NARRATIVE. Section III------ Schools. 19. In view of the fact that the Navajos have never been supplied with school facilities for all olidron of school age, 1t would be impossible to ſarcast how long schools will be necessary. When schools are provided for all their children and education is the rule among the tribe, and not the exception, nsideration may be given to a reduction of schools. At the present time a large increase is all that can be considered. The industrial activities of schools for the Na va jo should Center upon the care and breeding od stock.