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

Capa
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1888

No interior do livro

Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica

Não foram encontradas quaisquer críticas nos locais habituais.

Índice

68
109
Arizona
112
70
118
Delaware
120
Georgia
126
725
133
Kentucky
136
Massachusetts
143
Missouri
149
New York
155
South Carolina
163
DISCUSSIONS OF EDUCATIONAL QUESTIONS BY STATE SUPERINTENDENTS
172
Country schools
178
Education nature and objects of
187
Hygiene
195
Religious and moral training
201
School systems
207
Temperance instruction
214
Salanes of primary teachers
223
sehool systems Table 21
309
726
313
819
376
BUREAU OF EDUCATION
391
TRAINING OF TEACHERS
396
Introductory remarks
399
Statistics of teachers institutes Table
454
KINDERGARTENS
466
fummary of statistics of kindergartens Table 27
469
Patistics of kindergarten training schoois Table 30
491
SECONDARY INSTRUCTIOX
494
New institutions and buildings
497
Summary of statistics of private secondary schools iar girls Table 32 Division A
500
Comparative statistics of secondary schools
508
ion A
512
Comparative statistics of private secondary schools for girls Table 34 Division A
514
Statistics of secondary schools supported whely by pabiie fazes Table 36 Division A
519
Statistics of secondary sehools sapparted partly by pabile fonds Tadze 2 Division
560
Statistics of secondary schools supported partly by public funds Table 36 Division
568
Statistics of private secondary schools for both sexes Table 37 Division C
588
Addenda to the statistics of secondary instruction
629
Admission requirementsagricultural and mechanical colleges Table 89
639
Equipment of land grant colleges
642
Admission of women to Colombia Coseze
655
Summary of statistics of land grant schools Table 48
708
ble 52
725
76
731
Ratio of college attendance to white population in 1857 Table 55
734
Sammary of statistics of professional schools Tables 56 and
735
Statistics of schools of theology Table 60
740
88
744
Jl SCHOOLS OF
748
Summary of statistics of schools of law Table
754
Statistics of the same Table 64
760
Summary of statisties of schools of medicine dentistry and pharmacy Table
776
Analysis of bachelors degrees conferred Table
782
Societies for the promotion of manual training
791
Periodicals
803
Changes of the year
820
Number of schools for the deaf teachers and papils Table
833
Conventions
838
Meeting of the Board of Trastees of the American Printing House for the
841
fury of statistics of commercial and business colleges Table
845
Convention
847
Classification of pupils
855
The cottage system
856
Summary of statistics of reform schools Table
867
Noteworthy gifts and bequests to schools etc Table 96
882
American
888
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND CONVENTIONS
894
Fermer library tables
901
Free pablie reference libraries Tables 99 and 100
917
Created as a Department March 2 1867 Made an Office of
919
Pablie school libraries Tables 101 and 102
925
Free corporate lending libraries Tables 103 and 104
931
Libraries of societies associations and clubs Tables 105 and 106 911
941
Corporate lending libraries open to subscribors Tables 107 and 108 934
970
Statistics of educational periodicals Table 111
973
Ziesentary education in London
980
Cas School Programmes be Shortened and Enriched
1005
List of publications 1031
1031
Statistics of relorm schools Table 83
1064
868
1111
809
1134
872
1147
792
1150
793
1160

Outras edições - Ver tudo

Palavras e frases frequentes

Passagens conhecidas

Página 873 - ... pledge themselves to compel their children, male and female, between the ages of six and sixteen years, to attend school ; and it is hereby made the duty of the agent for said Indians to see that this stipulation is strictly complied with ; and the United States agrees that for every thirty children between said ages who can be induced or compelled to attend school, a house shall be provided and a teacher competent to...
Página 204 - It is understood by your committee that the lessons in physiology and hygiene (with special reference to the effects of stimulants and narcotics) required by state laws should be included in this oral course in natural science. Manual training...
Página 707 - AN ACT To establish agricultural experiment stations In connection with the colleges established In the several States under the provisions of an act approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and of the acts supplementary thereto...
Página 178 - English language only, and the trustee, and such other officers as may be in control, shall have taught in them, orthography, reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, English grammar, physiology, history of the United States, scientific temperance and good behavior, and such other branches of learning as the advancement of pupils may require, and the...
Página 178 - Trustee from time to time direct; and whenever the parents or guardians of twenty-five or more children in attendance at any school of a township, town or city, shall so demand, it shall be the duty of the School Trustee or Trustees of said township, town or city, to procure efficient teachers, and introduce the German language, as a branch of study, into such schools ; and the tuition in said schools shall be without charge: Provided, such demand is made before the teacher for said district is employed.
Página 190 - In a state of rude nature there is no such thing as a people. A number of men in themselves have no collective capacity. The idea of a people is the idea of a corporation. It is wholly artificial; and made like all other legal fictions by common agreement.
Página 136 - The superintendent of public instruction arid the presidents of the normal schools of this State are directed to prepare a list of books, to be amended from time to time, suitable for school libraries, to include books of reference, history, biography, literature, political economy, agriculture, travel, and natural science...
Página 88 - Alaska" the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to make needful and proper provision for the education of the children of school age in the Territory of Alaska "without reference to race, until such time as permanent provisions shall be made for the same.
Página 188 - ... school system. Just how far the State should go in thus preparing a child is a question of much moment. Shall the line be drawn at what is commonly termed secondary education, or shall the high school, having in its curriculum the higher mathematics, the sciences, and Latin and Greek, be supported ? Is the high school necessary to mould the character of citizenship mentioned ? I believe not. A thorough knowledge of orthography, penmanship, reading, English grammar, geography, arithmetic, and...
Página 159 - First-class, life certificates ; second-class, for ten years ; the latter to be issued to applicants of satisfactory attainments in the branches required for county certificates, and to be valid in any school where such branches, only, are taught.

Informação bibliográfica