Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Monroe, Paul

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MONROE, PAUL, educator; born in North Madison, Ind., in 1869, attended Franklin College, Ind., and Chicago and Heidelberg universities. He became instructor of history at Columbia University, later speculating in education in its historic aspect, and lecturing at Yale and California universities as well as Columbia. During 1912-1913 reported on the condition of education in the Philippines. Edited “Encyclopedia of Education.” His works include: “Source Book in the History of Education,” and “Principles of Secondary Education.”