The development of high-school curricula in the north central states from 1860 to 1918

by John Elbert Stout

Publisher: The University of Chicago in Chicago, Ill

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  • High-Schools -- United States. [from old catalog],
  • Education -- Curricula -- United States.
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    LC ClassificationsLB1628 .S72
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    Paginationxi, 322 p.
    Number of Pages322
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    Open LibraryOL24145474M
    LC Control Number22000334

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The Development of High School Curricula in the North Central States from to Tompkins E., Gaumnitz W. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office; The Carnegie Unit: Its Origins, Status and by: 7. Histories of the curriculum often focus on particular subjects but not the entire range of studies.

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