There are problems connected with the teaching of the various school subjects that it is wise for the reader to consider before he, too, perhaps becomes the excellent specialist teacher. In the senior school, where interest will only develop if the pupils can be given expert help in the acquisition of technique, the need for specialist teachers is obvious. In Geography, History, Natural Science, Dramatic work, and all crafts, drawing and colour work are used as a means to an end, and just as every teacher is a teacher of English so should nearly every one be a teacher of drawing. The chapter provides a revised curriculum with much more time for games and arts and divers crafts in the boys' secondary school, the plea is even more earnest when consideration is given to the work of the average secondary school for girls.