THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS
Final Discussion Follows Conference of New "Teachers Record" Board
A series of conferences held this week at the School of Education will end with a meeting at the University Theatre, and a luncheon at the Commander Hotel today. The conferences, which are being held under the auspices of the Harvard Teachers Association, have dealt chiefly with the problems of secondary education.
Before the conference there will be a business meeting of the editors of "The Harvard Teachers Record," a new magazine, the first copy of which has just been issued by the Educational School. The editor is Professor Charles Swain Thomas, and under his direction the publication will supplant the items in the Harvard Alumni Bulletin hitherto prepared by the School.
The conference this morning, on "Visual and Auditory Aids to Education," will be held at 10 o'clock in the University Theatre. The speakers will be B. D. Wood, of Columbia University, who will speak on "Mechanical Education Wanted." T. E. Finegan, whose subject will be "Classroom Films," and J. A. Haeseler '23, who will talk on "Major speaker will be V. C. Arnspiger, of the Sense Aids to Education."