Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volum 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1896
 

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Education in France
29
Department of secondary instruction 3
43
Curriculum
49
Reform of the baccalaureate citations from articles by M Boutmy
56
The effect of the diploma upon the studies
63
Pago
71
Rural schools and those of other cities
79
Secondary schools
86
The university and special schools
96
Education in Norway
103
Outcome of law of 1889 from the statistical standpoint
112
Coeducation and the transition pMod
119
Education in Central Europe
125
Articles on the subject in previous Reports
135
Special schools or separate classes for children of limited mental capacity
141
Separate schools in the United States
147
School savings banks in Europe and in the United States
160
Proportion of Catholics Protestants and Hebrews in secondary schools of Germany
167
Educational statistics of the Kingdom of Bavaria for the year 189394
173
A German view of the report of the English Royal Commission on secondary education
185
Manual training in Germany 13
193
Comparative statistics of education in various countries
200
Commercial Education in Europe
207
The Teaching of Civics in Switzerland France and England
233
Organization of the State
239
Rights and duties of individuals
247
The teaching of civics in Franco
253
Taxes
258
Introduction 287
267
Theephebi
275
Condition of education from the close of the war of liberation down to the present time
292
The gymnasia
302
The polytechnic Institute
324
Societies established for educational purposes
332
Education free
338
Statistics of students and graduates of the university
344
General sketch of Sunday schools
351
Evangelical Lutheran Sunday schools
361
Evangelical Association Sunday schools
367
John Amos Comenius and the Moravian Brethren 389
373
Associations of colleges and preparatory schools
463
Requirements for admission to the freshman class of colleges universities and schools
480
The Legal Rights of Children
615
Social environments of children in the slums of cities
622
The obligation to attend school or compulsory attendance
631
The suzerainty of tho State in the management of common or public schools
637
Psychological TendenciesThe Study of Imitation
671
Extracts from a preliminary report on imitation by Prof J Royce
681
Discussion of Educational Topics by President Francis
695
Extension of technical education
703
Hohace Mann and the Great Revival of the American Common
715
Educational tour in Europe
745
His election to the United States Congress
754
Educational revival of the common school in the early colonial period ?t9
771
Henry Barnard in Rhode Island
784
Assumes again the superintendency of schools in Connecticut
792
Becomes chancellor of the University of Wisconsin and agent of tho lxard of normal
800
General introduction to the report
811
Report of subcotnrnittee on school maintenance
821
Report of subcommittee on supervision
845
Report of subcommittee on supply of teachers
861
Report of subcommittee on instruction and discipline
873
Chapter XVIIIEntrance Requirements for Engineering Colleges
891
Early History of the Kindergarten in St Louis
899
Claim of the kindergarten for a place in the publicschool system
906
The symbolic phase of education 013
913
The practical conditions necessary for the success of the kindergarten
921
Sociological conceptions
993
Metallurgical conceptions
1026
Growth ot the mining interest in the United States and its national importance
1032
Subterranean transportation of the ore
1050
Metallurgy 1031
1061
What is taught in mining schools
1065
The Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition Held
1081
The general educational exhibit
1091
The exposition structures
1104
Educational Directory
1111
Presidents of colleges for males and coeducational colleges of liberal arts 1110
1125
Principals of public normal schools
1133

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