Education: Sadler's Elite

Last week a bald, ruddy-cheeked, jolly Briton of 69 arrived in Manhattan from England. His coming was the occasion for great activity among the pedagogs of Columbia's Teachers College, for since the turn of the Century no name has been more famed in pedagogy than that of Michael Ernest Sadler. He had come to deliver this year's Sachs Memorial Lectures at Teachers College.

Author of the "Sadler Reports" (1895-1903) when, as director of Special Inquiries and Reports in the Education Department of England and Wales, he disseminated sheafs of data on educational goings-on...

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