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“ THAT WHICH MAKES A GOOD CONSTITUTION MUST KEEP IT, VIZ : MEN OF WISDOX AND VIRTUE ; QUAL-
FULLY PROPAGATED BY A VIRTUOUS EDUCATION OF YOUTH."-Penn.
THO. H. BURROWES.
VOL. XIV,- JULY, 1865 TO JULY, 1866.
PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL .
No. 1. Lennsylvania School Yournal.
all combine to call for a large attendance. Ciroular letters will be sent to the County Superintendents, urging them
to use their influence in promoting the interests of the PUBLISHED MONTHLY.
meeting, and cause a notice of it to be published in their respective local papers.
Arrangements have been made to procure accommodaTH0. H. BURROW E3, EDITOR & PUBLISHER.
tions for the members at hotels and in private families, at reduced rates. The following railroad companies upon ap
plication have agreed to a reduction of fare to members of STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
the association, viz: The Atlantic and Great Western, The Pennsylvania State Teachers' Association will meet Pennsylvania Central, Philadelphia and Erie, Beaver Valin annual convention, at MEADVILLE, Crawford county, on ley, Pittsburg and Erie.
WM. F. WYERS,
WEST CHESTER, June 26, 1865. Tuesday, August 1st, at 10 o'clock, a. m., and remain in
Chr. Er. Com.
N. B.-The members of the Executive Committee are session three days : PROGRAMME.
earnestly requested to meet for consultation at 8 o'clock,
a. m., on Tuesday, August 1st, at Headville. TUESDAY MORNING: Organization; Miscellaneous Business; Address of Welcome; Response by the Association. Afternoon–1. Address by the President, F. A. Allen, of
NATIONAL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Tioga county. 2. Report: “The Relation of the Common
This body will hold its annual meeting for 1865, on the Shumaker, of Juniata county. Discussion of the Report. liver an address of Welcome, at 10 o'clook, a. m., on the School to Higher
Lnstitutions of Learning," by J. 1. 16th, 17th and 18th of August, in the Hall of the House Resolutions and Motions.
Evoning-Address by the Rev. Thomas K. Beecher, of 18th. On the afternoon of the 17th, it is contemplated to Blmira, New York. Discussion : "Whispering in School, have an excursion to GETTYSBURG. All the hotels of Harhow prevented.”
risburg have consented to reduce their charges about oneWEDNESDAY Moaning : The Importance of the Co-oper- third, in favor of the
members of the Association, and the ation of the Christian Ministry in the cause of Popular edu. railroads contering at Harrisburg will grant free return cation, by ; discussion of the report. Discussion : "Are tickets to members who pay full fare to them, respootively, the older States of the Union entitled to & share in the
on their way to the place of meeting. public lands for Common School purposes ?" Kiscellaneous Business.
THE STATE AND NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. Afternoon-Discussion—"Efficient Agencies of a judi
We have only space to express the hope, that cious School Government.” Report by Prof. Brooks, of Millersville Normal School, —"The effect of Common School both these bodies may be fully attended. The systems upon Parental Education." Discussion of the Teachers of the State owe it to themselves to susReport.
Evening,Address by Rev. F. 8. Jewell, Principal of tain their own organization, by their presence, in New York State Normal School. Subject: "The Position large numbers. The programme shows, that a rare and Duty of the Church with regard to the Publio Sobool treat and a valuable meeting have been provided for Teacher.” Discussion: “The Self-reporting System.”
THURSDAY MOBNING : Reports of Committees. The Re- them, if they will attend and partake. lation of the Educator to the State, by A. N. Raub, of
They owe it also to State pride and their character Schuylkill county. Discussion of the Report. Discussion : "Ethics in School."
as members of a great profession, to attend the Afternoon-Election of Officers; Essay by Miss Jennie National Association. Armies of Teachers are E. Leonard, of Clearfield county. Subject : "Our Plan for the Edacation of the Orphan Children of Soldiers and coming from New England and the great West, and Sailors.” General Discussion upon topics suggested by the some even from the southern States. Let PennsylAssociation.
Evening Social, Meeting ; Addresses and Speeches; nania give them a generons welcome. The fall Regolations.
programme will be in the August number. Reports should not occupy more than 20 minutes. The programme is published that the teachers of the
MR. STEVENS'S SPEECH, IN 1885. State may make its topics the subject of thought and discussion among themselves, and thus come prepared for an
This eloquent and able production is in this num. active participation in the business of the convention. The ber. All should read the arguments necessary, thirty Executive Committee oxpect to have a large, enthusiastic years ago, to prevent the repeal of the Common and profitable meeting. The place of the meeting, the surroundings of the town, its numerous literary institutions, School Law.