TITLE

A "Period of Repose" for the Public Schools

PUB. DATE
February 1912
SOURCE
America;2/24/1912, Vol. 6 Issue 20, p472
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author comments on the 13th annual report of New York City Superintendent Maxwell. According to the author, this report has several inconsistencies including the fact that the report tells people that any revision of the curriculum is unnecessary and undesirable, and yet the same report tells people of the two complete revisions of the elementary course under the management of Maxwell. The author suggests that with this report, Maxwell agrees that an institution built up with much expense is a mistake and must be abolished.
ACCESSION #
35360600

 

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