Excerpt from The American Journal of Education, 1881, Vol. 31
The original call, issued more than a year ago, was signed by many prominent educators from all the states Of Europe, and the recent Circular of the General Committee bears the names of some three hundred individ uals connected with the Ministry Of Public Instruction, the universities, the normal schools, and other institutions and the Public Press in their several countries.
The programme Of proceedings issued by the General Committee con tains over ninety subjects, on which special papers or discussions are invited, and in the main provided for. These subjects are assigned to Six sections, viz.: (1) Primary Instruction, including Creches', Kindergarten, infant schools, etc. (2) Secondary Instruction; (3) Superior Instruction; (4) Special Schools, professional, technical, agricultural, commercial, nor mal; (5) Adult Education; (6) School Hygiene. Each section has a score tary, and will hold sectional meetings, and certain topics belonging to each section will be presented in written papers, and for discussion in the general meeting Of the whole congress.
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