College News and Departmental Notes: Secondary Education
by Departmental notes - 1922
Professor Thomas H. Briggs has returned to his duties at the College after having been away on sabbatical leave since last February. While on leave he conducted a survey of the secondary schools at Lakewood, Ohio, and delivered lectures at three of the State Teachers Colleges of Oklahoma and at the Pennsylvania State College; but most of the time he devoted to writing. Among his recent publications are: "Extra-Curricular Activities in Junior High Schools," in Educational Administration and Supervision, January, 1922; "What Next in Secondary Education?" in Sixth Yearbook of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and in The School Review, September, 1922; "Major Professional Courses at Teachers College," in Educational Monographs of the Society of College Teachers of Education and in Educational Administration and Supervision, October, 1922; "Objectives in Secondary Education," in The Journal of Rural Education, April, 1922; "The Professionally Trained High-School Principal," in the Proceedings of the National Education Association and to appear in The School Review; and chapters on the high schools in the report of the Philadelphia Survey.
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