Institutions of Higher Education in European and American States, 1876. 960 pages. $5.50.
6. Scientific and Industrial Education in Austria, Baden, Bavaria, Brunswick, Free Cities, Hanover, Nassau, Prussia, Saxony, Saxon Principalities, Wurtemberg, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland, Italy. 800 pages. Price $5.50.
7. Special Instruction in Science and the Arts in Great Britain. 256 pages. $3.00.
8. Schools and Colleges of Science, Agriculture, and the Mechanic Arts in the United; States. In press. $300. Revised Edition. 1876.
9. Military and Naval Schools in France, Prussia, Bavaria, Italy, Russia, Holland, England, and the United States. 960 pages. $6.00.
10. Professional Training and Improvement in (1.) Teaching; (2.) Theology; (3.) Law (4.) Medicine, &c., in Different Countries. 850 pages. $5.50. Revised Edition. 1876.
The above Treatises have all appeared as separate articles in Barnard's American Journal of Education. Any Book or Pamphlet on the List will W sent by mail, postage paid, on receiving the price in postage stamps or money order. On orders of $20 a discount of 20 per cent. will be made. January, 1875
Address H. B., Post Office Box U, Hartford, Conn.