Education: Schooling

Six authors have made research on Character* They are headmasters of New England private schools. Their quarry is elusive, ideal, multiform. Like sensible men, each author has conducted that part of the work for which he is specially qualified. By this means a scheme of education for the modern boy is outlined thoroughly, authoritatively, in six chapters. The book recommends itself highly to parents and pedagogs.

Dr. Alfred E. Stearns of Phillips-Andover Academy wrote Chapter One. He has done no teaching in the 23 years he has...

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