Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Том 1

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Gardeners schools in Russia 1023
xlix
Education in Alaska
l
Total population school population
lxiv
Teachers and salaries
lxxiv
Revenues LXXVIU
lxxx
COCKSES OF STUDY IX MEDICAL SCHOOLS
xcix
List of Foreign Universities and Other Institutions of Higher Edu
cxiv
Requirements for practice of medicine
cxix
PART III
1
From 1500 to 1800
26
The nineteenth century Tbc universities
63
Review of the statistics 1991
89
Vacation courses in Paris
127
Education in Great Britain and Ireland
133
Summary of the statistics 2043
144
The narrow course of elementary schools an obstacle to union of grades
147
Universities and university colleges
156
Teaching of cookery in English schools 105
165
Institutions for Higher Education
169
Topical outline 109
172
Payment and distribution of the common school fund
178
The system of British Columbia
184
Central and local authorities sources of Bchool income compulsory laws
190
Primary education In Australasia by D White M A
197
Extracts from paper on educational reform by Hon C C Bowen
205
Industrial schools in xfow Zealand by Mark Cohen editor of Evening Star Dnnedin New Zealand
212
Statistics of technological agricultural forestry mining and veterinary schools
222
School gardens in Europe
224
Salaries of teachers in elementary schools of Switzerland
230
Illiteracy in Europe
236
Philosophy as a school study
247
Prefatory note
257
Report ox European Textile SchoolsBy C P Brooks director of
269
The International Congress on Technical Education
295
Remarks on the teaching of chemistry by Georgo Lunge Ph D professor of technological
302
Some limitations to technical instruction by Sir Joshna Fitch LL D
309
Evening schools by Swire Smith member of the late Royal Commission on Technical Instruc
317
The true basis of technical education by W Slingo principal of Telegraphists School of Science
324
Systematic commercial education by T A Organ B A L C C
334
Chapter XLOrganization and Reconstruction of State Systems of Common School
355
Summary of statistics of cities containing over 8 000 inhabitants 2337
366
Connect icu t
392
Rhode Island
400
Statistics of evening schools 2407
402
Vermont
407
New Hampshire
416
Maine
423
New York
437
Influence of Spiesa on nchool gymnastics in Germany
532
Present tendency in physical education in Europe 518
549
Physical education in American colleges
557
A provisional schematic study of leading topics in physical education
564
Significance of physical education among the Greeks as presented in the Anacharsis of Lucian
571
English Influence
591
German influence
603
Status of Woman from the Educational and Industrial Standpoint
631
Education of women in foreign countries
637
Women in industrial worli 853
655
Womans congresses and federations
663
Report on the general federation of womens clubs 006
669
What some of the teachers say by John Cotton Dana Denver Public Library
680
School libraries by Electra C Doren Dayton Public Library Ohio 084
688
Previous articles on the subject 003
694
Secondary schools
703
lieport on recent progress of French technical education by Charles Copland Perry M A Ph D
709
Commercial Education
717
American 2SS1
750
The University of Paris in 1898 77
753
General statement 1797
756
Victor Durny minister of public instruction
760
Henri Marion philosopher and teacher address by M F Bnisson
775
English 2605
776
The Tracking or Astronomy in the Primary and Secondary Schools
869
New home of Columbia University 1797
871
Principles which should guide in forming courses of undergraduate and graduate instruction
889
Education in Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippines By R L Packard
909
Primary education
912
Porto Kiro
918
Historical sketch of education in Cuba 9
925
Statistics of schools of
940
Introduction
989
The school gardens at the Buscombe British School 1575
1001
Other foreign 2008
1052
Measurements of children in the United States
1094
Measurements of school children in Europe
1118
Psychophysical instruments of precision iu tho museum of the Bureau of Education
1141
Progress of extension work report of work done under the Nixon law of 1S97 of the State
1161
Catalogue of instruments and apparatus in the psychological laboratory of Harvard University
1195
List of makers of psychophysical and anthropological instruments
1202
National school of mines z
1211
Literary and scientific societies
1217
General observations on Brazil
1224
National Academy of Fine Arts
1231
Admission requirements of dental schools
1237
Educational Directory
1255
College presidents 1261
1268

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Страница 596 - It is therefore ordered, That every township in. this jurisdiction, after the Lord hath increased them •to the number of fifty householders, shall then forthwith appoint one within their town to teach all such children as shall resort to him to write and read...
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Страница 377 - ... to impress on the minds of children and youth committed to their care and instruction the principles of piety and justice and a sacred regard to truth ; love of their country, humanity, and universal benevolence; sobriety, industry, and frugality; chastity, moderation, and temperance ; and those other virtues which are the ornament of human society and the basis upon which a republican Constitution is founded...
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