It is gratifying to note that our periodicals. The Standard Bearer, Concordia, and Beacon Lights, are running more articles on the school question than we have witnessed for some time. There are also other indications which tend to show that the field of child education is receiving more attention than has been evident in past years. While this interest moves forward unabated, it might be well to inject the idea of combining our efforts into a sort of League or Union of Protestant Reformed Schools. While it is true that there always have been abuses connected with the functions of so-called Central Boards, this does not take away the fact that good can be accomplished by united and co-operative action. There is, for example, the problem of preparing young men and young women to teach. This is of great concern to all communities where a school is desired. Likewise the matter of textbooks, etc. There is above all the pressing need for promoting this cause among all our Protestant Reformed people. It has already been demonstrated that separate school existence is practical even in small congregations. Perhaps if our periodicals continue to contribute more thought to the question in general, the desire to see our hopes realized will grow with the years. Perhaps it is not too early to suggest an annual or semi-annual convention of delegates from all churches, to consider the many angles involved in bringing schools to existence where Protestant Reformed youth can be trained in harmony with the principles and viewpoints which have given us a separate denominational existence. Such delegates could return home with new zeal and ambition and could become the nucleus from which progress could be developed. If you share these thoughts, let us hear from you. The editors of our periodicals will no doubt provide space for the exchange of views.