Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Página 63 - work be shod; Made to tread the mills of toil Up and down in ceaseless moil; Happy if their track be found Never on forbidden ground ; Happy if they sink not in Quick and treacherous sands of sin ; .Mi! that thou couldst know thy joy Ere it passes, barefoot
Página 29 - Take the Bible as a whole, make the severest deductions which fair criticism can dictate and there still remains in this old literature a vast residuum of moral beauty and grandeur. By the study of what other book could children be
Página 82 - out, we find to be that which most nearly concerns the business of life. All our industries would cease were it not for that information which men begin to acquire, as best they may, after their education is said to be finished.
Página 260 - Such bond shall be executed by such contractor to the people of the State of Michigan, in such amount and with such sureties as shall be approved by the board, officer, or agent acting on behalf of the State, county, city,
Página 82 - child, and which should be an appendage of sociological studies, is commenced betimes, while physical geography, comprehensible and comparatively attractive to a child, is in great part passed over. Nearly every subject dealt with is arranged in abnormal order—definitions and rules and principles being put first, instead of being
Página x - for public examinations, shall be audited and allowed by the board of supervisors of the county, but shall in no county exceed the sum of two hundred dollars per annum, but no traveling fees shall be allowed to the secretary
Página 75 - on earth there is nothing great but man ; in man there is nothing great but mind.
Página 29 - and there still remains in this old literature a vast residuum of moral beauty and grandeur. By the study of what other book could children be
Página 82 - Intellectual progress is of necessity from the concrete to the abstract. But regardless of this, highly abstract subjects such as grammar, which should come quite late, are begun quite early. Political geography, dead and uninteresting
Página x - of the school year to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, of the official labor performed by the board of school examiners, and by himself, and of the general condition and management of the schools of the county, together with such other information as may be required of him;

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