The Harvard Teachers' Association will hold its eleventh annual meeting in Sever Hall, Saturday morning, March 8, at 9.45 o'clock. After the meeting the annual dinner will be served in the Union. The topic for discussion is, "Education, North and South." The programme is as follows: 9.45, business meeting; 10.00, "Some Social Aspects of Education," by G. Stanley Hall, president of Clark University; "Educational Tendencies, Desirable and Otherwise," by Andrew S. Draper, president of the University of Illinois; followed by general discussion. The after-dinner subjects are: "Educational Conditions in the Southern States," by Robert C. Ogden of New York, chairman of the Southern Education Board; "Industrial Education," by Rev. Herbert W. Stebbins of Boston.
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