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The first session of the fifty-ninth annual meeting of the Massachusetts Teachers' Association was held yesterday, in Huntington Hall, Boston. Papers were delivered in the morning on, "The Education of the Will," by Professor H. H. Horne of Dartmouth College, and on, "Moral Training in Schools," by President Caroline Hazard of Wellesley College. The discussions which followed were led by Professor M. L. Perrin of Boston University, and Principal F. B. Hill of Worcester.
In one of the conferences of the afternoon Professor P. H. Hanus led the discussion on, "The Necessity of Organizing Contemporary Educational Experience."
The closing session of the convention will be held this morning in Natural History Rooms' Hall, corner Boylston and Berkeley streets. The reports of officers and committees of the association will be heard and general business conducted at this time.
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