- “The Bais Yaakov Problem” (front page) details the problems that beset a movement that had grown as rapidly as Bais Yaakov
- article by Dr. Pinchas Cohen on women and the Agudah
- Sarah Schenirer’s report on a visit to Frankfurt am Main: she admires the Orthodoxy and pays her respects to the descendants of Samson Raphael Hirsch
- Minutes of the Bais Yaakov Conference held in Warsaw on February 25, 1925, in which the professionalization and centralization of the movement was undertaken
During the following few years, the Journal used a number of different systems for numbering issues.
As the first issue after Dr. Leo Deutschländer fully took over administering the movement, this issue reflects the new German orientation of the movement.