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Pleasure and Profit in the Long
CLINE TEACHERS' AGENCY
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College Teachers. Salaries
WRITE US NOW news to our readers that many teachers spend their summer vacations in travel as representatives of educational publishers and we feel THE COLORADO TEACHERS' AGENCY 303-30AN KETEREDGER BUILDING sure that all will be interested in the following letter.
Twenty-six years' successful service in behalf of teachers and School Officials.
Early. Registration is desirable. My work with F. E. Compton & Company
FRED DICK, A. M., Mgr. last summer came about in a most natural way. I was sure that somewhere in my brain WESTERN
POSITIONS, WESTERN CANADA
Teachers holding four year High School Course, one year State Normal, salaries $90 to $100 per awakened to greater carning capacity – TEACHERS' Engagements a sements in the bencing, October, Apoyembe mand January continues till July List bring about a condition that would draw me out of my one-sided view of life
to-day for particulars. State qualifications. BUREAU
WINNIPEG, CANADA through a teacher's glasses – and yet keep me in touch with my ideals of education.
Then fate seemed to throw Anne Walker across my path. I was given a promotion and assigned to the English Department of Ouc Employment Department has a great demand for Primary and Rural School one of our City Schools. Anne was a popular Teachers of all kinds, at salaries up to $1500, and for supervisors at larger salaries. Many of writing teacher and also an object of envy to these teachers are wanted for emergency vacancies, and some of them are for next September. the whole faculty, for she was wearing a most Through our affiliated interests we cover the entire country. . Whether available (East, West, prosperous air. Interest in what she had done became North, South) now or not until next fall, come to the Bureau offering the largest opportunities:
Our endeavor is to render service of every kind to teachers. Let us hear from you. intense, and before long a Student's Club made up of twenty of our strongest teachers AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICE BUREAU was organized, and we were trained by Anne in the art of selling “The New Student's
850, 28 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago Reference Work.”
It came to be the most natural thing in the world to spend from 8 A.M. to 2 P.m. in my field and return to our flat well-satisfied with life and the fact that in helping myself to a daily wage of from $15–$20 I had also been the means of belping others to something better.
TEACHERS retumed to my schoolroom after a delightful summer on the lakes, with a wonderful
AGENCY store of new knowledge and experiences, and listen- a nice bank account, ready money for the purchase of Liberty Bonds and a new
EVERY Office WORKS for Every Registrant fall wardroe. I had earned over $900 in my
No Advance Fee-We Take the Risk three months' summer work.
NEW YORK I have been a more sympathetic teacher,
BALTIMORE, MD. 64 East Van Buren Street
110-112 E. Lexington Street broader in my relationship to the parent,
KANSAS CITY, MO. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. SPOKANE, WASH. and more appreciative of the limited oppor
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NOW IS THE TIME FOR A BETTER POSITION
THE country is short of trained teachers. More and more
are needed every day. And salaries are being made (Address of this teacher furnished upon request.)
attractive enough to get them. More
If you're not entirely satisfied — if you feel that you want to TEACHERS AMPLY REPAID
broaden your opportunity-or find more congenial conditions
I can help you. “I feel sure that every teacher who adds a library to ber school-room will be amply
I act in confidence. My small fee is usually offset by the repaid for the time and effort she spends.
increased salary secured for you. I give personal service and This is one sentence from an interesting 16
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you five times your commission in salary alone. higher position at Fewer subjects to teach. Better That's Our Business location and in better schools where advancement is sure.
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The Bradley Catalogue contains 144 pages of vital interest to every teacher. A post
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has carried our message of altruistic educational service to the small communities of the Great Lake shores, the prairies of the Central West, and the mountain keeps of the West.
Fifty per cent. of the children of America are in rural schools. Until the Victor broadened its great constructive service to reach the rural communities, as well as the cities, music was rarely taught and seldom heard by children of the country districts. As a part of this sincere desire to bring the advantages and the culture of the cities to the small schools of the country, the Victor presents a new revised edition of
"The Victrola in Rural Schools”
This booklet, profusely illustrated, contains a store of musical information, biographies, and model lessons for teaching the broader use of music. It deals with many choice Victor Records which furnish material for School Marching, Calisthenics, Folk Dances, Singing Games, Writing Exercises, Rote Songs, Folk Songs, Art Songs, Ballads, Duets, Opera Selections, Teaching Exercises, Ear Training, Nature Study, Community Singing, Violin, 'Cello, Flute, Harp, Xylophone, Bells, Band, Orchestra, Stories, and
Obtain a copy of this valuable booklet
Camden, N. J.