San Francisco: author, 1917. 8p, 5x6.5 inches, wraps, staple-bound, staples rusted but no impact on program, mildly discolored with stain at right corner of pages, handwriting from period on front cover's lower left corner, median fold lengthwise as if for placement in pocket.
Program for educational program for SF teachers presented by the Superintendent of Schools. Mayor James Rolph welcomed the teachers, who were addressed by Stanford's Lewis Terman on early IQ testing and on working with "superior children" prior to his testing of soldiers during WWI. Henry Holmes of Harvard also spoke on "Education and the Great War."