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HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

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It is well, in this busy world of ours, that certain days and occasions tend to lead us to review the past and to form newer and better resolutions for future action and effort. Of such days none is more prominent than New Year's. To the teacher it is peculiarly so.

As he walks to the scene of his labors, on the first morning of a new year, the joyous and hearty greetings of his pupils touch his heart and lead him, more earnestly than ever before, to ask himself,“ What can I do to increase the happiness of my pupils and thus render them some substantial return for their kindly • Happy New Year' greetings?” That teacher must be stolid indeed, whose heart is not stirred to newer life and better impulses as he receives such assurances of love and good wishes on the part of the young hearts daily entrusted to his care and training. Every true teacher will by them be impelled to reflect and to ask, if, in any particular, he has failed to do all he ought to have done, and as he reviews his past errors and short comVol. XII.

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