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447 페이지 - ... States Bureau of Education, said of that appeal for adequate reports : " I am very glad that this book has been written and published, and am convinced that we are to find ways by which the public school statistics in this country may be made more directly serviceable in the improvement of the schools." School reports as they are serve neither critics nor defenders of present tendencies in popular education. A wellknown writer, who " went honestly to condemn " the public schools, and " came back...
451 페이지 - How much did each receive? 12 A freight train left Albany for New York at 6 o'clock. An express left on the same track at 8 o'clock. It went at the rate of 40 miles an hour. At what time of day will it overtake the freight train if the freight train stops after it has gone 56 miles?
418 페이지 - ... the law. Under the provision of the charter of the city and county of San Francisco the county superintendent of schools elected by the people, and the deputy superintendents appointed by the superintendent, become the superintendent and deputy superintendents of schools of the city. The charter of the city and county of San Francisco places the schools of the district under the control and management of a board of education of five members, four members appointed by the mayor of the city and...
454 페이지 - I ask, in the name of common sense, in the name of all that is fair and honest, is it possible to have this "fine spirit...
432 페이지 - ... members shall serve without pay; which shall be independent of all other branches of the city government; shall have power to appoint the superintendent of schools and to confirm or reject the superintendent's nominations of all deputy or assistant superintendents, directors of special departments, supervisors, principals, teachers, and such other officers and employees as may be provided by charter or by action of the board; and shall have full control and management, through its superintendent...
454 페이지 - ... there is a genuine social life. At the same time there was orderliness and prompt obedience to required standards and full recognition of authority and a quiet polite behavior resting on mutual respect. The relations also between principals and teachers as showm in the school buildings and in social meetings at noon were cordial and displayed a fine spirit of harmony and cooperation. The children showed a healthy, hearty physical aspect, due perhaps to the fact that they live so much out of doors....
423 페이지 - The large numbers of children in these groups and the large number of schools involved call for special expert attention to a degree not now afforded in the organization of the San Francisco schools. Further discussion of this topic occurs elsewhere. The survey commission had no facilities for a detailed study of the problem of mental deviates. This work requires special technical knowledge and experience and laboratory and clinical equipment. Such observations as were possible indicated clearly...
426 페이지 - ... dynamic energy in pushing forward to solve new problems. The following statements will serve to show our point of view in judging a school system: The purpose of the elementary school is to qualify boys and girls to satisfy the demands of right living under modern social and industrial conditions. The course of study and all the school activities should be so selected and organized as to promote the all-round development and efficiency of children, both while they are growing up and coming in...
431 페이지 - Francisco in such a way as to provide for the creation of a board of education whose members shall serve without pay; which shall be independent of all other branches of the city government; shall have power to .appoint the superintendent of schools and to confirm or reject the superintendent's nominations of all deputy or assistant superintendents, directors of special departments, supervisors, principals, teachers, and such other officers and employees as may be provided by...
454 페이지 - ... instruction. — In general our observations discovered to us a wholesome and hearty spirit in the school life. Between teachers and children there was good will and cooperation. The boys and girls were happy, and very little scolding or nagging was seen. The severity and harshness of the old-fashioned school have disappeared, and there is a genuine social life. At the same time there was orderliness and prompt obedience to required standards and full recognition of authority and a quiet polite...

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