The Parents' Review

A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
Our Work.

Volume 3, 1892/93, pg. 559

House of Education--Our students are at the present time gaining useful experience in holiday engagements. We hear pleasant things of their work. Will not our friends endeavour to get more students for us? The demand is excessive.

"I hope in time it will be de rigueur that all high-class governesses should go to you for a diploma," says a correspondent, who is also one of our patronesses. It will indeed be a joyful thing when the qualifications of a high-class governess must necessarily include a knowledge of the principles of education and character training.

May we again urge upon our readers the importance of bestirring themselves to obtain signatures to Dr. Schofield's Memorial. We feel that this memorial is most important in the interests of both health and education.

[Dr. Schofield was collecting funds to erect a memorial to health education.]

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