1913 American journal of public health (New York, N.Y. : 1912)  
Editorials program at the present time is made up of two hundred and thirty papers in addition to ten or-a dozen symposiums which are being formed by as many national societies interested in various special phases of school hygiene. The diverse geographical source of the various officers and committees listed in this bulletin indicate a pretty general realization of the universal need for improved sanitary and hygienic influences in our city, village and rural schools. The program indicates a
more » ... finite desire on the part of the promoters of this Congress to focus attention upon the application of hygienic knowledge, hygienic methods and hygienic procedures to school conditions through school people and through public-spirited citizens, so that our scientific knowledge of school hygiene may be put to work for the benefit of mankind. This journal desires to express a cordial sympathy with these plans and to state the hope that this Congress may lead to a persistent, permanent and serious activity in the interest of better school conditions in all communities.
doi:10.2105/ajph.3.5.449 fatcat:cecyxqng2bg47ovkflpgvsb6va