Education: N. E. A. at Columbus

N. E. A. at Columbus

The population of Columbus, Ohio last week swelled temporarily from 286,000 to 298,000 by the National Education Association's 68th annual convention, best attended meeting in N. E. A. history. Old and new were the pedagogical problems and practices discussed and resolved upon.

Radio Television. Dr. William Chandler Bagley of Columbia Teachers College felt that radio and television "may work profound changes in education that will enable the best of teachers to reach all pupils of the country in their school rooms." Those pedagogs who are not fitted...

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