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" The pupils in graded schools, as we have seen, are divided into classes, and to secure necessary economy these classes are made as large as practicable. The fewer the number of pupils embraced in the system, the fewer must be the number of classes, and... "
Annual Report - Página xxxviii
por United States. Office of Education - 1875
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Volume 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1894
...of each class, and heuco the greater tlio difficulty of the problem now under consideration. If tho teacher of a class adapt his instruction and requirements to the maximum capacity of his pupils, tho great majority aro bnrried over their studies aud receive .°. superficial and imperfect training....
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The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 23

1874
...classes, and to secure necessary economy these classes are made as large as practicable. The fewer the number of pupils embraced in the system, the fewer...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their studies and receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapt his class work to the minimum...
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Addresses and Proceedings - National Education Association of the United States

National Education Association of the United States - 1874
...classes, and to secure necessary economy these classes are made as large as practicable. The fewer the number of pupils embraced in the system, the fewer...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their stndies, and receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapt his class work to the...
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Proceedings

National Education Association of the United States - 1874
...classes, and to secure necessary economy these classes are made as large as practicable. The fewer the number of pupils embraced in the system, the fewer...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their stndies, and receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapt his class work to the...
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The National Teacher: A Monthly Educational Journal, Volume 4

1874
...Management. 407 and to secure necessary economy these classes are made as large as practicable. The fewer the number of pupils 'embraced in the system, the fewer...the attainments and capacity of the members of each claas, and hence the greater the difficulty of the problem now under consideration. If the teacher...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 7

United States. Congress. House - 1875
...of each class, and hence tho greater tho difficulty of tho problem now nuder consideration. If tho teacher of a class adapt his instruction and requirements...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their studies ami receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapt his class-work to the minimum...
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Annual Report, Volume 1

United States. Office of Education - 1894
...in the system, the fewer must bo the number of classes, and, as a consequence, the greater must lie the inequality in the attainments and capacity of...If the teacher of a class adapt his instruction and reqniicments to the maximum capacity of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their studies...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Volume 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1894
...fewer must bo the number of classes, and, as a consequence, tho greater must Ъс the inequality in tho attainments and capacity of the members of each class, and hence, the greater tho difficulty of tho problem now under consideration. If tho teacher of a class adapt his instruction...
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Industrial Education: Typical Experiments Described and Interpreted, Volume 11

National Society for the Study of Education, Frank Mitchell Leavitt - 1912 - 124 páginas
...criticized the graded system because of its serious defects: "If the teacher of a class adapt this instruction and requirements to the maximum capacity...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their studies, and receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapts his class work to the...
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The ... Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education

National Society for the Study of Education - 1914
...criticized the graded system because of its serious defects: "If the teacher of a class adapt this instruction and requirements to the maximum capacity...of his pupils, the great majority are hurried over their studies, and receive a superficial and imperfect training. If he adapts his class work to the...
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