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Bøker Bok 2123 av 23was instituted in 1821, with the design of furnishing the young men of this city,...
" was instituted in 1821, with the design of furnishing the young men of this city, who are not intended for a collegiate course of study, and who have enjoyed the usual advantages of the other public schools, with the means of completing a good English... "
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av Central society of education - 1839
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Training Industrial Workers

Roy Willmarth Kelly - 1920 - 437 sider
...School Committee: "To fit ... the young men of the city not intended for a collegiate course . . . for active life or qualify them for eminence in private or public station." Over sixty years of devotion to the ideal of college preparation were to elapse before any...
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The Origins of the American High School

William J. Reese - 1999 - 350 sider
...Classical School, Boston's educational patriarchs in 1823 emphasized the need “to fit” the boys “for active life, or qualify them for eminence in private or public stations?' The schools did just that, and most boys withdrew from the school as quiddy as they felt prepared and...
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The North American Review, Volum 44

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1837
...usual advantages of the other public schools, with the means of completing a good English education, to fit them for active life, or qualify them for eminence...their application to the sciences and the arts, in grammar, rhetoric, and belles lettres, in moral philosophy, in history natural and civil, and in the...
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