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The Relations of the Heads of Departments to the Training School - Felmley
From the Practical to the Intellectual in the Shop - Richards
The Field of Shop-Work in the Elementary School — Painter
Possibilities of Art Education in Relation to Manual Training - Fenollosa
Practical Co-operation between Art and Manual Training - Peyser
Elementary Preparation in Drawing for Secondary Schools - Kirby
Report of the Committee of Ten on Elementary Art Education -
An Anamolous Situation, with Suggestions for Improvement - Dann
The Psychological and Ethical Value of Music-
A Practical Commercial Course for a Massachusetts High School - Gaylord
President's Address: "Educative" Physical Education
Requirements for Physical Education in our Public Schools - Hartung
President's Address: The Teaching of Science - Norton
The Educatioual Value of Museums - Farrington
The Projection Microscope-Its Possibilities and Value in Teaching Biology
The Library as an Educator - Millis
Libraries and Schools - A Two-Faced Question - Fordyce
What Minnesota is Doing for her Feeble Minded and Epileptics - Rogers
The Organization of Associations of Parents of Deaf Children as an Aid to
Abstracts of Addresses: Teaching of Agriculture — Compton, 862; Hin-
drances to Citizenship - Wilson, 862; Training Home-makers-Shutt,
863; Outing System for Girls-Jackson, 864; Need of Home Societies
Hart, 865; Tuberculosis - Perkins, Bullock, 865; Judicious Direction
Crouse, 867; Class-Room Work --Hart, 868; Education Adapted to
Needs Robertson, 868; Value of Agricultural School - McCowan, 869;
Correlation of School and Farm Work Nardin, 870; What is our Aim ?
-Wright, 872; Rules and Regulations -Potter, 873; Value of Day
School Duncan, 874; Books for Indian Children, Covey, 874; News-
papers in Indian Schools, Harris, 875; General Addresses, Butler, Sadler,
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching, and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States, we, whose names are subjoined, agree to adopt the following
This association shall be styled the NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.
SECTION 1. It shall consist of eighteen departments: first, of Superintendence; second, of Normal Schools; third, of Elementary Education; fourth, of Higher Education; fifth, of Manual Training; sixth, of Art Education; seventh, of Kindergarten Education; eighth, of Music Education; ninth, of Secondary Education; tenth, of Business Education; eleventh, of Child Study; twelfth, of Physical Education; thirteenth, of Natural Science Instruction; fourteenth, of School Administration; fifteenth, the Library Department; sixteenth, of Special Education; seventeenth, of Indian Education; and eighteenth, the National Council of Education.
Other departments may be organized in the manner prescribed in this con
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP
SECTION 1. There shall be three classes of members, namely, active, associate, and corresponding.
SEC. 2. Teachers and all who are actively associated with the management of educational institutions, including libraries and periodicals, may become active members. All others who pay an annual membership fee of two dollars may become associate members.
Eminent educators not residing in America may be elected by the Directory to be corresponding members. The number of corresponding members shall at no time exceed fifty.
SEC. 3. Any person eligible may become an active member upon application indorsed by two active members, and the payment of an enrollment fee of two dollars and the annual dues for the current year.
Active members only have the right to vote and to hold office in the general Association or in the several departments.
All active members must pay annual dues of two dollars, and will be entitled to the volume of Proceedings without "coupon" or other conditions. The annual membership
fee shall be payable at the time of the annual convention, or by remittance to the Secretary before September 1 of each year. Any active member may discontinue membership by giving written notice to the Secretary before September 1, and may restore the same only on payment of the enrollment fee of two dollars and the annual dues for the current year.
All life members and life directors shall be denominated active members, and shall enjoy all the powers and privileges of such members without the payment of annual dues. Associate members may receive the volume of Proceedings in accordance with the usual "coupon" conditions, as printed on the membership certificate.
Corresponding members will be entitled to the volume of Proceedings without the payment of fees or other conditions.
SEC. 4. The names of active and corresponding members only will be printed in the volume of Proceedings, with their respective educational titles, offices, and addresses, the list to be revised annually by the Secretary of the Association.
SECTION 1. The officers of this Association shall consist of a President, twelve VicePresidents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Board of Directors, a Board of Trustees, and an Executive Committee, as hereinafter provided.
SEC. 2. The Board of Directors shall consist of the President of the National Educational Association, First Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, chairman of the Board of Trustees, and one additional member from each state, territory, or district, to be elected by the Association for the term of one year, or until their successors are chosen, and of all life directors elected previous to July 10, 1895.
All past presidents of the Association now living (July 10, 1895), and all future presidents at the close of their respective terms of office, and the United States Commissioner of Education, shall be life directors of the Association.
The President of the National Educational Association, First Vice-President, Treasurer, chairman of the Board of Trustees, and a member of the Association to be chosen annually by the Board of Directors, which member shall hold office for one year, shall constitute the Executive Committee.
SEC. 3. The elective officers of the Association, with the exception of the Secretary, shall be chosen by the active members of the Association by ballot, unless otherwise ordered, on the third day of each annual session, a majority of the votes cast being necessary for a choice. They shall continue in office until the close of the annual session subsequent to their election, and until their successors are chosen, except as hereinafter provided.
Each department shall be administered by a president, vice-president, secretary, and such other officers as it shall deem necessary to conduct its affairs; but no person shall be elected to any office of the Association, or of any department, who is not, at the time of the election, an active member of the Association.
SEC. 5. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association and of the Board of Directors, and shall perform the duties usually devolving upon a presiding officer. In his absence, the first vice-president in order, who is present, shall preside; and in the absence of all vice-presidents, a pro-tempore chairman shall be appointed on nomination, the Secretary putting the question.
SEC. 6. The Secretary shall keep a full and accurate report of the proceedings of the general meetings of the Association and all meetings of the Board of Directors, and shall conduct such correspondence as the directors may assign, and shall have his record's present at all meetings of the Association and of the Board of Directors. The Secretary of each department shall, in addition to performing the duties usually pertaining to his office, keep a list of the members of his department.