The various types of evaluative studies of guidance which have been published were classified and discussed by Grayson N. Kefauver and Harold C. Hand in an article, “Evaluation of Guidance Programs,” in the March issue of Occupations. A paper on “Proposals for a Program of Evaluation of Guidance,” presented by Professor Kefauver at the meeting of the National Vocational Guidance Association at Cleveland in February, giving further details of the threefold investigation referred to in the opening paragraph of the present article, and setting forth the need and the difficulty of such evaluation, appears in the September number of The School Review. Evaluation of anything is impossible without a definite determination of the purpose or purposes of the thing to be evaluated. In the subjoined article are listed 15 objectives which have been accepted for the investigation now under way.