Seven Graded Sunday Schools: A Series of Practical Papers
THE living question in the Sunday school of to-day is that which considers its form of organization. As every good public school at the present tim
e is a graded school, so every first-class Sunday school must be. There can be no efficient, regular, and satisfactory work done in a Sunday school without a system of grade.
On this subject there is extensive inquiry, yet general lack of information. The majority of superintendents and teachers have either no conception or at best an exceedingly vague idea of what constitutes a graded Sunday school. We propose in a few words to set forth what are the essential features of a graded Sunday school.