3 edition of List of secondary schools having approved courses of study for the year ending July 1, 1910 found in the catalog.
Written in English
Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.
|LC Classifications||LB1613.M2 A3 1910|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||82058392|
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The Preparatory School offered a one-year course of study, and the cost of attending was a mere $5 in tuition and $ in incidental fees. In , the U of I Board of Trustees was advised that the Preparatory Department could be eliminated as soon as adequate provision for doing its work was made by some public or private institution. ҉ Each high school may offer selected courses for 18 weeks for.5 credit. These courses will meet for 45 minutes per day, with few exceptions. This will be done either duringthe school day or as a zero hour before and/or after school. Check with your counselor for a list of the courses being offered at your school.
Moore died on March 1, The Board elected Professor Thomas to serve as including the three-year course of The library had an “excellent collection” of digests and treatises. However, in , the law library contained the American Bar Association placed the law school on its approved list. Beginning with the school year, students must pass at least two of the three grades (a combination of quarter and/or exam grades) to pass a semester course and be awarded credit. For grade calculations prior to school year, students were also required to earn a minimum of three quality points.
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Washington, D.C. school, circa the More They Stay the Same. The number of hours a student must attend class to receive credit was established in The system is still in use today. Then it was called “seat time”.
A few years later, the first junior high school. The AFT reports that beginning teachers with a bachelor’s degree earned an average of $25, in the – school year; those with a master’s degree earned slightly more. The estimated average salary of all public elementary and secondary school teachers during the – school year was $40, (AFT, ).
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One Carnegie unit was equivalent to hours of contact time, and fourteen units was established as the minimum for an academic high school course of study. Jan 1, percent of seventeen-year-olds in high school.
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At the time of the merger of the Industrial Schools and the Reformatories into Approved Schools in there were 86 establishments, the majority being former Industrial Schools.
By there were Approved Schools containing 7, boys and 1, girls. The majority of the new schools, rising from 18 in to 31 bywere for girls. The Pedagogy of Preparatory School Literature – A study of the aims, methods, and educational values of the secondary school course in English Literature, with reading and analysis representative selections from the list of college entrance requirements.
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