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Education To-day and To-morrow. By P. E. Matheson. (ff. Milford.

Is 6d. net.)—These collected addresses and essays, ranging over a period of twenty years, are sanely critical, and yet hopeful. Mr. Matheson reminds teachers and parents that in many ways education has improved in the present generation, and ho looks forward to further advance. On the vexed question of compulsory Greek, he declares that Oxford and Cambridge are really waiting for the schoolmasters to make up their minds as to the beat curriculum. Perhaps too much is written nowadays about educa- tion, but this stimulating little book is welcome.