College News and Departmental Notes: The Chinese Education Club
by Departmental notes - 1917
One of the youngest and at the same time one of the most unique of the student organizations of the University is the Chinese Education Club of Teachers College which came into existence about a year ago. The membership includes Chinese students who are interested in native education and others, especially missionaries, who are engaged in similar problems. The fundamental purpose of the organization is to consider and discuss Chinese educational questions in the light of American experience, and to bring about the fullest cooperation among those persons who are now active in this work. To this end various questions have been presented before the club, among them the following: "Education in Kiangsu Province," "The Relation of Mission Schools to the Chinese Government," "The Influence of Chinese Philosophy on Education," "Chinese Secondary Education," and "The Education of Chinese Women." At the meeting to be held March 15, a talk will be given on "Chinese Principles of Education."
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