In the two general types of Schools of Education in the country there is evident the same tendency to make closer the work of the School and of the University. These two types are that represented by the Teachers’ College in Columbia University and that to be found in a number of State Universities in the West. There is a steady pressure brought to bear by the School of Education upon the University to introduce members of its faculty into the faculty of the University, in so far as they are not specifically teachers of pedagogy, theoretical and applied. The difference lies in the fact that there is no clear and generally accepted theory of the teaching of teaching. It appears most important that the dominant influences in the School of Education, in shaping its policy, in inspiring its work, in informing its students, should be university influences rather than those of the technical Normal School.