Music: In Public Schools

Since the days not long ago when public-school music was limited to daily sing-song renderings of a morning hymn, tremendous strides have been taken in this branch of education. Now even remote little schools have their special music teachers, their glee clubs, orchestras, bands, unusual opportunities to hear concerts by professionals. To discuss these comparatively recent developments and to compare achievements, there met last week in Chicago some 7,400 music supervisors for the Second Biennial National Conference. Superintendent William. J. Bogan of the Chicago Public Schools spoke. So did Conference President...

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